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    A Network Computing Recorded Webcast:
    Best Practices for 360° Application Performance Monitoring (APM): Filling Gaps in Visibility Across Complex, Multi-Tier Application Infrastructures


     

    Duration: One Hour

    Enterprise companies are increasingly seeking holistic, or 360°, Application Performance Monitoring (APM) solutions that are capable of monitoring and managing the performance and service availability across a broad range of business applications. Unfortunately, the majority of critical external applications that an enterprise depends upon are custom-developed and are not covered by standard monitoring solutions.

    This webcast discusses the challenges many organizations face in providing solutions for 360° application visibility, core requirements for a solution, and a recommended architecture.  We will discuss APM best practices on how to:

    • Provide a single view into complex, multi-tier applications
    • Involve real-time data from virtually any data source, and present it alongside historical data for context
    • Deliver an integrated system, enabling seamless analysis across applications and layers, and drill-down to pinpoint root cause and initiate repair
    • Provide a flexible environment for the creation of holistic application service views that is easy and non-invasive to integrate, and cost-effective to deploy and maintain

    Matt Rosen, the Director of Application Development for Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) will further discuss how they successfully put these best practices into action to monitor their end-to-end shipment lifecycle management system across all servers, databases and subsystems, helping them ensure SLA compliance of 2.5 million annual shipments.

    Who should attend this webcast?

    • Senior and executive IT management who are concerned about enterprise- and project-level application management
    • Application Support Managers and Engineers with the responsibility of reducing trouble tickets and the MTTR of application issues
    • Organizations leveraging agent-based or packet-capture technologies to monitor specific aspects of their applications, but with limited visibility into the overall picture
    • Anyone looking for end-to-end application monitoring and control

     
     
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