Yorkshire Building Society Deploying Correlsense Software

The UK’s Second Largest Building Society will use Correlsense Software to Monitor Performance of Corporate and Branch Office Applications Framingham, Mass. – April 16, 2014 – Correlsense, the leading enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) company, today announced that Yorkshire Building Society … Continue reading

How will CIO’s, CMIO’s respond to the latest ICD-10 delay?

The recent news of ICD-10 delay was devastating for the entire healthcare industry. There are many organizations who have been working tirelessly to prepare for the compliance deadline only to discover that all preparations will have to be put on … Continue reading

The Fifth Key to Oracle Forms Performance: Keep Your Stakeholders Aware

In Part Four we discussed how performance analytics can help you both troubleshoot and plan your rollouts and migrations. In this last part, I want to tackle the monitoring and alerting you’ll need to have in place when your best laid plans and preparation inevitably fall short of reality. As always, I’ll focus on Oracle Forms. Continue reading

The Fourth Key to Oracle Forms Performance: Use Performance Analytics

In our last post we explored how quickly “as-implemented” can diverge from “as-designed,” and what this can mean when it comes to troubleshooting Oracle Forms performance issues. Today we’ll talk about how performance analytics can optimize bottlenecks and manage rollouts and migrations without creating problems somewhere else in the system or for the end users — the kinds of interaction problems we discussed previously. Continue reading

TriZetto Annual Healthcare Conference 2014

TriZetto’s Healthcare Conference is one of the premier events in the healthcare market, particularly for insurance companies and other payer organizations. Join us from May 18-21 at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort and Spa where Correlsense will … Continue reading

The Second Key to Oracle Forms Performance: Manage the User Experience with Meaningful Transaction Names

In our last post, we talked about how important it was to “field deep” — to understand what’s going on at every hop, layer and stack involved in the performance equation for your Oracle Forms installation. In this post, we’re going to go shallow. We’re going to focus on the end-user experience. Continue reading