Performance Management

Performance Management covers monitoring the physical infrastructure, the virtual infrastructure and applications for end-to-end performance and service levels. It covers Application Performance Management, Infrastructure Performance Management, Operations Management, Capacity Planning, and Capacity Management.|Environments covered include Virtualization Performance Management, Software Defined Data Center Performance Management, and Cloud Performance Management. Key issues include ensuring the performance of virtualized and cloud based data centers, ensuring the performance of software defined data centers (SDDC performance management), ensuring virtualized application performance, cloud application performance, and SDDC application performance. Key vendors covered include VMware, AppDynamics, AppEnsure, AppFirst, AppNeta, Astute Networks, Aternity, BlueStripe, Boundary, Cirba, CloudPhysics, Correlsense, Compuware, Dell, Embotics, ExtraHop, GigaMon, Hotlink, HP, Intigua, ManageEngine, New Relic, Prelert, Puppet Labs, Riverbed, Splunk, Tintri, Virtual Instruments, Virtustream, VMTurbo, Xangati, and Zenoss.

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VMware Joins the APM Revolution with vFabric Application Performance Manager

October 18, 2011
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With vFabric APM VMware has announced a compelling entry into the APM space, joining the current set of APM innovators - New Relic, AppDynamics, BlueStripe, dynaTrace and ExtraHop. The innovations that VMware is bringing to the table will usher in a redefinition of what APM is, from a performance and availability tool for the development…

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Why Is Application Performance Management So Screwed Up?

October 11, 2011
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Less than 5% of the applications that matter to enterprises world wide are under management by an APM solution that can help ensure application response time, application availability and the integrity of the critical transactions within the application. This is because first generation APM solutions have been too expensive to purchase, too limited in their…

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Cloud Performance – Learning from SalesForce.com

October 4, 2011
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Cloud Performance – Learning from SalesForce.com

The focus upon sharing real response time and transaction load data by SalesForce.com is notable when compared with the pre-historic approach to performance that is used by many cloud vendors (and for a matter of fact many enterprise IT organizations). Response Time correlates directly to end user experience and at the end of the day…

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Confio Addresses a “Dark Corner” in Virtualized Database Performance

September 26, 2011
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Confio Addresses a “Dark Corner” in Virtualized Database Performance

Confio IgniteVM uniquely provides a consolidated view of resource utilization and latency across database servers like Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, and Sybase and the virtual machine layer, the physical host layer and the storage layer. This provides a valuable performance management perspective to DBA's as well as to the virtualization team that often is held…

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Is it Time to Reorganize Data Center Operations?

September 16, 2011
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Is it Time to Reorganize Data Center Operations?

If automated IT Operations is going to succeed and deliver its promised benefits then IT Operations is going to have to get reorganized - with supporting hardware teams part of the virtualization team. Furthermore Application Operations will have to be instantiated as a function that is responsible for the actual service level delivered by the…

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VMware Articulates a Compelling Management Vision – Automated Service Assurance

September 7, 2011
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VMware Articulates a Compelling Management Vision – Automated Service Assurance

VMware deserves an enormous amount of credit for promising to reinvent IT Operations around automation and the guaranteed performance of applications. VMware either has or is working on all of the building blocks required to execute upon this vision for the vSphere platform. The combination of innovation by VMware, and by the third party ecosystem…

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Key VMworld 2011 Performance and Capacity Announcements

August 29, 2011
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Key VMworld 2011 Performance and Capacity Announcements

Quest (vFoglight 6.6), vKernel (vOPS 4), VMTurbo, Reflex Systems, Xangati, and Cirba (Data Center Control 7.0) have all made significant product enhancements which are being demonstrated at VMworld this week. These announcements largely reflect the increasing level of sophistication in these tools, and the emergence of Hyper-V as the hypervisor upon which cross-platform management strategies…

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Your VMworld 2011 Enterprise Private Cloud and IT as a Service Short List

August 25, 2011
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Your VMworld 2011 Enterprise Private Cloud and IT as a Service Short List

Choosing a Private Cloud platform involves trading off the scale of the environment, the types of applications running on the environment and compatibility with public cloud platforms with each other. VMware, DynamicOps, Gale Technologies, Abiquo, Platform Computing and Cisco offer the most compelling enterprise focused production application platforms. However other use cases and markets are…

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Your VMworld 2011 Enterprise Virtualization Performance and Capacity Management Short List

August 18, 2011
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Enterprises considering virtualization performance and capacity management solutions at VMworld 2011 should take a look at VMware vC OPS Enterprise, Netuitive, Quest vFloglight, NetApp Insight Balance, Reflex Systems, Veeam nworks, vKernel, Virtual Instruments, VMTurbo, Xangati, and Zenoss. Read the full post for the evaluation criteria.

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