Correlsense to Speak at Philadelphia Computer Measurement Group

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.

As part of his session, “Discover Business Units of Work to Improve Effectiveness of Capacity and Performance Management,” Ben-Shoshan will ask attendees to reconsider what they consider the “vital signs” of IT systems. Rather than relying solely upon IT resource consumption metrics, Ben-Shoshan will discuss more reliable methods for determining whether users perceive systems to be cost-effective, reliable and optimized for performance.

Attendees can expect to learn new techniques that enable IT professionals to:

  • understand how a specific business unit of work translates into often numerous IT units of work;
  • discover the flow of the application conversations which create workload on the IT infrastructure; and
  • improve performance management activities by connecting IT resource consumption metrics with business units of work.

The Philadelphia Computer Measurement Group serves capacity planners, performance specialists, managers and other technicians from central Pennsylvania, Delaware and northern New Jersey. The group’s quarterly meetings provide members with an opportunity to learn from the industry’s top practitioners in a setting that allows for plenty of time to exchange ideas with speakers and other attendees.

About Correlsense
Correlsense SharePath provides a breakthrough in IT Reliability™ by enabling for the first time both a bird’s-eye and detailed view of how business transactions perform across the four dimensions (4D) of end-users, applications, infrastructure and business processes. While other service management and performance management applications focus on identifying problems at individual components (servers, data bases, etc.), SharePath automatically detects and traces each entire transaction path, from a click in the browser through all its hops across data center tiers. With the ability to record and correlate individual transaction activations across both physical and virtual components, IT gains full visibility of the transaction metrics required to ensure IT Reliability™ for packaged and homegrown applications. The rich data from SharePath is used by major enterprises to rapidly pinpoint and solve problems and to gain unprecedented insights for their IT Service Management initiatives such as ITIL. For more information please visit