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Service Outages: Is Your Current Monitoring Strategy Really Working?

White Paper Published By: NETIQ
Published:  Jan 02, 2014
Type:  White Paper
Length:  2 pages

Tired of being blind-sided by service outages, poor application performance, user complaints, or system failures?

System and application management is a given in today’s data center, but organizing all those events into a meaningful picture can be challenging. Multiple systems, infrastructure components, and applications routinely contribute data to deliver a single service or group of related services but the associated level of complexity makes it difficult to know how individual components contribute to the overall services on which your business relies. Often, you only find out about service impacts once they reach critical status instead of detecting potential problems before they can affect the service. And then actually isolating, prioritizing, and resolving the problem in the context of the business impact is difficult at best.

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