The IBM System x 3350 is a rack server designed for single-application hosting. This datasheet explains the details and benefits of the x3350, including its energy efficiency, high availability and outstanding performance, as well as the integrated systems management tools that help you manage complexity.
Let’s face it, DBAs have a tough job. DBAs must manage a complex set of tasks including ensuring high performance and availability, maintaining business critical production applications and managing changes.
The world of IT is rapidly transforming — from back office process automation to front line engagement. Put another way, IT no longer supports the business, it *is* the business. The challenge is, the application architectures and processes of existing applications are inadequate to support the requirements of tomorrow’s IT. This presentation will discuss the changing nature of business and customer engagement and discuss what capabilities IT must put in place to deliver the next generation of enterprise applications.
Watch this IBM webcast featuring Gartner’s Cameron Haight, to learn how APM and DevOps have changed with agile practices. In just 30 minutes you’ll learn how to:
- Streamline the innovation process with APM
- Evaluate APM tools
- Apply APM across the full DevOps tool chain, from development to production
- Accelerate product releases across hybrid cloud environments with APM
Application downtime is just one of many costs associated with a fragmented application performance management (APM) strategy. Learn the 5 steps to simplify Application Performance Management through this infographic.
IBM's Application Performance Management solutions, long known as a best of breed solutions for managing traditionally hosted enterprise applications, is extending its capabilities for new deployment paradigms.