As banks consider how to shift infrastructure and storage solutions, they can’t afford to lose visibility into performance.
There are certain components of our lives that we expect to be available 24/7; access to our finances is one of them. For banking and financial datacenters, outages and poor performance aren’t an option, particularly when there are so many mission-critical applications and workloads in play. If these datacenters fail outright, or even encounter bottlenecks or underutilized resources within the infrastructure, the cost of recovery and adjustment can be extremely high, particularly for institutions operating on outdated platforms. However, datacenter modernization can open the door for a whole new set of issues, and inevitably, customers feel the impact of such problems.