Most organizations, even to this day, procure necessary hardware in advance to host business applications on the procured hardware. More often, the procured hardware capacity usage, though peaks from time to time, the average of it over a period of time ranges below 30% or sometimes even lower- a sign that for 70% or more of the time the costs of the procured hardware are a waste.

LIMA changes this equation. LIMA keeps track of which services are active at any given instance and how much capacity each of these services is utilizing. The services can be in any of the layers – UI, In-Memory, Compute or Persistent. LIMA platform runs these services in microservices format and multiple of these can be running in the same physical node – providing flexibility to extend or contract services in a physical node depending on the size of the physical node and amount of load required at any given time. This, combined with elasticity, means that a physical node (depending on its size) can host a single or multiple services in response to the requested loads, freeing-up excess capacity back to the cloud.

Such an elastic nature of 'service' 'hardware capacity' management that responds to real-time loads ensures that the hardware capacity usage is highly optimized, guaranteeing maximum utilization on the hardware capacity that the organization is paying for. ensuring that the organization pays for what-it-uses based on its actual solution requirements.

As a result, the hardware costs are
  • Reflective of the usage of the solution at any given time. The usage it self is driven by the business need.
  • For the capacity that LIMA utilizes, it ensures maximum operating efficiency of the hardware capacity.

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Most organizations, even to this day, procure necessary hardware in advance to host business applications on the procured hardware. More often, the procured hardware capacity usage, though peaks from time to time, the average of it over a period of time ranges below 30% or sometimes even lower- a sign that for 70% or more of the time the costs of the procured hardware are a waste.

LIMA changes this equation. LIMA keeps track of which services are active at any given instance and how much capacity each of these services is utilizing. The services can be in any of the layers – UI, In-Memory, Compute or Persistent. LIMA platform runs these services in microservices format and multiple of these can be running in the same physical node – providing flexibility to extend or contract services in a physical node depending on the size of the physical node and amount of load required at any given time. This, combined with elasticity, means that a physical node (depending on its size) can host a single or multiple services in response to the requested loads, freeing-up excess capacity back to the cloud.

Such an elastic nature of 'service' 'hardware capacity' management that responds to real-time loads ensures that the hardware capacity usage is highly optimized, guaranteeing maximum utilization on the hardware capacity that the organization is paying for. ensuring that the organization pays for what-it-uses based on its actual solution requirements.

As a result, the hardware costs are
  • Reflective of the usage of the solution at any given time. The usage it self is driven by the business need.
  • For the capacity that LIMA utilizes, it ensures maximum operating efficiency of the hardware capacity.