Complex Event Processing

Visibility is Mandatory, Blind Spots are Unacceptable…it’s the law

Make way, make way…Dodd-Frank is coming through. Signed into law 2010 it is now becoming a reality for Wall Street.  Not an IT issue, you say?  Guess again.  This highly impactful law will require ever more vigilance from IT to ensure that their businesses are able to meet its stringent requirements for reporting and transparency. [...]

By | June 28th, 2012|APM, Blogs, Financial Services|0 Comments

Unraveling the Mystery: How to Anticipate Application Performance Problems

Monitoring application performance is simple…as long as the application and the deployment architecture are also simple.  The mystery appears as the complexity of the application architecture grows and begins to span from an isolated Java or .NET silo into a full-blooded composite application spanning web, middleware and mainframe tiers. […]

By | May 18th, 2012|APM, Blogs, BTM, CEP|0 Comments

Business Results for the C-Suite: Making an Impact with Application Performance Monitoring

We’ve said it before and we’re going to say it again: Application Performance Monitoring (APM) is red hot right now. Although it’s a mature market, the capabilities APM brings to the table are only increasing in value throughout the enterprise. Application performance monitoring endures as a hotbed of innovation and cost savings.  […]

By | May 8th, 2012|APM, Blogs|0 Comments

Making big data into small data

It isn’t every day you get to write about Immanuel Kant and Big Data in the same blog post but last week Gartner Analyst Will Cappelli did just that. As you’ll see in his post, “AI and IAM: Will Two-Tier Analytics Become the Norm for IAM?” context is the key. Cappelli addresses Kant’s conclusion that [...]

By | April 6th, 2012|APM, Blogs|0 Comments

Don’t forget the CIO…he is also a customer

In 1909, Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of Selfridge’s department store, coined the phrase “The customer is always right,” and it has become the mantra of countless businesses since. At the time, Gordon could have been considered a customer service revolutionary in the world of modern business. Fast forward a century and there is little [...]

By | March 20th, 2012|Blogs|1 Comment