IBM uses analytics to optimize cloud data center

Staff writer
23 Oct 2013
00:00

IBM inventors have patented a technique for dynamically allocating cloud computing data center resources based on an automated analysis of the most effective use of assets, leading to improved performance and cost-savings over inefficient, one-size-fits-all approaches to cloud data center management.

Today, most cloud services are delivered via prepackaged models that typically don’t take into account individual client needs and budget requirements.

IBM’s patented invention automatically allocates cloud resources and provisions services to meet the requirements of each client instead of offering the same, inflexible solution to every client, which unnecessarily increases costs for clients and those service providers.

IBM received U.S. Patent #8,370,490: Cloud Service Cost-Optimal Data Center Assignment for the invention.

IBM’s cloud data center management invention will address the complexity of deploying optimal cloud environments, while making it easier and more affordable to offer new solutions and services to clients.

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