Figuring Out How IT, Analytics, and Operations Should Work Together

A new set of relationships is being formed within companies around how people working in data, analytics, IT, and operations teams work together. Is there a “right” way to structure these relationships? Data and analytics represent a blurring of the traditional lines of demarcation between the scope of IT and the responsibilities of operating divisions. Consider [...]

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3 Ways to Solve App Performance Problems with Transaction Tracking

Transaction Tracking can provide tremendous insight into the performance and behavior of applications. However, this can be challenging when transactions traverse platforms and technologies.  Often it can be similar to tracking someone in the old Westerns where you follow the trail to the river and then lose track of where they went next.  Tracking MQ [...]

4 Key Benefits from Using Self-Service for IBM MQ – Part 3 of 3

[This is Part 3 of a 3 part series. Catch-up with part 1, here.] Using a Self-Service Dashboard: Observing real-time metrics and comparing how they change over time is fundamental for early warning performance alerts. Users can browse historical metrics, view anomalies and then take action to ensure alerts are generated as soon as they [...]

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Lessons from Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013

We had a great time at Gartner Symposium in Orlando last week meeting existing customers and making friends with new ones.  It was especially interesting to hear a set of common themes from the executives we met with.  We heard over and over again the following: […]

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