Hybrid IT is the new normal for enterprises using cloud.
But to get the most out of Hybrid IT, you need orchestration—and the right strategy to manage it.
How have enterprises been approaching this challenge over the last 12 months?
We decided to find out in our second annual orchestration report.
Download the research report
We recently carried out research to see to what extent the picture had changed. Now, with the help of our online tool, you can use our results to compare your business and see whether you still need to take further steps.

See how your business compares

Below are just a few of the questions we asked in the survey. You can instantly compare your progress to the survey results. Then, why not download the full report and find out more about how your peers view Hybrid IT orchestration?

The pain points

We wanted to know how enterprises have been getting on with the biggest orchestration challenges over the last year.

Click the radio buttons to compare your progress against the findings.

Compared to 12 months ago, have the following become more or less challenging when giving customers a seamless digital experience?

More challenging No change Less challenging
Managing internal
Managing suppliers
IT vendors?
Managing the multi-cloud architecture?
Managing the skills
of staff?
Keeping up with customer demands / expectations?
Innovating / creating new digital services?
Orchestration aggregates disparate services, and provides a single, seamless solution for managing multiple platforms, technologies, services and suppliers.

The benefits

There are many ways to make more of cloud with orchestration.

Select three benefits and see if they match what other enterprises chose.

What do you see as the three main benefits of orchestration?

Without orchestration, you would gain less agility and you would not be in a position to take advantage of market-leading innovation.
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Where is it catching on?

Enterprises are orchestrating some technologies and services more than others.

Click the radio buttons to discover how your plans compare.

For each of the following technologies and services, do you orchestrate, or have any plans to?

Currently In two years No plans
Infastructure as a Service?
Platform as a Service?
Software as a Service?
Traditional IT?
Cloud Managed Services?
Change and Release?
Cost Control?
The business value in orchestration is not only in the individual technologies and services. It’s in how it all comes together to deliver a secure, seamless customer experience.

The DevOps opportunities

DevOps is key to delivering better service. But different enterprises are using it for different reasons.

What do you want to achieve with DevOps? Select all the goals that apply and see how they compare to our findings.

If you’re pursuing a DevOps model, why?