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Over 5 years ago
I have the same experience as you have. It is like a walk in the park. Finally a vendor who innovates the monitoring. Ruxit is an entrepreneurship within dynaTrace so within 2 years, the same easy only-one-agent required APM approach is embedded into dynaTrace. Ruxit is easy…
Over 6 years ago
I totally agree with your review. Last week I upgraded our version 5.5 implementation of dynaTrace. It was like a walk in the park. You don't have to worry about the upgrade of all the agents you have deployed in your infra, it will be done automatically after restart of…
About 7 years ago
In addition to the previous responses. What is the demand of your customer/organization? Are users complaining about high response times and you want to get grip and control on the issues? And does grip and control means that you want to identify the root cause? Or is the…
About 7 years ago
Hi Kristof, I'm aware of the Tibco EMS update, but it still doesn't address what I want. I like to see all individual messages arrived to and depart from the EMS bus. Tibco Hawk, RTView etc are not able to give insights into the individual messages. Everything is being…
About 7 years ago
Mark, Sitescope is a bottum up (technical) monitoring tool. It is agentless. Advantages: 1) with a user account/password you can monitor your systems so a fast realization of technical monitoring. 2) you don't have to install an agent (prevent the "not invented by us…
About 7 years ago
Regarding dynaTrace: To enable track and tracing of individual messages on Tibco EMS. Now it is not possible. to split total end user response times into individual tibco service messages request and its related response time to deploy patches and fixed to selected DT…
About 7 years ago
Hi there, Why use Active and Passive Monitoring for a website? Answer: Active •When there is no load, you know what the end user experience is (availability and response time) •You strategically put the robots in your infra to peel the response time…

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About 7 years ago
Application Performance Management (APM)
About 7 years ago
Application Performance Management (APM)
About 7 years ago
Application Performance Management (APM)
About 7 years ago
Application Performance Management (APM)

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Over 5 years ago
Application Performance Management (APM)

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My activities starts when the CIO management, Vendor (pre)Sales, Procurement, technical consultants, Performance testers/architects/engineers, Tool departments, and Sr Program Management can't get the necessary grip and control on performance and availability of complex application chains and results are demanded.

Can-do attitude, no-nonsense pragmatic and very motivated performer, highly result focussed & driven, team player. Open and flexible personality, authentic and enthusiastic. Feels comfortable in innovative, pragmatic driven commercial organisations with a strong need to get grip and control on Application Performance Management (APM) and where a strong strategic support is in place to get the APM job done.

Act as trusted advisor/spin doctor on strategic level: in-depth knowledge and experience with A-list performance monitoring products and how to create added value out of them aligned to business demands, commercial contacts in Banking, Healthcare, and Public sector.

Specialties: Application Performance Management (APM), implementing and embedding of APM services in large organizations. Creating added value out of APM services/tooling. Ability to understand complex application chains and to translate them business wise into what's needed to solve a customer's performance issue.

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About 7 years ago