Be Proactive Addressing Citrix End User Complaints AppEnsure Webinar Jan17

This webinar was presented by AppEnsure's CTO - Sri Chaganty and focuses on how AppEnsure empowers you to proactively address end-user complaints in Citrix deployments. In addition, AppEnsure gives IT Operations the ability to stop the finger pointing and quickly identify the “real” root cause of performance problems by understanding the underlying infrastructure supporting XenApp and XenDesktop.

APM for Vendor Provided Business Critical Enterprise Applications

Traditionally, Application Performance Management (APM) is usually associated with solutions that instrument application code. There are two fundamental limitations with such associations. If instrumenting the code is what APM is all about, then APM is applicable only to homegrown applications for which access to code is available.

Introducing Siemplify ThreatNexus

Security teams are challenged by a deluge of alerts straining both infrastructure and personnel. Having spent decades training analysts, the Siemplify team recognized the unique challenges facing security teams today. Introducing Siemplify ThreatNexus, the only comprehensive security operations platform for the analyst to navigate Management, Automation, and Investigation through a single pane of glass.

All CMDBs Are Useless So We Built One

I love CMDBs, just not the ones you have. I also love configurations, but it seems my definition of configuration differs from most people’s. A Configuration Management Database (CMDB) is an interesting thing, and common in all ITIL and Server/IT “management” systems. Most are auto-discovery, so you install an agent and they find out what the server is and what’s on it. Such as CPU, RAM, Disk, installed software, and other related things.


Unified Operations Platforms: Siglos

Everyone hates their ERP systems. They are hard to use, hard to modify, and hard to implement. We should abolish all of them. But we won’t. Why ? Because they solve major problems and since their creation 20 years ago, have created hundreds of billions of dollars of value to the vendors that offer, customize and manage them. Not to mention probably a trillion dollars of value to their customers. How can this be, where everyone hates their most value-creating system ?