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Webinar: Why You Should Monitor IT Service Performance in Pre-Production Environments

An acknowledged good practice is to catch errors early in the service lifecycle, and shifting application and infrastructure monitoring to pre-production environments should be part of this strategy. But neither application performance management (APM), or infrastructure performance management (IPM) alone will successfully address and solve shift-left monitoring requirements. Supporting IT services, such as Citrix, often do not enable IT administrators to quickly isolate and address the causes of performance bottlenecks in testing, resulting in delays, re-work or increased deployment risk. 

A converged APM/IPM solution can facilitate true root-cause analysis from an end-to-end IT service perspective, inclusive of both supporting and customer-facing IT services, as well as across multiple service lifecycle stages. In addition, by having all service team members share an easy-to-use interface that is tailored to each of their requirements minimizes learning curves, enhances operational efficiency and ensures user satisfaction by providing a production-grade monitor to IT staff that are working in staging environments. 

Join eGInnovations for this live Webinar where John Worthington, Director of Product Marketing, shares how a converged APM/IPM solution can be leveraged effectively in pre-production.

WHEN?  Wednesday, August 23, 2017 @ 11:00 am ET | 10:00 am CT | 8:00 am PT | 4:00 pm BST | 5:00 pm CEST

In this Webinar, you will discover:

  • How shifting left will help you accelerate time to delivery by correlating all service events across every layer of every component
  • How end to end monitoring can expose bottlenecks in supporting IT services such as Citrix before actual deployment occurs
  • How converged APM/IPM can ensure end user experience as change cycles accelerate

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Published Tuesday, August 08, 2017 2:00 PM by David Marshall
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