IBM Service Delivery Manager is a single solution that provides all the necessary software components to implement cloud computing. Cloud computing is a services acquisition and delivery model for IT resources, which can help improve business performance and control the costs of delivering IT resources to an organization. As a cloud computing quick start, IBM Service Delivery Manager allows organizations to benefit from this delivery model in a defined portion of their data center or for a specific internal project. Potential benefits include:
Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager simplifies your cloud performance monitoring needs, allowing you to see VMware, Hyper-V, Azure and AWS inside of a single platform. It provides you with unified workflows, pre-configured rules with notifications and intelligent analytics that unscramble complex troubleshooting and deliver the information you need to drive down costs.
Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager helps simplify your day-to-day operations by enabling IaaS monitoring across Azure and AWS without the need for manual configuration or the hazards of missing elastic/scaleset workload changes — all while exposing the performance of your IaaS.
IBM Service Delivery Manager is ranked 39th in Cloud Management while Quest Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager is ranked 68th in Cloud Management. IBM Service Delivery Manager is rated 0.0, while Quest Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM Service Delivery Manager is most compared with Ansible, whereas Quest Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager is most compared with .
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