Infrastructure Capacity Rightsizing and Optimisation
Do you have an optimisation strategy?
On an annual or bi-annual basis IT managers are plan and budget for their IT environments, preparing strategic action plans, drafting Continual Service Improvement (CSI) plans and refining current processes
Can you answer these questions?
In conjunction with the above IT managers should be asking themselves the following questions:
- Is my Infrastructure used in the most cost effective way?
- Do I have any Infrastructure Right Sizing strategies in place?
- What optimization strategies am I embarking on?
- How can I reduce my licensing cost?
MentPro is here to help
Fortunately by making use of our Capacity Optimisation and Infrastructure Right Sizing service, budget can now be allocated to areas where it is needed most by, reallocating, reassigning and repurposing Infrastructure resources thereby creating and freeing up additional Capacity.
We will methodically analyze workloads, scrutinize processing windows and intervals.
- Armed with this freshly gathered information, MentPro will produce a Capacity Optimisation plan which will include relevant findings of IT resources where infrastructure optimisation and right sizing can be applied.
- Detailed recommendations are then proposed with the emphasis on how your current IT landscape can be optimised as well as where immediate cost avoidance and saving benefits can be realized.
- By applying disciplined intelligent infrastructure scaling approaches based on accurate and trusted data, cost efficiencies can be maximised and wasteful expenditure and under-utilised resources can be proactively identified
- Right sizing is an integral part of the MentPro Capacity Optimisation process and some of the key outputs from this exercise are real usage and processing information to determine actual IT efficiencies as well as identification of any shortfalls or over allocations.
- By applying predictive analytics on this information, future processing requirements and possible throughput issues will be identified.