Addresses the Toughest Issues Facing MQ Users

Nastel Technologies, a global provider of real-time IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) for middleware, applications, and infrastructure will present its latest strategies at the upcoming MQ Technical Conference September 26 – 28 in Sandusky, Ohio.

Richard Nikula, noted industry expert and Nastel VP, will deliver “Solving the Top 10 Problems in MQ/IIB.” According to Nikula, “Middleware is often the forgotten child. People assume it works and will always work. However, rapid changes in demand requiring increased scale, security concerns, and end users requiring access and changes can all create issues. Small problems with middleware can rapidly escalate into big ones, with major impact on the enterprise like loss of revenue, reduced customer trust, and serious financial penalties.”

Nikula will examine the best and fastest ways to solve common problems that occur in middleware-centric enterprises. He will demonstrate how to detect and proactively resolve these issues in complex environments across multiple flavors of middleware, including MQ, TIBCO, Brokers, File Transfer, Java application servers, and more.

During the conference Nikula will make himself available to attendees to discuss the daily challenges they face in their environments—a rare opportunity to obtain free advice from a world-class expert on the best ways to address their pressing middleware concerns.

About Nastel Technologies
Nastel Technologies’ IT Operations Analytics software helps the world’s largest enterprises solve application health and performance issues fast while protecting customer relationships and lowering support costs. Encompassing real-time monitoring and analytics for middleware, applications, transactions, end-users, and logs, Nastel provides deep, real-time native monitoring, self-service, message tracking, configuration management and capacity planning for MQ environments in a single, powerful, easy-to-use solution.

Nastel is privately held and headquartered in New York, with offices in the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany and Mexico, with an additional network of partners throughout Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia. For more information, visit