IT Ops pros could certainly benefit from mobile monitoring tools that let them access monitoring tools wherever they are. Unfortunately, there seem to be few of them just yet.
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Change is an inevitable aspect of any system, and IT Ops is no different. The trick is having tools in place to deal with changes that upset the system.
As we move to virtualized environments, monitoring presents a challenge to IT Ops pros, who must find ways to track a shifting instead of a fixed environment.
What happens to management agents and products as physical servers become virtual servers? How do we monitor and manage a virtual environment? These questions have led to an entirely new set of tools for monitoring virtual infrastructures. This post serves as a starter list for products which are addressing these challenges. What qualifies as aRead More
As companies make the transition to the cloud, it’s not always easy to map your monitoring software to cloud applications and cloud vendors are only beginning to address the problem.
Last week, Amazon announced new APIs that enable monitoring tool vendors and enterprise customers to integrate some basic EC2 monitoring status updates directly into monitoring software. It’s not ideal by any means, but it’s a start.
When DISA, a key technology department at the DoD, has its web site and internal services go down for the better part of week, you know it can happen to anyone. But that might not make you feel any better, should such a disaster ever happen on your watch.
It might be tough to hear, but IT is sometimes perceived as being inflexible inside organizations, and it could be time for a kindler, gentler more flexible IT group.