IT Management

The 4 Key Benefits of Application Performance Management

Here are four ways Application Performance Management can benefit your IT organization: 1. Gain Visibility Into Apps Across Your Entire Technology Stack When properly designed and implemented, APM will provide you with the right levels of SPM transparency. You’ll gain visibility into how your applications are performing across your entire technology stack — whether they’re [...]

By |APM, cloud, IT Management, monitoring|

An executive’s guide to software development

In his 2013 message to GE shareholders, CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt wrote, “We believe that every industrial company will become a software company.” Last year, he doubled down, moving GE’s corporate headquarters from Fairfield, Connecticut, to Boston, in large part to lure world-class software engineers in the area. GE is not alone in upping its [...]

Making a Happy Marriage of WebSphere & TIBCO Infrastructures (Part 3 of 6)

(Third of a six-part blog series that describes how a team of IT pros and managers at one of the world’s largest global banks accommodated a bank acquisition and mastered a complex messaging environment.) Bringing Light to the Dark Side… Nastel’s AutoPilot was already effectively monitoring MegaBank’s WebSphere MQ and homegrown MOM systems. However, while [...]

Baystate Health Leaders Leverage Virtualization, Convergence to Transform Their IT Infrastructure

To stay ahead of the rapidly changing healthcare business, health systems and hospitals are challenged with improving information technology (IT) services and security and keeping up with ever-increasing demand while also controlling rising costs. Healthcare leaders are tackling these challenges in a number of different ways, such as building new data centers and making improvements [...]

Improving Performance Management: 8 Factors to Consider

A well-developed Web-based performance management system will help improve consistency of application across the organization, and it will likely enhance perceptions of fairness and accuracy. Read the source article at Business 2 Community Original Author: onpoint_llc

Managing IT in a Hybrid Cloud World

Managing IT End-user monitoring ensures appropriate levels of service are being met; application  layer monitoring tests service levels for each separate application; and infrastructure monitoring helps organizations avoid large-scale outages due to infrastructure...   Read the source article at cloudtweaks.com

6 Key Requirements to Help You More Proactively Monitor Your IT Infrastructure

It's not an overstatement to say that application performance can have a very real and significant impact on business performance. Employees expect and count on immediate access to applications to get work done — no matter what time it is, where they're located or what device they're using. And it's no secret that customers are [...]

By |APM, BTM, IT Management, Middleware|

Make Closing the Application Performance Gap a Priority in 2016

Nastel agrees and provides these priorities in Application Performance: "... always reduce the amount of time to address the situation. Easy-to-use dashboards that clearly identify the source of the problem are a must-have to ensure your fluency in the complicated language of application-aware network-performance management." . Read the source article at datacenterjournal.com Original Author: Steve Brar

5 Predictions for Application Performance Management in 2016

One can safely say that Application Performance Management (APM) will grow even further in importance in 2016 as businesses turn to application software to operate their key internal and external processes. But we can also expect some changes in the focus of APM purchasers and software vendors in 2016: Read the source article at dabcc.com

The Fail Whale Returns: Twitter Went Down Across Many Regions Today

Twitter is having a tricky Tuesday. Today, the social media site experienced an outage for at least an hour, covering a number of — but not all — regions. From what we’ve been able to see, the service was not working, either partially or not at all, in London and other parts of the UK, Switzerland, and Bangkok (according to [...]