Webinar: End-to-End, Real-Time Digital Transactions? Ignore the Middle at your Peril

Jason Bloomberg
Jason Bloomberg
Forbes contributor

Thusday, April 13, 2017
8:30 PDT / 11:30 EDT

From mobile banking to payment processing to managed file transfer—to name just a few common services—the digital transactions enabling them must flow smoothly end-to-end from user touchpoint to system-of-record while operating in real-time. To achieve both lofty goals, each element of such complex interactions must operate at peak performance—all the time.

Detecting, fixing, and preventing problems typically consists of one tool monitoring the user experience, another the applications, and a third taking care of the network.

But without proper attention to the essential communications component that glues everything together, the enterprise risks slow or failed transactions, and with them, lost customers and revenue. That’s why it’s essential to monitor business transactions end-to-end, with special attention to the middleware.

In this webinar, Intellyx president Jason Bloomberg will discuss end-to-end, real-time digital business transactions, and explain how both traditional middleware implementations like IBM MQ and recent innovations like Apache Kafka are critical enablers of successful enterprise digital projects.

Next, Charley Rich from Nastel will use real-world examples to illustrate why reliable, high-performance business transaction flows are a prerequisite for staying competitive, and how the right predictive and problem resolution software tools enable businesses to ensure superior application performance and user experiences.

About Jason Bloomberg:
Jason Bloomberg is the leading industry analyst and globally recognized expert on agile digital transformation. He writes and speaks on how today’s disruptive enterprise technology trends support the digital professional’s business transformation goals.

He writes for Forbes, his biweekly newsletter the Cortex, and several contributed blogs. He also helps technology vendors and service providers communicate their digital transformation stories. His latest book is The Agile Architecture Revolution (Wiley, 2013).

Mr. Bloomberg has published over 750 articles, spoken at over 350 conferences, webinars, and other events, and has been quoted in the press over 1,500 times.

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