You are willing to move away from the "Mean Time to Innocence" Approach and implement collaborative performance troubleshooting and optimization; how can you achieve this with performance analytics extracted from your network traffic?
Today an increasing number of IT professionals focus their attention on network reporting. There are a lot of reasons for this. Indeed, reports synthesizethe operational analytics which reflect the health of applications and IT infrastructure, allowing to:
IT departments tend to centralize all IT Operational Analytics (ITOA) into one repository to facilitate dahsboarding, reporting, alerting and forensics in a variety of solutions such as Elastic, Splunk, Crystal Reports.
We see more IT departments considering NPM/APM adoption when dealing with data center moves, mergers and consolidations.
Here is a short story about how PerformanceVision helped a major Healthcare organization accelerate the diagnostic of slowdowns reported since many months by end users and help initiate the code optimization by their software vendor in no more than a few hours.
Topics: performance troubleshooting, NPM, ITOA, network performance, performance diagnostic, application performance, response time, SQL Transaction, performance troubleshooting use case, Transaction performance, Stream analysis, APM, SQL query