TM Forum is the place to learn the latest in Network Management. Especially this year for those who are looking for smarter ways to optimize operations; to reduce the volume of events hitting the
Network equipment is a commodity, and network management is a necessary evil. At least this is how the normal thinking goes. In the telecommunication world, service assurance is the practice of ensuring that networks continue
The advancements in technology today never cease to amaze me. I remember coming out of university and starting my first job as a trainee mainframe systems programmer. That was a very technical role and
The fear of a denial-of-service attack on business-vital servers is one of the most disturbing thoughts for a network administrator. It keeps me awake at night. I continuously search for solutions that will allow me
As the song by Simply Red goes, “money’s too tight to mention.” We have all seen, and maybe been involved in, the current business environment where a major focus with companies is on reducing costs.
Imagine an enterprise with hundreds of servers where the business applications run. To ensure business continuity, this company definitely needs proactive monitoring from the network layer to the transaction layer. Monitoring can help keep
Have you ever been requested to provide a report to somebody showing the availability of one or more servers? If the answer is yes, you’ve probably also started the discussion about how to define
Organizations of all sizes are expected to operate within a continuous climate of decreasing budgets and increasing workloads. In other words, do more with less. Critical business operations like those in data centers aren’t
There are numerous technologies, products and solutions being marketed toward the federal government for continuous monitoring, many as part of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program managed by DHS (for background – http://www.dhs.gov/cdm).
IBM DASH or Dashboard Application Services Hub provides near-real-time visibility and insight into a global IT environment. It is a single console for administering IBM products and related applications. DASH acts as an interface to