Vendor Forum

June 14, 2021
Jay Botelho
LiveAction

Enterprise wide-area networks (WANs) have undergone an incredible transformation over the past several years. More often than not, they're hybrid, offering multiple connection paths between WANs. This provides many benefits but also makes them more challenging to manage than ever before. In Part 1 of this series, we'll explore the top pain points associated with Internet-based WANs ...

June 10, 2021
Angie Mistretta
AppDynamics

As we have seen during this digital transformation boom during the pandemic, technologists are managing more applications and data than ever before, which has led three quarters of technologists to be concerned with increased IT complexity. Even more significant, 89% admitted to feeling under immense pressure to keep up with the churn, according to the recent AppDynamics Agents of Transformation report. It's clear that the pandemic has pushed many technologists to their breaking point. To help tackle IT burnout, tech professionals need a "canary" to help them streamline and catch the anomalies before they cause any major performance issues ...

June 09, 2021
Paul Davenport
AppNeta

An hour-long outage this Tuesday ground the Internet to a halt after popular Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider, Fastly, experienced a glitch that downed Reddit, Spotify, HBO Max, Shopify, Stripe and the BBC, to name just a few of properties affected ...

June 03, 2021
Grant Ho
CloudBolt

IT leaders across the board agree that hybrid cloud is essential for digital transformation (94%), according to the The Truth About Hybrid Cloud and Digital Transformation, a report from CloudBolt and social research platform Pulse. The survey also confirmed the vital role played by automation, self-service IT, and continuous optimization of cloud spend on the digital transformation journey — and how most of these organizations are experiencing significant stumbling blocks in these very areas. It appears that a new cloud order is emerging and suddenly, what has been good enough no longer is ...

June 02, 2021
Sergio Bea
Accedian

As the global telecommunications industry embraces SD-WAN, service providers are finding that corporate customers are increasingly favoring the technology as a managed service for specific applications at smaller sites ...

May 27, 2021
James Smith
SmartBear

In summer 2020, changes to a Facebook API triggered a series of major mobile app crashes worldwide. Popular iOS apps including Spotify, Pinterest, TikTok, Venmo, Tinder and DoorDash, among others, failed immediately upon being opened, leaving millions of users without access to their favorite services. However, the API wasn't at fault, it was actually Facebook's iOS software development kit (SDK) that was responsible for the crash ...

May 26, 2021
Christophe Toum
Talend

When it comes to your data, there is no single magic bullet that can protect you from every scenario. But you can improve your overall data health by taking a closer look at the three aspects of data risk: sources, security and compliance ...

May 25, 2021
Christophe Toum
Talend

Data is one of a company's most valuable assets — but Talend's recent Data Health Survey found only 40% of executives always trust the data they work with. Today, we have codes and inspections for physical infrastructure, satisfaction surveys for employees, and up-time monitors and stability tests for websites. But are we doing everything we can to understand the degree to which our data is exposed to risk? ...

May 20, 2021
Gareth Smith
Eggplant

The demand for AIOps has accelerated as organizations struggle with the increased complexities of IT systems, a disparate workforce, and the explosive growth of operational data. Gartner even recently stated that "there is no future of IT operations that does not include AIOps." For the modern enterprise, relying solely on traditional analysis or humans results in missed opportunities and potentially increases risk. So, what is AIOps? ...

May 12, 2021
Madeline Horton
Stackify

In Agile, development and testing work in tandem, with testing being performed at each stage of the software delivery lifecycle, also known as the SDLC. This combination of development and testing is known as "shifting left." Shift left is a software development testing practice intended to resolve any errors or performance bottlenecks as early in the software development lifecycle (SDLC) as possible ...

May 06, 2021
Tejo Prayaga
CloudFabrix

Robotic Data Automation (RDA) is a new paradigm to help automate data integration and data preparation activities involved in dealing with machine data for Analytics and AI/Machine Learning applications. RDA is not just a framework, but also includes a set of technologies and product capabilities that help implement the data automation ...

May 04, 2021
Rob Schnepp and Jason Walker
BlackRock 3 Partners and BigPanda

Downtime. It's more than just a bar on the Rebel Alliance's base on Folor. For IT Ops teams, downtime is not fun. It costs time, money and often, user frustration. It takes more than the Force to handle incidents ... it takes an intergalactic team. An effective incident management team is made up of people with many different skill sets, styles and approaches. We thought it would be fun to map the heroes of IT Ops with Star Wars characters (across Star Wars generations) based on their traits ...

April 28, 2021
Odysseas Lamtzidis
Netdata

There are a few best practices that DevOps teams should keep in mind to ensure they are not lost in the weeds when incorporating visibility and troubleshooting programs into their systems, containers, and infrastructures. Let's dive into these best practices ...

April 26, 2021
James Smith
SmartBear

On March 22, Android users around the globe suddenly saw notifications pop up on their devices saying that apps had stopped running. Critical apps such as Gmail, Google Pay, Amazon, Yahoo and certain banking apps couldn't be opened, creating widespread consumer concerns. Later, Google revealed the cause was a bug residing in the Android System WebView ...

April 15, 2021
Ed Sawma
Transposit

A growing need for process automation as a result of the confluence of digital transformation initiatives with the remote/hybrid work policies brought on by the pandemic was uncovered by an independent survey of over 500 IT Operations, DevOps, and Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) professionals commissioned by Transposit for its inaugural State of DevOps Automation Report ...

April 13, 2021
Srinivas Miriyala
CloudFabrix Software

Complexity breaks correlation. Intelligence brings cohesion. This simple principle is what makes real-time asset intelligence a must-have for AIOps that is meant to diffuse complexity. To further create a context for the user, it is critical to understand service dependencies and correlate alerts across the stack to resolve incidents ...

April 05, 2021
Paul Davenport
AppNeta

As vaccinations rise and businesses plan for a post-covid future, more than 80% of knowledge workers in the US would like their long-term work environment to include some element of remote work ...

April 01, 2021
Sidharth Kumar
Exoprise

With so many of us working from home, IT leaders and executives are now more than ever interested in ensuring that the cloud services their team relies on are available. But instead of accessing popular business-critical applications such as Salesforce, G Suite, Office 365, Microsoft 365, and so on through the company's data center, employees now get these services directly from the Internet. Experience and productivity at each location vary by internet, ISP, gateway, proxy, etc. ...

March 30, 2021
Girish Muckai
HEAL Software Inc.

It isn't uncommon for IT departments to be overwhelmed by alerts each week, causing alarm fatigue and making it hard for them to prioritize troubleshooting. Therefore, disruption of operations is often the first signal of IT problems, leaving enterprises to rely on an outdated break-and-fix model ...

March 29, 2021
Cory Virok
Rollbar

Developers are getting better at building software, but we're not getting better at fixing it. The problem is that fixing bugs and errors is still a very manual process ... That's because traditional observability tools will tell you if your infrastructure is having problems, but don't provide the context a developer needs to fix the code or how to prioritize them based on business requirements. Also, traditional observability tools produce far too much noise and too many false positives, leading to alert fatigue ...

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