Strategic eBook Advisory: "The Evolution to Real–time IT"
Free eBook from ManageEngine Features Leading Industry Analyst Research on How to Augment APM with Conventional Monitoring
AUSTIN, Texas - December 1, 2011 - Today’s IT infrastructure is far more dynamic, flexible and elastic than ever before. The result is the rise of "real–time IT," which demands IT to make the most of today’s game–changing technologies and deliver immediate services to organizations that are operating at an ever–increasing pace. Real–time IT compels IT departments to operate at the speed of business, leveraging technologies to support new business models and applications. These applications are often customer facing and directly tied to business and revenue objectives. Non-stop availability is a baseline requirement, and optimizing applications for the users’ quality of experience becomes imperative.
A new strategic eBook published by ManageEngine and featuring research from Gartner, Inc. offers insights to effective application performance management that can make the most of today’s new opportunities. In this eBook, ManageEngine reveals how to manage day–to–day IT tasks more effectively and deploy IT services more efficiently and responsively. Readers also learn how to deliver business results that drive revenue and profitability strategies while enabling new processes and business models.
"As businesses increasingly rely on applications to perform functions ranging from the mundane day–to–day to the business critical, we are seeing IT teams place a lot of importance on proactively monitoring applications for performance and availability," explained Sridhar Iyengar, vice president of product management at ManageEngine. "It has become a key requirement of the IT operations role."
What: "The Evolution to Real–time IT" strategic eBook delivers practical advice on how to:
Who: Written for CIOs, IT managers and others charged with harnessing the power of cloud computing, application availability and performance, virtualization, social and collaboration applications, smart mobile devices and other technologies transforming IT and business.
Why: In a world where user experience is of paramount importance, real–time IT is the necessary response to non–stop management demands on IT departments. Increasingly, IT must synchronize with the 24⁄7 needs of business; ensure that business applications perform at the highest level; leverage mobile, social, collaboration and other "always–on" technologies; deliver real–time services to organizations that are delivering applications and services within (and beyond) the firewall; and use a "single pane of glass" to monitor IT assets, key business processes and quality of experience.
When: Available today
Where: Download "The Evolution to Real–time IT" free eBook at http://ow.ly/7G4xb.
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