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Best Practices for Monitoring Multi-channel Banking Environments

Best Practices for Monitoring Multi-channel Banking Environments

by March 15, 2013 at 3:53 pm 0 comments

Integrated, multi-channel retail banking is a reality – presenting increasing operational risk…and endless revenue opportunity for those retail financial institutions that are “ready”.

Key recommendations included:
* Adopt real-time transaction monitoring
* Monitor every transaction coming to and from your core banking system
* Use transaction-based monitoring and analytics to track the performance of external and internal service providers

Are IT operations teams adopting transaction-based APM?

by August 30, 2012 at 10:16 am 0 comments

Recent reports from research firms Quocirca and Trac Research indicate that transaction-based application performance monitoring (APM) is becoming more essential – but they also indicate wide-spread adoption is still in the works and companies are taking their time.

Webinar: Transforming raw network data into complete business transactions

by August 23, 2012 at 11:52 am 0 comments

Attend this 30-minute webinar hosted by INETCO® that will 1) Take a look at the changing application delivery landscape, 2) Explain why IT operations teams need a transaction-based view of core applications, 3) Provide a detailed demonstration of the INETCO Insight application performance monitoring software capabilities. All attendees wil receive “Inside Insight 5: How raw network data is transformed into complete business transactions” whitepaper.

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.