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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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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Veeam Survey on using Enterprise Management tools for Virtualization

April 20, 2011
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Veeam Survey on using Enterprise Management tools for Virtualization

Many enterprises see virtualization as an opportunity to dump what they perceive as expensive, inflexible, and difficult to use enterprise management tools in favor of ones built for the new dynamic data center. Other enterprises simply view virtualization as one more silo that that needs to be managed with existing tools. Veeam's nworks products clearly…

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Virtualization Performance Management – Linking Response Time, Load and Chargeback

April 13, 2011
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Virtualization Performance Management – Linking Response Time, Load and Chargeback

In Applications Performance Equals Response Time, not Resource Utilization, we took the position that while for the majority of the applications deployed on physical hardware the general practice was to infer their performance by looking at normal vs. abnormal resource utilization statistics, once you virtualize an application, it becomes necessary to directly measure its response…

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Microsoft SCOM as a complete Management Solution for a VMware Environment

April 6, 2011
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Microsoft SCOM as a complete Management Solution for a VMware Environment

Adding the Veeam nworks management pack to Microsoft SCOM makes SCOM into a fully competent vSphere management solution. Adding BlueStripe's FactFinder plugin allows you to see end-to-end application topology and response times for physical and virtual applications. SCOM's plug-in architecture combined with Microsoft's DNA to partner on the sales and marketing fronts makes SCOM into…

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Using Microsoft SCOM to Manage the Performance of Virtualized Applications on vSphere

March 29, 2011
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Using Microsoft SCOM to Manage the Performance of Virtualized Applications on vSphere

BlueStripe has integrated its applications topology views and end-to-end response time monitoring information into Microsoft SCOM. This creates an appealing solution to manage applications performance on a response time basis across virtualization platforms, and across both physical and virtually host applications.

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Applications Performance Equals Response Time, not Resource Utilization

March 22, 2011
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Applications Performance Equals Response Time, not Resource Utilization

Transaction rate, an average response time goal, and an allowable upper bound, combined with transaction rate will come to define performance and capacity. These new metrics will get monetized allowing applications owners to shop for price/performance curves across internal and external service providers on a rational and economic basis.

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Constructing a Best of Breed Alternative to VMware vCenter Operations Enterprise

March 15, 2011
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Constructing a Best of Breed Alternative to VMware vCenter Operations Enterprise

With VMware vCenter OPS, VMware has stated that performance, capacity, and configuration data need to be integrated into a self-learning model in order to monitor a dynamic system. This model can be implemented as well using third party solutions like those from Quest, CA Technologies, AppDynamics, Bluestripe, dynaTrace, VKernel, NetApp, Netuitive, Net Relic, Coradiant, VMTurbo,…

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vCenter Operations – vSphere Performance, Capacity and Configuration Management with Self Learning Analytics

March 8, 2011
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vCenter Operations – vSphere Performance, Capacity and Configuration Management with Self Learning Analytics

VMware has combined resource monitoring, capacity management, configuration management, with the self-learning analytics that came from Integrien into vCenter Operations - creating an attractive bundle of functionality for the management of the performance and capacity of vSphere environments.

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Virtualization Performance and Availability Monitoring – A Reference Architecture

March 3, 2011
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Virtualization Performance and Availability Monitoring – A Reference Architecture

In “A Perfect Storm in Availability and Performance Monitoring“, we proposed that legacy products from the physical environment should not be brought over into your new virtualized environment and that you should in fact start over with a horizontally layered approach, choosing a scaled out, and highly flexible product that can integrate with products at…

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