Gartner Catalyst Conference 2019 is consistently a great venue for learning, sharing, and connecting. OpsRamp was a silver sponsor at this year’s event and our seven-member contingent had a wonderful time meeting with industry thought leaders, demoing OpsRamp to senior IT executives, and having fun in the streets of San Diego. In this post, I will summarize the most interesting themes that stood out from the conference keynotes and sessions, as well as other key takeaways from the week.
As you well know, many organisations are now moving to Office 365 in either a hybrid environment (Exchange on premise with Office 365 integration) or full cloud capacity. Yet, Microsoft still remains unable to provide much detail on how issues or outages impact your resources specifically – it's just not enough to know that globally "Some users or tenants may be affected". Your business needs to know if users are suffering and what proportion are impacted.
You know those conferences where you can just show up late, grab your swag bag, and stroll into the nearest session that tickles your fancy? AWS re:Invent definitely isn’t one of them. With more than 3,000 sessions, planning your conference can be a monumental task. For developers and engineering leads focused on serverless, this year promises to be another big year.
Increasing sales is a prime goal of every online store. The entire efforts revolve around bringing users to a website and making them make the purchases, because a continuous decline in sales may make the business go bankrupt. To keep the business making profits consistently and progressing towards higher targets, the website has to be optimized in a way to remove every possible hurdle that is stopping the users from placing orders.
You now have the option to group CDN data by USA states and analyze the performance of CDN providers or your own custom infrastructure in USA in much higher detail. Combine your findings with our networking tools to run tests from USA on-demand and fix your performance issues.