Ensuring Business-Critical Apps are Performing in the Cloud
Project and Program: MVS
, MVS Performance
, SHARE in Anaheim 2012
While the cloud provides greater agility, it is done via an increase in complexity. And as businesses move to the cloud is they will need to determine how to best manage the performance of their business-critical applications. But, not all applications will move completely to the cloud - in some cases this will be by design and the type of application, while others won't be able to avoid migration pitfalls.
The most critical of these applications will utilize a hybrid-model that bridges the datacenter and cloud. Organizations rely heavily on applications to drive the success of their business so it is increasingly important to make sure you are monitoring the most critical components of these applications to help prevent problems before they impact users. You need automation. Automated problem analysis in the cloud is necessary to rapidly realize the benefits of application monitoring and ensure availability.
In this session, Albert Mavashev, Chief Technology Officer of Nastel, will discuss how enterprises can benefit from using a real-time, monitoring system that proactively identifies, alerts on and resolves application performance situations. Attendees to this session will gain better insight into the importance of implementing application performance management tools to effectively and efficiently manage their private and hybrid cloud applications.
Albert Mavashev ; Nastel Technologies
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