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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dynaTrace Advances the State of the Art in Real User Monitoring

June 15, 2011
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RUM (also called End User Experience Management) is becoming a critical feature of modern APM solutions. This is being driven by the emergence of rich client platforms like Ajax, Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, and Microsoft Silverlight as well as the emergence of the iPad and Android based tablets as platforms for client side business applications.…

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News: Embotics Pioneers Simple IT as a Service

June 6, 2011
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Embotics Corporation a pioneer in virtualization and automated private cloud management, today unveiled EmboticsV-Commander 4.0, Cloud Edition, which accelerates virtualization and private cloud initiatives within mid-sized and large data centers.

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Monitoring End User Experience for Virtualized and Cloud Hosted Applications

May 26, 2011
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In a world where you are changing everything - by moving applications in whole or in part from physical to virtual, to private cloud and ultimately (at least for some applications) to a public cloud, having an external reference point from which to judge the performance of these applications is essential. That reference point might…

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Monitoring SQL Server Performance on VMware vSphere

May 18, 2011
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Monitoring SQL Server Performance on VMware vSphere

Attempting to infer the performance of a database server by looking at resource utilization metrics will fail technically and organizationally. In a shared and dynamic environment, the only way to truly assess the performance of an element of the infrastructure or an application is to measure how long it is actually taking to do its…

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Intel goes for 3D Transistors – Extends Moore’s Law Yet Again

May 10, 2011
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Intel has announced that it will start shipping chips based upon 3D transistors in 2012 - and using this design across its product line. This extends the benefits of the continuation of Moore's law across computing platforms ranging from servers to smart phones.

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Security of Performance and Management tools within the Virtual Environment

May 6, 2011
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Security of Performance and Management tools within the Virtual Environment

The problem is that not everything is as black and white as security folks desire. If we implement performance and other management tools, we often need to expose part of our all important virtualization management network to others. But how do we do this safely, securely, with minimal impact to usability? Why do we need…

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VMTurbo Breaks New Ground for Free vSphere Monitoring Tools

May 5, 2011
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VMTurbo has delivered a new free vSphere performance and capacity management solution that is neither time nor size of environment limited, and that breaks new ground in terms of capacity management functionality delivered in a free solution. The automatically generated VM Rightsizing Recommendations should prove to be of particular value to vSphere administrators.

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So What Should a Cloud SLA Look Like?

May 4, 2011
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Public Cloud SLA's are worthless. They need to be replaced by metrics that measure the responsiveness of what the cloud provider owns to the layer of software from the customer running in the cloud. Developing these metrics will require significant changes to existing APM approaches in order to be able to separate time spent in…

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News: BMC buys Coradiant

April 28, 2011
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BMC has acquired Coradiant the leader in web applications performance management. Now it remains to be seen if BMC will follow up this step with additional steps to create a modern monitoring stack suited for virtualization and the cloud, or if BMC will under-utilize Coradiant's assets by simply integrating Coradiant with its legacy systems management…

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