Posts Tagged ‘ Virtualization Performance Management ’

Replacing the Enterprise Management Framework for Virtualized Data Centers

June 16, 2010
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Systems Management Frameworks have provided an indispensable function to enterprises with large and business critical networks and data centers. However, frameworks have become a category of expensive and slow to innovate legacy software leading many enterprises to conclude that they must move beyond these products in order to properly monitor their newest environments including those…

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Root Cause Analysis – The Key to Virtualizing Tier 1 Applications

June 11, 2010
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Virtualizing tier 1 business critical and performance critical applications will require that the virtualization team be able to provide assurances about infrastructure performance and applications performance to the applications teams and their constituents. This is a dauntingly complex requirement to meet due to the fact that meeting it requires the integration of tools that are…

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Is the CMDB Irrelevant in a Virtual and Cloud Based World?

June 2, 2010
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Is the CMDB Irrelevant in a Virtual and Cloud Based World?

The CMDB's that were designed and architected for static physical systems appear to be unwieldy, too difficult to keep up to date, and not real-time enough to make the transition into the virtualized and cloud based world. Virtualized environment change too fast for existing CMDB's to keep up, and the notion of keeping a CMDB…

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AppDynamics Raises an $11M Series B Round – Confirms APM 2.0 Opportunity

May 4, 2010
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A new Applications Performance Management opportunity has arisen driving by virtualization, the cloud, scaled out deployment architectures, lower cost open source middleware, and agile development techniques. AppDynamics has raised an $11M series B round to address this opportunity. New Relic is the current market leader. BlueStripe and VMware with AppSpeed are also targeting this space.

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Virtualization Performance Management – A Focus Upon the Data

April 20, 2010
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Both Infrastructure Performance Management and Applications Performance Management vendors who are targeting the virtualization and cloud markets have realized that new and unique data is needed in order to performance manage these new environments and the applications that run on them. This is dramatic departure from the old physical world where most vendors simply relied…

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Depth vs. Breadth in Virtualization Performance Management

April 16, 2010
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Depth vs. Breadth in Virtualization Performance Management

Enterprises who are going to support business critical and performance critical applications on a virtual infrastructure should at the minimum address two needs. The first is to get a true and complete picture of Infrastructure Performance based upon Infrastructure Response Time. The second is to put in place the tools required to monitor these applications…

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Infrastructure Performance Management Heats Up

April 9, 2010
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Infrastructure Performance Management Heats Up

Infrastructure Performance Management is the single most important performance and capacity management issue that owners of a virtual environment need to address. The reason for this is that since the low hanging fruit has been virtualized, what is left is business critical and performance critical applications in the hands of applications owners and their business…

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Virtualization Splits Up the Performance Management Business

January 13, 2010
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Virtualization Splits Up the Performance Management Business

Virtualization has been a catalyst for significant changes in the performance management business at all layers of the IT stack (from hardware to transaction). These changes have only begun. As the more and more tier 1 applications get migrated over to a virtual infrastructure, these vendors will advance their functionality, and more vendors will jump…

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The Thrilla in California

July 30, 2009
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At this years Catalyst conference in San Diego a heavyweight championship match was laid on with Scott Drummonds of VMware in the red corner and Simon Crosby of Citrix in the blue one.

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