1. IT Monitoring as a service - Webinar 20141218

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    Why IT Application Monitoring and IT Infrastructure Monitoring How to go quick and save money How to use Monitoring and Alerting as a service Special offer valid until December 24th: Get 2 months free for signing up before Christmas !

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    • Welcome to AppFirst

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      Intro to AppFirst

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      • AppFirst Dashboards Walkthrough

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        Take a walk through of our Dashboards in our new User Interface.

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        • AppFirst Explained - Continuous and Complete Visibility Across Your Entire IT Ecosystem

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          As today’s IT environments continue to increase in complexity, so too do the expectations of what this ‘new IT’ landscape can do to help propel your business forward… Unfortunately, current monitoring tools… they can’t keep up… leaving you with static snapshots of data and only partial pictures of your IT infrastructure … snapshots that leave you open to blind spots, unmeasurable costs, and unmanageable service levels… You might even say that each monitoring tool… essentially records is own unique version of time… leaving you to manually correlate multiple versions of the truth… Which is why AppFirst was created… our patented collection technology solves these problems with an approach that’s never been possible before… Rather than taking disconnected snapshots, AppFirst sits between every application and the system, intercepting every event that occurs across your entire IT ecosystem… So you see everything… all the time. AppFirst then correlates data from all your other important sources…such as log files, thousands of plug-ins, or any dataset you need to work with… creating a universal timeline of events across your entire IT ecosystem.... All events on one timeline. Now, you can effectively do things like… generate application and network topologies, continuously monitor performance deviations, cost-effectively plan for capacity, and deterministically troubleshoot problems and charge back to users with precision …and…with full visibility, truly measure how you deliver IT as a service… AppFirst can be deployed on-premise, in the cloud, or as part of a hybrid environment… all with zero application latency… with less than one percent administrative overhead… and with no changes required to your environment… Leave behind the old world of snapshots…and take control of the ‘new IT’ landscape for your business… with high definition visibility, all the time… with AppFirst…

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          • Overview of the Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure Research

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            This talk was given at IBM Research, Yorktown, on Tuesday, December 1, 2009 The speaker is James H. Garrett Jr., from Carnegie Mellon University. This first part, presents an overview of the Center for Sensed Cricital Infrastructure Research (CenSCIR) at Carnegie Mellon University. For more information, see http://www.ices.cmu.edu/censcir/ The second part of the talk can be found here: http://vimeo.com/9079961

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            • Sensor Andrew: A virtual instrument for large-scale sensing and actuation

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              from Mario Berges / Added

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              This talk was given at IBM Research, Yorktown, on Tuesday, December 1, 2009. It introduces Sensor Andrew: a collection of hardware and software elements that together form a virtual instrument for large-scale sensing and actuation, intended to help deliver sensor-driven decision support for our built infrastructure. The Sensor Andrew infrastructure enables researchers to easily tap into an Internet-scale resource of sensors and actuators in a manner that is extensible, easy-to-use, and secure while maintaining privacy. Credits: James H. Garrett Jr., Mario Berges, Anthony Rowe, Ethan Goldman, Gaurav Bhatia, José M. F. Moura, Lucio Soibelman, Raj Rajkumar

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