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Big Data in Application and Cloud Performance

Big Data in Application and Cloud Performance- Why & How Vikas Aggarwal CEO, Zyrion Inc. Always regarded as a non-critical part of day-to-day operations in the past, Big Data and its delayed analysis was relegated to batch processing tools and … Continue reading

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MSPs and Big Data: Why and How

MSPs & Big Data – Why & How Vikas Aggarwal CEO, Zyrion Inc. Always regarded as a non-critical part of day-to-day operations in the past, Big Data and its delayed analysis was relegated to batch processing tools and monthly meetings. … Continue reading

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IT Operations Need Integrated APM Dashboards & Packet Data

There are many proposed approaches to Application Performance Management – one approach is collecting performance data from the application itself while the other is collecting application data from packet data by sniffing on the network. Fetching metrics from the application … Continue reading

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How Much Product Functionality Are You Really Using?

Most software products in the ITIL stack – monitoring, ticketing, etc., all perform their basic functionality equally well when compared to other products in their class. However, best of class products have a lot more functionality and features that is … Continue reading

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Climbing Up the Stack-MSP Customers Demand Higher Value in Monitoring Services

Managed Services is now a mature industry, and as it moves further down this maturity path, trying to differentiate or win customers based on lower prices per device monitored can only continue for a little while. As Managed Service Providers … Continue reading

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Top MSP Priority – Refocus on OpEx

Last month was spent meeting with a lot of our MSP customers and discussing how our new analytics & automation module fits into their operations. Each meeting had a common recurring theme – while the first phase of their business … Continue reading

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APM SLAs in the Cloud : Is there a Rainbow on the Horizon?

At a recent IT trade show where I was on the panel discussing Cloud Providers, there was an interesting question from the audience about how to hold their Cloud provider responsible for slow performance of their applications. How to avoid … Continue reading

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Recession driven Innovations: Agility, Automation & Predictive Analytics

Agility and velocity became the new success necessities of organizations in past few years, driven largely by recession realities and unpredictable business environments. Recession, viewed positively, boosted innovation and increased the pace of new process development and its adoption. The … Continue reading

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APM –  The ‘A’ Dimension

As more applications migrate to the evolving private and public cloud infrastructure, and permeate through the sprawling distributed “new” IT environment, the Gartner published “five dimensions” of Application Performance Monitoring become essential requirements for any APM monitoring platform. Being able … Continue reading

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Cloud Monitoring Software: Automation and Intelligence Not Optional

The quest to improve the productivity and efficiency of IT organizations is an ongoing one. A number of technologies and processes have been adopted over the decades to make IT operations leaner and more effective. With the arrival and rapid … Continue reading

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