So it’s been asked, more than a few times… How do you come up with a feature graphic? I’m not exactly sure how to explain it. It’s like explaining how to ride a bike to someone who has never ridden a bike before.
So to show you guys what we’re up against, I’m going to, probably for the next few weeks, pick a blurb from of our featured content, post it and I want you to read it and then tell me what keyword(s) pop out at you that could inspire a creative feature graphic. Then, next week, I will post the feature graphic that was created with a few words on why that word(s) popped out to me/us.
How does that sound? Like fun? It will be interesting to see what you guys see that I didn’t…
This weeks blurb is…
“This article describes how you can use a user exit to extend Optim Performance Manager to integrate DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows database monitoring with enterprise monitoring
systems, using the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) for system and network monitoring. The user exit is a simple general purpose mechanism that can be
configured to call any executable program making it possible for you to use DB2 database performance alerts in a wide variety of ways.”