Risk is changing. Headlines are littered with high profile risk-related issues that plague organizations. Boards, executives, regulators, auditors and shareholders demand more visibility into and assurance that the risk and compliance programs are operating effectively. This scrutiny is moving downstream to smaller enterprises, making risk management a pervasive issue for organizations of all sizes, in all industries. Risk is a multi-dimensional problem and it continues to become more and more complex.
The future of risk and compliance requires everyone to own risk. Everyone within your organization must act as “risk managers” within their own role.
Today, EMC is announcing two new management software releases, Service Assurance (SA) Suite 9.3 and ViPR SRM 3.5, designed to accelerate delivery of next-generation software-defined services across the 2nd and 3rd Platform of IT.
EMC Service Assurance Suite 9.3 offers VMware NSX administrators the ability to manage cross-domain infrastructures with visualizations of how the physical infrastructure maps into the virtual elements all the way through to the applications and processes layers. This visualization allows customers to rapidly identify the root cause of any risk conditions and take corrective action to improve performance and availability service levels.
As customers transition to the next-generation of application infrastructures, these capabilities may become core to any operational deployment strategy for software-defined data centers.
“The VMware NSX Network Virtualization Platform offers customers the unique ability to deploy next-generation services across existing physical hardware architectures” said Hatem Naguib, vice president, networking and security at VMware. “EMC has complemented NSX with the Service Assurance Suite, providing operational visibility into applications and services across virtual and physical domains. This combination can help assure the best possible user experience and enable customers to accelerate deployments of Software-Defined architectures.”
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