Accelerate your journey to carbon neutrality with automation you can trust
What if your applications could help your IT go green?
Even before the war in Ukraine prices of energy commodities — including oil, natural gas and coal — have soared as supply remains tight and demand rebounds from a Covid-induced slowdown. That has contributed to power and fuel shortages from Europe to Asia.
It is likely that you were already committed to reducing your environmental impact regardless of recent world events, but now this desire to do the right thing has also become a business imperative. However many sustainable IT strategies and investments take time to deliver results and you may be concerned they can affect your organisation’s ability to meet business objectives.
You don’t have to compromise between carbon neutrality and application performance. When applications consume only what they need to perform, you can trim costs and materially reduce your carbon footprint immediately and continuously. With full-stack visualisation, IBM® Turbonomic® Application Resource Management (ARM) uses intelligent automation to help you extend efficiencies, scale workloads, and reduce resource waste.
These are some of the figures you can hope to achieve with IBM® Turbonomic®.
|Reduction in public cloud spending with dynamic scaling and workload rightsizing||Annual refresh cost avoidance through improved infrastructure utilization||Growth spend avoidance by understanding app demand|
* Figures from a Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study
Orb Data along with IBM can offer Turbonomic as either a fully managed service to ensure you achieve all of these benefits or you can simply buy the product and run the service yourself.
IT best practices for accelerating the journey to carbon neutrality
Considerations and pragmatic solutions for IT executives driving sustainable IT.
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How to operate sustainably
With IBM® Turbonomic®, organisations do not need to compromise between carbon neutrality and application performance. IBM Turbonomic software continuously ensures customers’ applications consume just what they need to perform, materially reducing IT’s carbon footprint.IBM Turbonomic understands the resource relationships at every layer of the application stack and dynamically resources applications according to demand in real-time. IBM Turbonomic actions are trustworthy, and our automation can be operationalised, delivering measurable results as customers reduce cost and carbon footprint immediately and continuously. IBM Turbonomic can run in any environment. Through a commissioned Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study, Forrester Consulting projected that IBM Turbonomic Application Resource Management customers reduced their cloud and data centre consumption by 30% within 6 months, significantly improving long-term energy consumption profiles. In addition to material savings, IBM Turbonomic automation saved customers more than 50 hours of IT personnel time each month.
Optimise your Data Centre
Gain more effective use of existing assets and more effective purchasing for infrastructure growth.
Plan Cloud Migration
Ensure responsible cloud consumption from the start with app-driven, optimised planning. Read our blog here
Continuously Optimise Cloud
Safely reduce cloud consumption continuously, and more sustainably as the business grows.
Scale modern apps based on response time to drive better digital experiences and increased cloud elasticity.
Report on Cloud Usage
Data centres globally use an estimated 200 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity each year which is the equivalent of about 3% of global greenhouse emissions and so a large part in becoming a green company is tracking your emissions and being able to report on your company’s energy costs and carbon footprint.
38 out of 50
|Investment in sustainability by 2025||Indicate sustainability is important to them||of millennials consider a company’s social and environmental commitments when deciding where to work||of the world’s top economies have or are developing corporate disclosure requirements around environmental impact|