Webcast Replay: The 201% ROI Story - Optimizing Performance in a New Age of Application Landscapes
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The times, they are a'changing, in the way you develop your applications, the way you deploy them, and the way you manage them. The application environment demands revenue and reputation protection, the elimination of outages, and cost-savings. IBM's Application Performance Management solutions, long known as a best of breed solutions for managing traditionally hosted enterprise applications, is extending its capabilities for new deployment paradigms - such as public cloud, mobile and SaaS; new user roles - such as DevOps, Cloud Brokers and individual application owners; and even new application platforms - such as Ruby. Tune in to hear how IBM is evolving to meet the ever changing needs of today's application stakeholders and how IBM is helping one company save millions.
Marvin Goodman - IBM APM Market Manager
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, competitive analysis and product management, before moving into his current market 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 along the Cloud maturity ladder along with the customers he works with. He is well acquainted with the decision points that customers face, tackling questions about how and where to deploy applications (and how to manage them once deployed) and the infrastructures they run on. From wringing the promised cost-savings out of private clouds, to brokering services on public clouds, to Software as a Service, he’s worked with customers across many fronts.
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