BMC has introduced what it says is the industry’s first and only intelligence-enriched, integrated IT Service Management (ITSM) and IT Operations Management (ITOM) platform with BMC Helix. Building on leading cognitive service management (CSM) capabilities, BMC Helix now includes both ITSM and ITOM capabilities enabling organizations to proactively and predictively discover, monitor, optimize, remediate, and deliver an omni-channel service experience for IT and line-of-business.
“Enterprises are experiencing a tech tsunami with trends like multi-cloud, multi-device (IoT), multi-channel, DevOps, AI/ML, and bots creating enormous complexities in their IT landscapes,” said Nayaki Nayyar, President, Digital Service and Operations Management, BMC. “To help manage this complexity, we are converging ITSM and ITOM capabilities into a unified BMC Helix platform to deliver the next-gen service experience for the Autonomous Enterprise.”
New Solutions Added: BMC Helix Remediate, BMC Helix Optimize, and BMC Helix Monitor
BMC Helix empowers IT and business users to eliminate silos, make better informed decisions, and future-proof the service and operations experience. With the addition of the ITOM portfolio, BMC has now added the BMC Helix Remediate, BMC Helix Optimize, and BMC Helix Monitor solutions to the BMC Helix suite, allowing customers to intelligently and automatically:
Business Benefits Gained with BMC Helix:
With the most comprehensive set of choices available across multi-clouds, deployment options, AI/ML platforms, channels, and pricing, the BMC Helix offering provides:
“As enterprises continue to expand multi-cloud strategies that blend dedicated on-premises and/or hosted private cloud infrastructure with one or more public cloud services and providers, the need for a common control plane across these assets becomes important,” said Mary Johnston Turner, Research VP, Cloud Management, IDC. “Enterprise technology buyers should begin planning now to develop the skills and invest in appropriate performance, analytics, and automation tools to optimize cloud system and service management of multiple clouds, container platforms, edge computing, and emerging functions and serverless architectures.”