Feb 3, 2010
Wouldn't it be great to have a crystal ball that would warn us when our business critical application performance was starting to slip? Unfortunately, we can't predict this and when it happens, we engage in finger pointing matches, nerve racking troubleshooting exercises, and sometimes end up losing internal/external customer goodwill. What combination of tools and other elements need to be in place, in order to keep application performance on track and predictable, monitor it, and more importantly, get it back on track quickly if it slips?
Guest 1: Paul Czarnik
Title: Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Compuware
Guest 2: Wes Wright
Title: Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Seattle's children hospital
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