A Webinar to Help You Make Sense of Big Transaction Data & Multi-Hop Transaction Complexity

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  • March 1, 2012
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If you:

  • Follow innovation in the transaction monitoring and application performance management space
  • Need more background on how to distinguish one performance monitoring product from another
  • Are technically inclined, and looking for a new concept to noodle over

Then you will be interested in this complementary webinar scheduled for Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 12pm (ET).

Everyone who registers will also receive a complementary whitepaper on the Unified Transaction Model (UTM).


Introducing the Unified Transaction Model (UTM)

The Unified Transaction Model (UTM) is a hierarchical data model created by INETCO to give IT infrastructure and applications operations teams a common, holistic view into all things that affect transaction performance. The UTM will make it easier and faster to isolate and remediate performance problems within large transactional data sets and complex multi-application environments. This model organizes information with two main objectives:

  1. To show the correlation or “unification” of multi-step transactions and response times
  2. To profile the real-time network, application and customer experience metrics relative to the performance of each of these transactions

Date:   Thursday, March 8th
Time:   9am (PST)

            10am (MST)

            11am (CST)

            12pm (EST

Register now and receive your complementary whitepaper on the Unified Transaction Model (UTM):


Join Dr. Loki Jorgenson, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at INETCO, as he answers the following questions:

  • What is the Unified Transaction Model?
  • Why should I care about UTM?
  • How can it make managing a high volume transaction environment or multi-application environment easier?

To register, simply click on the following link:

I hope you find this information of interst.

Have a great day,


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  1. Glen Beck is going nuts over this. He believes this has lost McCain the election. CNN showed a sound byte of McCain saying that attaching pork and earmarks to the bill is unacceptable. Now Captain No Earmarks votes for the bill even though the bill is now 400 pages long with earmarks for things like wooden arrows to assuage 2 Oregon House members, wool industry subsidies, and much more. This is why the public hates the way Washington works. They talk about fixing the problem and not the blame and both sides go political. It is truly disgusting, but they have to get something passed, and quick!

    The problem is much more serious than represented! Why else would Bush risk throwing the election by bringing this up before the election? The Republican’s chances would be much better if the subject of “rescuing the financial system” didn’t come up until after the election.

    An example of why the situation could be worse than represented? I live in Las Vegas. Many people here bought houses for $500,000. a couple of years ago. Even with $50,000. down they still owe a lot more on their house than the $300,000. or less it is worth today. When their ARM and Reverse Amortization escalators kick in and their payments go through the roof, it is easy for many of these buyers, even the ones with good credit, to simply walk away. In the meantime, those holding securities based on mortgages don”t know what they are worth because no one is a buyer. Who would buy something when you don’t know what it is worth? The value of homes here, and other areas that experienced rapid appreciation, is unknown these days. So the sale of homes has also stagnated while the market waits to get a handle on true value.

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