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Bernd Harzog
Bernd HarzogBernd Harzog is the Analyst at The Virtualization Practice for Performance and Capacity Management and IT as a Service (Private Cloud). Bernd is also the CEO and founder of APM Experts a company that provides strategic marketing services to vendors in the virtualization performance management, and application performance management markets. Prior to these two companies, Bernd was the CEO of RTO Software, the VP Products at Netuitive, a General Manager at Xcellenet, and Research Director for Systems Software at Gartner Group. Bernd has an MBA in Marketing from the University of Chicago.

Application Aware–Infrastructure Performance Management

April 2, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

IT operations teams need Application Aware–Infrastructure Performance Management tools to successfully support applications in dynamic environments.

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Monitoring for Agile Operations

March 24, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

Agile Operations requires that the entire stack of monitoring and management tools be rebuilt from scratch. Legacy frameworks and Franken-Monitors should be uninstalled and replaced with modern tools that can keep up with the rate of change in the environment.

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Active Directory: Microsoft Azure’s Secret Weapon

March 18, 2014
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CloudComputing

Microsoft is going to make it easy to migrate on-premises workloads to Azure through Active Directory. This will force VMware to build a true public cloud and Amazon to offer an on-premises version of its software.

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Will Scale-Out Architectures Kill Enterprise Storage?

March 12, 2014
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StorageNetworking

Google, VMware, Hadoop, and Nutanix have all voted at least in part for a scale-out architecture that does not rely on enterprise storage. VMware and Nutanix are important because they apply these concepts to traditional enterprise workloads. Hadoop represents the future of how data-intensive computing will be done.

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Addressing Users’ VDI Performance Concerns

February 28, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

In Do Users Have a Negative Perception of Desktop Virtualization?, James Rankin brought up a set of issues that arise whenever a new platform is deployed in an organization. Those issues revolve around the fact that users tend to then blame all problems with user experience upon the new platform, even if those problems had existed…

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News: Intigua Virtualizes the Management Layer

February 19, 2014
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ITasaService

Intigua's strategy is to add virtualization, configuration, and control of the management stack in virtualized data centers and clouds to the existing virtualization of compute, networking and storage. This means that the configuration, deployment, and control of the operation of the management stack can be moved from the disparate members of the management stack into…

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To Do List for Satya Nadella, New Microsoft CEO

February 6, 2014
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DataCenterVirtualization

So, Microsoft has settled on the successor to Steve Ballmer, and it is Satya Nadella, who was most recently the president of Microsoft’s Server and Tools Division. Microsoft was once the greatest and most influential software company on the planet, and Nadella has both the opportunity and the mandate to restore Microsoft to some semblance…

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News: VMTurbo Extends Software Driven Control into the Storage and UCS Fabric Layers

January 29, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

VMTurbo has extended its ability to ensure that important workloads get the right resources to include automatic software based control of NetApp storage resources and Cisco UCS resources. This is a breakthrough in automated control systems for highly dynamic environments, and may well become an essential capability for the management of the forthcoming Software Defined…

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SDDC and Cloud Management Data Collection

January 20, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

In Understanding the Value of Unique Management Data, we explored the difference between unique data and commodity data as it pertains to the value of a monitoring solution. In Real-Time Monitoring: Almost Always a Lie, we explored the difference between real-time data collection and near real-time processing of non real-time data. In this post, we…

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