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Overview of new folks in systems management and their relation to The Big 4.

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Systems Management 2.0 and The Big 4 Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  
  • 2. Agenda
    • Who & What?
    • Innovation
    • Controlling the Story
    • Please ask questions throughout
  • 3. Who?
  • 4. What?
    • Often Open Source
    • Simple over comprehensive
    • Web UIs
    • Hosted
    • Primarily agent-based
    • Punk IT
    • Big 4 FUD
  • 5. Customers
    • Large network equipment company
    • Financial trading network company
    • Financial companies
    • Web infrastructure companies
    • SMB LOB Admins
    • Others (check their web sites)
  • 6. What? Open Source
    • Fast
    • Diverse
    • Transparent
    • Best of breed
    • Low Barriers to Entry
    • Plays well with others
  • 7. What? Simple & Light-weight
    • Fewer Metrics
    • Single Console
    • Auto-discovery
    • Fast install
  • 8. Simple & Light-weight Example
    • After download, 3-5 minutes up and running.
    • Obvious alerts: storage, AV update.
  • 9. What? Deployment
    • Web UI
    • Hosted
    • Packaged
    • Appliances
    • One “Server”
    • Agents
  • 10. What? Punk IT vs .
  • 11. What? Big 4 FUD
    • Costly
    • Hard to use
    • Spaghetti Suites
    • Vision vs. Tools
    • F5M vs. F500
  • 12. What’s Missing?
    • Management
    • Scale
    • Mainframes
    • Process
    • Others
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  • 14. What’s Missing? Scale
    • Most keep only about 30 days of data
    • Little “proper” data warehousing
    • 100’s of targets, not 1,000’s
    • Monitoring interval can be wide
    • Exception: Splunk
  • 15. What’s Missing? Mainframes
  • 16. What’s Missing? Process
    • ITIL
    • Service Desk
    • Modeling
    • Exception:
    • Leave behind book
  • 17. What’s Missing? Others
    • Transactions
    • Application breadth
    • Workflow Editing
    • “Authoring”
    • SOA and composites
  • 18. Innovation
  • 19. Innovation: Search
    • More than “web grep”
    • Now the “natural” interface
    • Silent return of the Command Line
    • Splunk open to partnering, e.g., CA
  • 20. Innovation: RSS
    • Light-weight delivery
    • Quick and easy workflow
  • 21. Innovation: Collaborative Systems Management
    • Cross-silo trouble-shooting
    • Cross-silo expert advice
    • Aggregate guesses
      • “What 80% of people do in response to this alert.”
    • Make better what people do already
  • 22. Innovation: Be a Platform
    • Play well with others
    • Be a component and/or a platform
    • Light-weight composites:
      • JavaScript
      • REST
      • Scale is the key
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  • 23. Innovation: Others
    • More frequent releases
    • Hosted offerings
    • OSS & Standards
  • 24. Controlling the Story &quot;Every marketer tells a story. And, if they do it right, we believe them. We believe that wine tastes better in a $20 glass than a $1 glass. We believe that an $80,000 Porsche Cayenne is cooler than a $36,000 VW Touareg, which is virtually the same car. We believe that $225 Pumas will make our feet feel better than $20 no-names...and believing it makes it true.&quot;
  • 25. Story: Technologies Are Similar
    • Monitoring Computers & Applications
    • Alerting
    • Presenting data
    • Lowering costs
  • 26. Story: Big 4 Advantage
    • Process
      • ITIL
      • Workflow
      • Reporting
    • Integration
      • Identity
      • Service Desk
      • Provisioning
    • The Story of Skills
    • Embracing Enterprise Relationships
  • 27. Story: Systems Management 2.0
    • Speed
    • Low barriers to entry
    • More, More Often
    • Hardware is cheap, people are expensive
    • Simplicity means less people
    • Low development cost
  • 28. That is: There’s New Competition
    • Experienced people in the 2.0 world
    • Well done 1.0 releases. What’s Next?
    • Delivering Innovative Features
    • It’s time for killer features, not just back-yard cleanup.
  • 29.  
  • 30. Links and Credit
    • Crowded Tube: http://www.flickr.com/photos/malias/107222810/
    • Horses: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lupinesmile/160090319/
    • Penguins: http://www.flickr.com/photos/whurleyvision/72665448/
    • Spaghetti: http://www.venganza.org/materials/wallpapers/
    • Bang Head Here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nammer/161833002/
    • Money: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yomanimus/102798907/
    • Bender: http://www.flickr.com/photos/scoregasm/231505555/
    • Innovation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/soctech/43279549/
    • Shark: http://www.flickr.com/photos/suneko/181497874/