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Five Important IT Capacity Management Trends for 2012

by on Jan 18, 2012

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The increase in virtualization and cloud computing has significantly changed the scope and complexity of capacity management. Forecasting hardware needs is no longer enough. You must understand and ...

The increase in virtualization and cloud computing has significantly changed the scope and complexity of capacity management. Forecasting hardware needs is no longer enough. You must understand and optimize your business services, applications, and infrastructure through these new platforms. Join Correlsense and Metron-Athene for this engaging webinar which will explore the latest "need to know" trends in capacity management, including:

•How to more effectively manage your IT costs and SLA agreements
•What you need to know about capacity management when operating in both physical and virtual environments
•How performance monitoring in cloud-based environments relate to your capacity management goals
•What is unique about capacity management and monitoring for virtualized applications
•How to align traditional capacity management techniques with the ITIL methodology

This presentation will also include a demo of the SharePath-Athene solution for meeting the challenges of these upcoming trends.

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