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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.

New Application Performance Management for Virtualization and Clouds White Paper Released

April 22, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

The Virtualization Practice has released a major update to its Application Performance Management for Virtualization and Cloud White paper. This paper covers both Application Performance Management for custom developed applications (DevOps), and Application Performance Management for every application (purchased and custom developed) in production (AppOpps).

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New Operations Management for Virtualization and Clouds White Paper Released

April 21, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

The Virtualization Practice has released a major update to its Operations Management White paper. This paper covers both Operations Management of Virtualized and Cloud environments, and Infrastructure Performance Management of Virtualized and Cloud environments.

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SDDC Infrastructure Performance Management

April 15, 2013
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SDDC.Management.Stack.Reference.Architecture

As the first SDDC is delivered later this year, infrastructure performance management solutions will be an essential part of SDDC Infrastructure Performance Management. The good news is that a robust set of vendors already exist who can readily enhance their offerings to address the incremental requirements of the SDDC.

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Who is Responsible for PaaS Cloud Application Performance?

April 12, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

Customers's using PaaS Cloud offerings like Heroku are clearly reliant upon both Heroku and partnering monitoring vendors like New Relic to provide complete information about PaaS Cloud Application Performance. Being fully transparent in this regard is likely to prove to be both a technical and a business challenges for the PaaS cloud vendors.

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News: GoGrid and Racemi Start the Cloud Onboarding Arms Race

April 9, 2013
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CloudComputing

The arms race to make it easy for one cloud vendor to onboard workloads from another vendor has been started by GoGrid and Racemi. This will likely lead to a world where it is easy to move workloads around between private clouds and public clouds of various types. If this happens then we are headed…

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Virtualization News for 4/1/2013

March 29, 2013
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April Fools

April Fools 2013. Nothing in this post is true. If anything in this post becomes true then we are all fools for not foreseeing it.

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SDDC Operations Management

March 25, 2013
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SDDC.Management.Stack.Reference.Architecture

SDDC Operations Management is going to require a new approach. Vendors with effective Operations Management solutions for today's virtualized data centers are in the best position to be able to expand their offerings for the SDDC. Legacy vendors face a complete rewrite of their products and the adoption of a new business model (easy to…

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The Big Data Back End for the SDDC Management Stack

March 20, 2013
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SDDC.Management.Stack.Reference.Architecture

The SDDC and the Cloud are going to require a new SDDC Management Stack that will need to be based upon a multi-vendor big data datastore. There will likely be on-premise and cloud hosted version of these datastores. Splunk, VMware, New Relic, The Pivotal Initiative, CloudPhysics, AppNeta, and Boundary are all excellent hypothetical suppliers of…

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VMware Fleshes Out SDN Strategy with NSX

March 14, 2013
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VMware100x30

VMware has added some significant meat to the bones of its Software Defined Data Center Strategy with the announcement of the VMware NSX Network Virtualization Platform. NSX represents the combination of the previous VMware network virtualization technology (VXLAN) with the technology that came from the acquisition of Nicira.

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