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The importance of baseline configuration management in a network

In a network environment, configurations are often considered of incalculable value because a small change in a device’s configuration can make or break the entire network infrastructure in minutes. These configurations are divided into two parts: startup and running configurations. In a network device, the first configuration version, by default, is considered the baseline version (a stable and efficient configuration) for both running and startup configurations.


Network traffic analysis: A brief report on significant network performance monitoring avenue

Most corporate IT landscapes have a variety of traffic types involved, like cloud, web, and video. With network endpoints interconnected, the performance and risk of handling these traffic types can also increase. Although major solutions can detect threats with predefined signatures, detecting newer attacks requires focusing on communications such as those from API or SaaS applications.


Oracle Database monitoring: An administrator's guide

Oracle Database is known for its reliability, scalability, and outstanding performance. An enterprise-friendly feature catalogue makes it a go-to for companies that need data to be available across their disparate IT infrastructure. Large-scale enterprises relying on huge database systems like Oracle need to make sure that data transactions are hassle-free and demand is met with the resources available.


World Backup Day: Why having a plan B is important for every organization

In today’s data-driven economy, data is the lifeblood of any business. A catastrophic data loss event can cause irreversible damage to an organization’s reputation, financial stability, and business continuity. This #WorldBackupDay, we’re reminding organizations worldwide of the importance of backing up their data and having a robust recovery plan in place through our campaign #AlwaysHaveAPlanB. In terms of data recovery, having a plan B means simply having a backup plan.


CloudSpend mobile application: Manage your cloud costs anywhere and everywhere

ManageEngine CloudSpend is a cloud cost management tool that helps you reduce overhead cloud costs using actionable insights. The CloudSpend mobile application enables users to perform actions on the go for their cloud services from their mobile devices. CloudSpend supports AWS and Microsoft Azure cloud services and is planning to launch GCP in the future.


6 hacks for your enterprise's network bandwidth usage checking

Enterprises that want to improve the performance of their network often look into limiting access to bandwidth-hogs such as social media and video streaming applications. But for those that really need to gain efficient network, this won’t be enough. You need to keep track of bandwidth usage regularly. While there are many tools to help you check bandwidth usage on network, sometimes finding KPIs specific to your organization can be painstaking.


How low-code platforms can help eliminate shadow IT in your organization

Businesses are constantly trying to up their game in the digital transformation era. Modernizing legacy systems, keeping on top of software updates, and building business applications are not easy feats. As organizations contemplate the path ahead, a large strain is put on the constantly constrained IT department. When the relevant stakeholders feel that the IT team will take too long to provide a solution, they choose to go for alternate options, bypassing the IT team.

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What is IT Operations Management

The world of IT networking has countless acronyms for every component, metric, technology, function, and so on. ITOM, or IT operations management, is a function that encapsulates the administration of all network infrastructure components within an organization. ITOM is a critical function that can directly determine the fortunes of the company. It is for the same reason that we should clearly understand what it stands for, why it's needed, and what its benefits are. Let's dive in.

6 common issues and how to tackle them with Kubernetes monitoring tools

Kubernetes, one of the most popular container management systems, automates the work necessary for deploying and scaling a containerized application by managing a large number of interdependent microservices. Additionally, it allows for the migration and deployment of containerized applications across different platforms in a multi-cloud environment.


Everything you need to know about hardware monitoring!

Today’s hybrid network environments have a balance of both distributed networks and implementations of modern technology. But they are not short of one core component: servers. Maintaining server availability and health has always been a necessity when it comes to network management. Preserving network uptime comes down to monitoring and managing the factors contributing to network downtime. One such factor that has a high potential to cause performance anomalies is hardware.