Nearly two decades have passed since VMware Virtual Platform first enabled companies to run multiple operating systems on a single host computer. Despite the maturity of virtualization technologies, virtual environments continue to increase in popularity and complexity, creating new opportunities and challenges for businesses today.
Virtualization practices have come a long way since IBM released the first commercially available virtual product in 1972. And new trends are constantly emerging to help organizations get more from their virtual environments. So what does the future of virtualization look like?
In this post, we’ll explore four key virtualization trends that IT professionals should prepare for and training courses to keep you ahead of the virtualization curve.
Digital transformation has altered the IT landscape significantly. ITIL 4 addresses this new world in ways no other best practice framework can, providing an end-to-end operating model for the delivery and operation of technology-based products and services. ITIL 4 embraces a holistic philosophy to service management, integrating collaborative frameworks such as Lean IT, Agile and DevOps into a single, seamless approach. Download our infographic for a closer look at the ITIL learning journey.
ITIL 4 is a major overhaul to the entire framework and the biggest change since ITIL v3 was published in 2007. ITIL 4 offers a more agile, flexible and customizable version of ITIL that is updated for the modern workplace. ITIL 4 encourages less siloes, more collaboration, communication across the entire business and integrating Agile, DevOps, Lean, IT governance and leadership into ITSM strategies.
3 Key Elements to making sound business decisions
Whether you are a business owner, manager, or aspiring leader, you must possess strong business acumen. It’s the ability to be keen and quick in understanding and dealing with business situations that will lead to a good outcome. Some may call it business savviness or business sense. How can leaders with high business acumen make the right decisions under such uncertainty and risks?