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Technology Implementations Change, But APM Always Matters

Technology Implementations Change, But APM Always Matters

by May 22, 2013 at 1:05 pm 0 comments

Although the core problems enterprise companies face haven’t changed, modern applications and complexities in the IT infrastructure mean they require different technical solutions and data gathering approaches. Armed with this understanding you’ll be in a better position to decide what you require.

Is Application Performance Management Becoming Obsolete?

by March 4, 2013 at 12:22 pm 1 comment

New analytics service that monitors transaction usage, as well as performance characteristics from users, devices, and hosts, and then pushes that data via the user interface and an API.

Context Matters – Talking Application Performance with a CIO

Context Matters – Talking Application Performance with a CIO

by October 11, 2012 at 1:31 pm 0 comments

Can you tell if a business process is failing or slow because of process design issues or technical issues? INETCO Insight can tell you that along with which step failed, who was affected, how many dollars were at risk and whose problem this is – All On One Screen!
Now, That is Application Performance Monitoring!

A New Kind of Application Performance Monitoring (APM) for IT Operations

A New Kind of Application Performance Monitoring (APM) for IT Operations

by September 19, 2012 at 2:28 pm 0 comments

If, from a business value perspective, you are interested in seeing, in real time, how services and business processes are being delivered – this webinar is for you!

The CIO and End-to-End Transaction Visibility

The CIO and End-to-End Transaction Visibility

by August 16, 2012 at 9:01 am 0 comments

Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are ultimately responsible for ensuring that IT investments are closely aligned with strategic business objectives. In this, the final installment in the six part series, we’ll focus on how, through transaction-based application performance monitoring, the CIO has well-defined relationships between IT performance and metrics specific to business outcomes. And that is what is ultimately needed for smooth sailing, even in the roughest seas.