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.
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.
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.
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Correlsense, a leading provider of application performance management software, announced that Ken Marshall is joining the company as CEO. Marshall brings his deep experience in leading sales, marketing, and services teams as well as driving rapid growth in emerging technology and services firms. Correlsense’s co-founder and former CEO Oren Elias will remain with the company as EVP of Strategy and Business Development. He will focus on strategic sales and partnership opportunities.
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This podcast introduces Correlsense and its transaction management product, SharePath, and how SharePath can manage applications both in physical and virtual environments. Participants: Oren Elias, CEO, Correlsense Carryl Roy, Host, Virtual Strategy Magazine
Oren Elias, Correlsense CEO, describes SharePath RUM Free Edition Duration: 2:33
Correlsense, a leading provider of IT Reliability(TM) solutions through business transaction management, today announced SharePath, a software product that provides a breakthrough in IT reliability by tracing business transactions across all their hops — from a click by the end-user, through all the data center layers and applications and back to the end-user.