Key Business Outcomes of ZTO:
- Drastic reduction in MTTR/MTTI >50%
- 98% reduction in monthly ticket volume
- 50% improved SLA’s
- 40% overall cost reduction
- Greatly improve alert to ticket
compression ratios (100+:1)
- Reduce risk and accelerate key business
outcomes through programmatic automation
- Automated code to metal application
insight in real time
KEY PRINCIPLES OF ZTO:
1. Organizations Have Tool Fatigue
- Many customers own more than 60%-70% of the necessary tools, however they are often running in silos or worse, shelfware
- Customers are also challenged with vetting many vendors and navigating disparate agendas
- ZTO provides the blueprints, flexibility, thoughtful guidance and architectural choice – with a focus on outcomes and tremendous ROI opportunity
2. Flexible and Vendor Agnostic
CDI’s approach is flexible and vendor agnostic whether your preference:
- Cisco ACI or VMware NSX, or both
- Azure, Amazon or VMware cloud
- Splunk, ELK or AppDynamics
- Turbonomic or VRops
- Chef, Puppet, Ansible
- ServiceNow, just ITSM, or platform play
- And more!
Additionally, there are multiple ways for CDI to engage: T&M, staff augmentation, ‘aaS’ monthly recurring or project-based (fixed scope) consulting
3. Automation, Automation, Automation!
Automation provides a few key benefits to the enterprise:
Risk Reduction: To automate you must standardize, as standardization enables better security and reduces complexity. With governed, programmatic automation, we can ensure patching and firmware are compatible, and not deployed in an exposed or vulnerable state. Automating highly repetitive, mundane tasks potential human error.
Cost Reduction: Drive denser utilization of resources with performance assurance. Properly automated environments reduce overall cost per contact and drive significant improvements across Mean Time to Resolution (or MTTR), Mean Time to Identify (MTTI) and FTE cost.
Service Management and Agility: Automation is foundational to maintaining a proper CMDB and having a proper CMDB is foundational to the dynamic, software-defined, service driven, multi-cloud world. You must know which applications (services) are touching which assets, where, when, and in real time. With a properly integrated, automated, and agile software defined strategy – we are simply able to go much faster.