Be the first to like this
Enterprises regularly refresh server platforms to harness improvements in compute capacity, power consumption and maintenance costs. In 2012, servers are more likely to be virtualized than physical, presenting new challenges in a migration project. Monitoring at a component-level won't improve performance but subjective monitoring of the end-user experience (EUE) does.
Today's Application Performance Management (APM) tools employ EUE monitoring so pre-migration baselines and post-migration SLAs are based on what matters: the subjective quality of user experience. The added benefit? APM identifies and resolves problems more quickly than component monitoring tools. This shields server migration projects from costly extensions and infrastructure overlaps by accelerating problem identification and resolution.
Join Compuware and featured guest Forrester Research, Inc. in this webcast to understand:
- Forrester's definition of the user experience network or UxN
- Why dynamic virtualized environments demand end user monitoring
- Four new principles for I&O Managers to enhance UxN
- How APM ensures successful migration projects
Register today and receive a complimentary copy of the December 2011 Forrester Research report: "Virtual Network Infrastructure", authored by Andre Kindness
Andre Kindness, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research Inc.
Andre serves IT Infrastructure & Operations Professionals. He is a leading expert on network operations and architecture. His research focuses on the networking technology and strategy, mobile network infrastructure, application delivery networking, data center convergence, and network infrastructure security.