Hybrid Cloud Governance

Securely govern two environments with precise visibility

Agile risk management in the cloud and on premises

Your hybrid environment is developing dynamically, prompting new needs, risks, and regulations. Add value to your business by ensuring your systems, software, and processes are implemented and used in line with agreed policies and procedures, no matter how your hybrid environment evolves.

Compliance Assurance

Ensure your hybrid cloud environment complies with IT governance control mechanisms and procedures.

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This function helps you structure and define binding rules that govern these topics:

IT security measures and procedures
Emergency recovery processes
Data backups and recovery
Management policies
IT architecture policies
Agreements with customers specifying quality and services (SLAs)

Map compliance-relevant information to your cloud resources through:

A cloud resource catalog
A system for tagging cloud resources
Role-based access control (RBAC)
Selection of an appropriate provisioning model (availability, capacity, performance, region, and horizontal autoscaling policy)
Integration into the provisioning processes
Integration into the security policy for cloud resources

Track all of your hybrid cloud resources by tapping into these features that monitor:

Access and authorizations (IAM, RBAC)
Plan and policy deviations
Which service uses which cloud resource
Cloud resource performance parameters
Events and alarms along with multichannel notifications for:
  • Plan and policy deviations
  • Exceeding performance parameters
  • License overruns
  • Current changes in operating status

Reporting & Auditing

Align the components with the service level agreements (SLAs) applicable IT-governance control mechanisms and procedures to always have a consolidated view across all infrastructure areas: from multiple cloud providers to your own data center.

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End-to-end-reporting of your services

Deviation reports
  • Authorized vs. unauthorized cloud resources
  • Authorized vs. unauthorized completed requests
  • Authorized vs. current cloud resources
  • SLA deviations
  • Security violations and breaches
  • Untagged cloud resources
Usage and configuration reports
  • Cloud resource usage per IT service
  • Cloud resources and configurations by type (such as using a cloud database infrastructure consisting of cloud resource database, server, storage, and network)
  • Planned vs. actual capacity usage
  • Planned vs. current cloud resources
  • Used vs. unused cloud resources

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