Correlsense today announced that Alon Ben-Shoshan, Channel Manager, will be speaking at the Philadelphia Computer Measurement Group on May 21, 2010. Ben-Shoshan’s presentation will detail methods for improving IT performance management. Continue reading
Organizations are looking to increase reliability and better manage IT systems. Following are 5 tips to help improve the value of IT systems for ongoing performance management, service level agreements (SLAs), capacity planning, and optimizing IT services to business needs.
In order to have a better understanding about performance monitoring, one should have some understanding of statistics. (This is increasingly true as that is the technology that drives analytics.) The most basic statistics are the average, standard deviation, and the … Continue reading
Here we discuss some of the ways to monitor and analyze IBM MQ and some of the event metrics. First, here are some definitions and concept to refresh or enhance your understanding of IBM MQ. MQ is way to transfer … Continue reading
Service level agreements (SLAs) describe how an operation performs within agreed limits. To say that one is operating within the agreed service level means that the average and the average variation from that average (i.e., the variance) are within agreed … Continue reading
New release of the company’s flagship software extends its leadership position in the enterprise application performance management market Framingham, Mass. – January 21, 2014 – Correlsense, the leading enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) company, today announced that it has delivered Release … Continue reading
What are the best practices for migrating your legacy Forms environment to 11g? How will you meet end user performance expectations? How will you ensure application performance before, during and after modernization? Continue reading
Lanir Shacham, Correlsense CTO, on using transaction data for capacity planning, performance management, cost allocation, change management, and auditing. Continue reading