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"Enterprise IT organizations are rapidly becoming overloaded with data, but in many cases still lack the complete visibility and insight they need to resolve issues quickly and communicate a view of what is really going on with application performance," said Bojan Simic, president and principal analyst at TRAC Research. "By incorporating Big Data techniques into performance management, organizations can get to the root cause of problems faster and gain new views into patterns that can make their organization more efficient."
Opnet AppInternals Xpert applies Big Data techniques to APM through its Transaction Trace Warehouse, which records all application transactions across all application tiers.
Riverbed said an open-ended search speeds troubleshooting by making it possible find a single problematic transaction among a billion good ones. Opnet AppInternals Xpert also includes a correlation engine that automates troubleshooting by identifying cause-and-effect relationships across hundreds of thousands of performance metrics from across multiple application tiers.
"Transaction Trace Warehouse has proven to be the ideal tool to allow us to rapidly execute root cause analysis for enterprise application performance or operational issues," said Keith O'Connell, delivery manager for the Enterprise and Portal Solutions Group at Xtivia. "The level of detail that is captured and maintained is unparalleled in the APM space, and the ability to rapidly execute custom historical analysis of performance data transforms the identification of problem trends or recurring events into an almost trivial task."
At the Interop IT Expo and Conference next month, Riverbed will be showcasing its application performance solutions and Riverbed execs will also lead industry discussions focused on network virtualization and next generation application delivery controller (ADC) technology.
Interop will be held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, with Riverbed exhibiting in boots #1351 and #1139, May 6-10.