Performance Vision can help you master these challenges and find the right solution to your performance degradations.
The first objective of Performance Vision is to help reduce the time during which users and business operations are impacted by slowdowns.
Performance Vision can alert you as soon as the end user response time exceeds the service level defined for your critical applications. Before users even notice the issue and start complaining, IT administrators can analyze the origin of the issue and save valuable hours of productivity for the business.
Performance Vision provides you, from the first click, a clear understanding of the origin and impact of the degradation:
Performance Vision provides an intuitive workflow, which drives you from a Business Critical Application dashboard that continuously reports on the end user experience for your critical applications, to an individual application transaction that is the source of the degraded performance. Going through this entire workflow takes only 4 mouse clicks!
If you do not have any performance measurement tool, performance degradations often generate unproductive exchanges and conflicts between the different groups within IT: everyone’s focus remains on showing that they are not responsible for the degradation and that the perimeter they cover works fine.
Performance Vision can help you change this process by:
Once this information becomes available to anyone within IT, the designated group is clearly accountable, diagnoses and solves the issue without any delay.
Degradations can occur on any part of your application delivery chain, including virtualized infrastructure and in elements hosted in the Cloud. It is crucial that your organization can protect itself from performance issues in a virtualized infrastructure.
Application chains can be hosted in virtual server farms. To troubleshoot performance issues, you need to be able to capture and analyze virtual traffic (i.e. traffic which remains within a virtualization host). Performance Vision powered in combination with virtual TAPs can capture traffic, even if it does not reach the physical interfaces of the virtualization host.
Virtualization facilitates the implementation of redundant datacenter infrastructures; you can dynamically distribute your servers depending on the resources available in your datacenters. This technology creates new challenges when it comes to troubleshooting: you do not know where your servers are at any point of time and you need to monitor all your datacenters with a single performance management solution.
Performance Vision’s distributed architecture can keep track of your applications distributed over several datacenters. With its simple and affordable infrastructure you can monitor your datacenters as if they were only one.
Performance Vision’s Network based approach of Application Performance Management can monitor applications hosted in your infrastructure as well as cloud applications. By capturing the traffic from your users to the external cloud providers, you can integrate cloud applications into your monitoring processes, as if they were traditional applications. Performance Vision will provide you with objective data & reports to help your team manage external application vendors.