The Workload Allocation Cube (kWAC) is the vendor agnostic, market standard unit of measurement for IT. It works by comparing real-time utilization (workload) against a fixed baseline (allocation) spanning six vectors (cube) - CPU, Memory, Storage, Disk I/O, LAN I/O, and WAN I/O.
Drive higher value, efficiency, and transparency using utility analytics—aligning IT operations, procurement, financial management, and C-level leadership
You wouldn’t pay an electricity bill without a meter on your house, or pay for gas without watching the pump as you fill your tank - yet there has never been an effective way to measure and pay for “how much” IT your apps actually use - Until Now.
The 6fusion Meter is the first of it’s kind universal meter for IT Consumption.
“Enterprises need help in understanding their IT estates, and the WAC provides a neat and tidy way of measuring consumption pre- and post-implementation”
“6fusion’s WAC is the closest thing the industry has to a common unit of measurement.”
“6fusion has unique IP in the form of the WAC [Workload Allocation Cube]”
“Businesses have a financial responsibility not to pay more than they need to for the products and services they use...6fusion’s platform, combined with a good cost manager can help with that.”
“Comparing best execution venues is a challenge....Enterprises want to understand and optimize their consumption – the WAC provides a suitable way of doing this.”
“The combination of CME Group’s wide ranging experience in commodity exchanges together with 6fusion’s unique metering capability puts the collaboration in a strong position to deliver the economic benefits of real utility computing.”