Software Performance Engineering and Performance Testing

"It pertains to accomplishing a given task - measured against known standards which can include cost, accuracy, reliabillity, completeness, and speed."
Is your business and your IT applications performing the way your customers, business partners, and investors expect it to? This is where performance testing comes in. It's the process that determines the speed, effectiveness, and reliability of a computer, an application, a device, or a network. For such testing procedures to be reliable, it usually involves... read more...

IT Capacity Planning – Capacity Management

In the business world, the word “capacity” has a very broad meaning. It can pertain to the amount of data (in gigabytes) that a hard disk can contain. In some cases, it can refer to the maximum amount of data that can be received through a communication channel under ideal conditions. And it can also refer to non-technical stuff like the amount of work an organization can complete in a stipulated period of time. When it comes to IT, however, capacity planning and management refers to the estimation of bandwidth, hardware, and software resources that... read more...

IT Automation

It has different names: some call it IT process automation (ITPA); others call it Run Book Automation (RBA); while others are more familiar with the term Business Process Automation (BPA). However, they all have the same definition - IT Automation is the automation of complex IT/Business processes and tasks beyond traditional data manipulation through the help of modern IT technologies.
It isn’t just about “counting the business.” IT automation is about “running the business!”. It’s more about dealing with mission-critical processes that are event-driven and at the heart of an enterprise... read more...

IT Monitoring

The idea behind IT monitoring – keeping track of your network’s stability; server performance; applications’ responsiveness; etc. – is simple. It is to make sure that your IT infrastructure performs to the level needed to keeping your business running.
Back then, monitoring is as basic as sending a "ping" to a device to ensure that it’s up. Businesses of today, however, need something far more extensive than that. While it’s nice to know if your devices are running, IT administrators and professionals also need to know… read more...
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