Gartner Report

According to Gartner: “Through 2020, 80% of organizations will overshoot their cloud IaaS budgets due to a lack of cost optimization approaches.” In this research report, learn how to manage costs by harnessing cloud service expense management (CSEM) features -- which are available in solutions like CloudHealth -- to eliminate waste and drive maximum business value and transparency from public cloud.

Read this commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of CloudHealth Technologies to discover common cloud migration challenges and identify what you can do during discovery and planning to ensure a successful migration.

CloudHealth Technologies surveyed 388 senior decision makers about their cloud operations. We grouped the results into two camps: those who showed the very best results and those who showed the worst. We then teased out which practices lead to the best outcomes.

Download the report to read the survey findings and learn how cloud leaders achieve success.

Buyers Guide to Cloud Service Management

With the market for Cloud Service Management solutions heating up, here is a guide to help prospective buyers evaluate vendors and make informed purchasing decisions.

Cloud Service Management for Smart People

Read our white paper, Cloud Service Management for Smart People, to learn how Cloud Service Management can help you overcome common challenges faced by ITSM suites: complexity of data integration, the transient nature of cloud infrastructure, and intricacies of pricing.

Growing Complexities in Cloud Computing

Companies are adopting multiple open source and point solutions designed to manage specific aspects of their cloud infrastructure.The narrow focus these new products and services deliver enables companies to assemble best of breed “ITSM-like” solutions, but their lack of integration has resulted in fragmentation of critical operational and business data across their environment.

Download this white paper to learn how to embrace advantages of the cloud without giving up the ability to make informed business decisions.