About Khaled Assali

Khaled is the VP of Product Management at Tuangru, a hybrid IT infrastructure management software provider.

5 Tips on How to Make Hybrid IT Work for You

By |September 18th, 2018|

The hybrid IT environment is here to stay. But many enterprises still haven’t been able to grasp the essential benefits of uniting a mix of workloads that live on premises, in the cloud, on the edge, and/or in colocation. Whether you’re eager to extend your data center into the cloud for increased capacity and [...]

How Hybrid IT is Transforming Enterprises

By |August 6th, 2018|

CIOs are coming to one inescapable conclusion: moving application workloads to the most suitable IT infrastructure can dramatically boost their enterprise’s cost-effectiveness and efficiency.Keeping compliant, sensitive data on premises while moving other workloads to the cloud is just one example. And to better serve IoT devices, it makes sense to have a closer presence [...]

How Hybrid IT Enhances Market Agility

By |March 22nd, 2018|

The pressure is on for CIOs to reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) for infrastructure. Growth in cloud-first initiatives and IoT has CIOs reconsidering their large expenditure on data centers, typically a quarter of their budget. (1) Yet, there still remains a requirement to maintain some on-premises workloads for mission-critical, compliance and cost reasons. [...]

DCIM Moves Beyond Data Center Walls and Into the Cloud

By |August 15th, 2017|

Khaled Assali As more enterprises adopt a hybrid environment where the IT infrastructure is made up of both physical data centers and the public cloud, management software needs to adapt. At the forefront are data center infrastructure management (DCIM) tools. Today's DCIM software needs to move beyond monitoring simply the on-premises infrastructure [...]

Auto-Discovery Tool Essential in Next-Generation DCIM Software

By |July 17th, 2017|

Khaled Assali Amongst DCIM tools, auto-discovery is one of the more powerful technologies that, if used correctly, is invaluable to the day-to-day operations of a data center. Nowadays, DCIM (Data Center Infrastructure Management) means different things to different people. No longer limited to managing just power, space and cooling of a data [...]