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Today's businesses rely on an increasing number and variety of mission-critical business applications. When these applications perform poorly, customer satisfaction suffers, and revenue can be impacted. If they fail, business grinds to a halt, potentially costing millions of dollars. From complex business applications like SAP, to communications platforms like email servers, to mission critical custom applications — these applications are often distributed across complex infrastructures spanning private data centers to hybrid clouds to public clouds. Siloed management tools or management tools that only cover one or two platforms are insufficient to ensure the performance of critical applications. Agile IT organizations need broad platform coverage; powerful infrastructure and application monitoring; sophisticated reporting and dashboards; and a solution that leverages analytics to help provide actionable insight from all the performance data collected.
Using a presentation and a live demo, this session covers:
Amod Bhise is a senior product manager for IBM SmartCloud Application Performance Management. He has a vast experience in business process management, process monitoring and application performance management. Amod joined IBM as part of Webify Solutions acquisition where he led the banking and insurance practices.
Marvin Goodman has been with IBM for more than 13 years, and has 18 years experience in IT, serving roles in quality assurance, software development, acquisition evaluation, market analysis and competitive analysis, before moving into his current product management role. The majority of that time has been spent working with application and infrastructure performance and availability applications, watching the birth of cloud computing, and gradually progressing the cloud maturity ladder along with the customers he works with.