Tuesday, May 20th, 2014@ Noon ET
A lot of IBM IT shops only respond to system issues after they cause problems for the end user, not before. Even small problems left unattended can lead to catastrophe.
Well-run data centers monitor their servers and networks for early signs of impending issues, but doing this requires the proper tools. Monitoring and automation tools let you establish baseline normal performance profiles, and then automatically generate alerts when abnormal conditions are detected.
Monitor Performance Proactively
Join long-time IBM IT professionals, Mel Beckman and Chuck Losinski, and learn the tools and implementation techniques for monitoring key metrics on your servers and network devices, plus tips to make the process easier and more reliable.
- Set up monitoring instrumentation
- Define the most important metrics to monitor
- Detect exceptions requiring attention
- Use Robot/NETWORK for a consolidated view even from your mobile device
Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be fully equipped to instrument your own network. Register today and save your weekend!
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Mel Beckman has been writing computer-related features and product reviews for more than 20 years, with a focus on IT, data centers, networking, and communications. He has built two regional Internet service providers and is currently president of Beckman Software Engineering, a technical consultancy specializing in large-scale, high-bandwidth networks. Mel has presented hundreds of seminars on computing technology throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Chuck Losinski is Director of Automation Technology for the Robot product line. He has more than 25 years of experience with IBM i systems. Chuck’s background includes system implementation, programming, operations, and support. He is certified as an IBM System Administrator and has helped customers automate business applications from InFor, JDE Enterprise One, HBOC, RxClaim, Infinium, Jack Henry, and more.