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Excuse Me – I Think Your Transaction Switch Is About To Explode…
A complimentary webinar discussing how IT Operations teams are adapting to Cloud-based services and modular application architectures
If you wish to attend, but cannot make the scheduled time, please email Stacy Gorkoff at email@example.com and we will be sure to send out a link to the recorded version of this webinar.
Monitoring switch compatibility with legacy systems, third party service providers and newly emerging technologies is no easy task. In addition to ATM and POS transactions, modern switches are host to an explosion of other message-based services ranging from mobile top-up and online payments, to encryption, to EMV. Many use modular architectures that wire together third party applications, stand alone software modules and distributed components such as HSMs, preferences servers, or databases to execute a single transaction. And if that isn’t enough to blow your mind, there is the ongoing pressure to reduce costs, simplify scaling and speed up disaster recovery by running all of this in a virtual or private Cloud environment. Lacking the right performance monitoring tools will reduce your responsiveness to service level degradation and poor transaction performance, especially when many of your critical security and service applications are moving to, or already reside in SaaS, virtual and Cloud-based environments. Make this 45 minute INETCO webinar a priority and explore:
- The impact of the “exploding” transaction switch on IT Operations teams
- Best practices around isolating service and performance issues on multi-hop transaction paths
- How transaction-based application performance monitoring solutions can help you “virtualize” with confidence
Marc Borbas is the Vice President of Marketing for INETCO. In his role, he sets product strategy for INETCO Insight, the company’s flagship business transaction management product. Borbas has worked in the applications and infrastructure software space for more than 12 years, and has an extensive background in marketing, business strategy and product development at Sophos, Business Objects (now SAP), Crystal Decisions, and Fincentric Corporation.