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Saturday, November 03, 2012

Prospek Cerah Bisnis e-Commerce di Indonesia

Achmad Rouzni Noor II - detikInet

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Jakarta - Industri e-Commerce punya potensi besar di Indonesia. Seiring pertumbuhan akses internet, transaksi jual beli online yang diperkirakan bisa mencapai Rp 330 triliun tahun ini masih bisa terus meningkat di tahun mendatang.

Belum hadirnya momen yang pas dan kultur masyarakat yang masih kental dengan model bisnis konvensional, dinilai oleh Founder dan CEO PriceArea.com Andry Suhaili, sebagai salah satu kendala utama yang bisa menghambat pertumbuhan bisnis e-commerce.

"Belum lagi dengan infrastruktur teknologi dan akses internet yang belum merata di Indonesia, e-commerce seperti fenomena gunung es yang siap mencair," kata Andry dalam keterangan yang diterima detikINET, Jumat (2/11/2012).

Asosiasi Penyelenggara Jasa Internet Indonesia (APJII) mencatat pengguna internet di Indonesia hingga Juni 2012 kemarin baru mencapai 62,9 juta. Menurut Ketua Umum APJII Sammy Pangerapan, jumlahnya baru 25% dari total populasi penduduk.

Dalam tiga tahun ke depan, APJII yang berinisiatif mendeklarasikan Indonesia Internet Governance (ID-IGF) bersama komunitas teknologi informasi komunikasi, berupaya untuk menjalankan tata kelola internet agar bisa memenuhi target 50% yang dicanangkan World Summit of Information Society (WSIS) untuk seluruh negara dunia.

Jika pengguna internet tumbuh pesat di atas angka 100 juta, apalagi jika Indonesia bisa memenuhi target WSIS untuk Millenium Development Goals 2015 dengan jumlah penetrasi 125 juta, pasar bisnis e-commerce diyakini bisa tumbuh sedikitnya dua kali lipat.

Tokobagus.com yang baru saja meraih penghargaan sebagai Best User Interface dalam ajang Indonesia Top e-Commerce 2012 yang diselenggarakan PriceArea, juga sudah pasang ancang-ancang untuk menguasai mayoritas bisnis e-Commerce di Indonesia.

"Dari 100 juta pengguna internet di Indonesia dalam beberapa tahun ke depan, kami sedikitnya ingin melayani 50% dari pasar yang ada. Kami akan buat e-commerce semudah mungkin. Bahkan nenek Anda pun bisa berjualan lewat e-commerce," kata Michal Klar, Managing Director Tokobagus.com.

Bakrie Telecom yang semula fokus mengembangkan akses telekomunikasi dengan teknologi CDMA pun tak mau tinggal diam dan ingin ikut ambil bagian dalam pemetaan bisnis e-commerce di Indonesia.

"Tingginya pertumbuhan pengguna internet di Indonesia, baik melalui desktop maupun smartphone dan munculnya budaya online shopping membuat BTEL percaya bahwa e-commerce merupakan salah satu strategi tepat untuk mendorong pertumbuhan di masa mendatang," tutur Hilal Achmad, Head of Digital Marketing Bakrie Telecom.

e-Commerce Terbaik

Cerahnya prospek bisnis e-commerce di Indonesia akhirnya membuat PriceArea tergerak untuk menyediakan platform mesin pencari khusus produk yang dijual secara online. PriceArea.com sendiri dibangun dan dikembangkan oleh ARTIC Advertising.

"Untuk memacu pertumbuhan e-commerce, sekaligus memperluas networking di antara para merchant, kami pun menggelar Indonesia Top e-Commerce 2012," kata Andry

Kontes e-commerce terbaik dengan voting online itu telah dijalankan selama tiga bulan, sejak Juni hingga September 2012. "Dari 80 ribu merchant lokal aktif akhirnya terpilih 30 finalis, dan kami telah memilih enam dan satu e-commerce idola," katanya.

Berikut adalah kategori dan pemenang Indonesia Top e-Commerce 2012:

1. Best User Interface: Tokobagus.com
2. Best Ecommerce Solution: CHAT.co.id
3. Best B2C: Glodokshop.com
4. Best Social Media Campaign: Blibli.com
5. Best eFashion: PinkEmma.com
6. Best Small Medium Enterprise: Bebitang.com

Untuk e-commerce Idola, apresiasi diberikan kepada PinkEmma.com

"Kesungguhan kami dalam menyelenggarakan kontesi ini merupakan bentuk penghargaan tertinggi kami kepada setiap insan e-commerce untuk dapat bersinar di ranah lokal," pungkas Andry.


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PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced website monitoring support for Applications Manager, its on-premise application performance monitoring solution. Thanks to deeper integration with Site24x7, the company's SaaS-based web infrastructure monitoring service, Applications Manager monitors over 50+ apps and servers out of the box, from within the corporate datacenter. In turn, Applications Manager users can monitor their websites and other online services from both within their datacenter and from multiple external locations. They also get performance reports from different geographical locations as well as a unified alarm console.

Applications Manager monitors applications and supporting components such as servers, databases and web servers using an on-premise model of monitoring. Site24x7 is a hosted website monitoring service that monitors customer-facing websites and web applications from multiple geographical locations worldwide. By integrating performance metrics from Site24x7 into Applications Manager, businesses can now make use of a hybrid monitoring model that combines the benefits of both on-premise and hosted models of monitoring. Now, businesses can see the performance of their websites from different geographical locations — closer to their users' and visitors' locations — in addition to the monitoring from their corporate LAN.

"With the aid of full data integration of Site24x7 into Applications Manager, our users get the benefits of analytics from multiple domains"

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"With the aid of full data integration of Site24x7 into Applications Manager, our users get the benefits of analytics from multiple domains," said Gibu Mathew, director of product management at ManageEngine. "It is a monitoring approach that uses the best of both worlds and enables businesses to get a better understanding of the user experience, closer to how their websites behave for actual users."

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The integration between Applications Manager and Site24x7 enables monitoring of applications from both within the corporate datacenter and from multiple external locations — exactly the way a visitor experiences a site. This hybrid monitoring model provides Applications Manager users with visibility into how their servers are performing within the LAN and other issues affecting website performance, such as DNS problems.

There is automatic syncing of the groups of URLs configured in Site24x7 with Applications Manager, which means the configuration data of Site24x7 can be imported to Applications Manager without the need to recreate them in Applications Manager.

Users also get a unified alarm console where the alerts from Site24x7 are synchronized into the Alarms and Operations views in Applications Manager. They can also integrate performance views from Site24x7 into custom dashboards in Applications Manager.

Pricing and Availability

Applications Manager 10.8 is available immediately with prices starting at $795 for up to 25 servers or applications. To take advantage of the new Site24x7-powered feature, users must have an account established in Site24x7. A free, fully functional, 30-day trial version of Applications Manager is available at http://ow.ly/7evOs. Sign up for a Site24x7 account at http://ow.ly/eKENA.

Applications Manager users who want to make use of the integrated monitoring approach should purchase Site24x7 separately and specify the Site24x7 account credentials in Applications Manager. A sample Site24x7 pricing for monitoring 10 websites is $40 per month for the Professional account.

For more information on ManageEngine Applications Manager, please visit http://manageengine.com/apm, and for more information on Site24x7, visit http://www.site24x7.com. For more information on ManageEngine, please visit http://www.manageengine.com; follow the company blog at http://blogs.manageengine.com, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ManageEngine and on Twitter at @ManageEngine.

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Site24x7 is a web infrastructure monitoring service that helps to monitor the uptime and performance of websites, online applications and servers. The monitoring is done from 40+ locations across the world, thus giving you a global perspective of the end-user experience. Site24x7 supports monitoring HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, TCP, IMAP, SSL, Ping, FTP, SFTP, DNS and other internet facing network services. For more information on Site24x7, please visit http://www.site24x7.com/.

About ManageEngine

ManageEngine delivers the real-time IT management tools that empower an IT team to meet an organization's need for real-time services and support. Worldwide, more than 65,000 established and emerging enterprises — including more than 60 percent of the Fortune 500 — rely on ManageEngine products to ensure the optimal performance of their critical IT infrastructure, including networks, servers, applications, desktops and more. ManageEngine is a division of Zoho Corp. with offices worldwide, including the United States, United Kingdom, India, Japan and China. For more information, please visit http://www.manageengine.com/; follow the company blog at http://blogs.manageengine.com/, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ManageEngine and on Twitter at @ManageEngine.

Site24x7 and ManageEngine are registered trademarks of Zoho Corp. All other brand names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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Thursday, November 01, 2012

FITUR BARU DALAM NAGIOS XI 2012

New Features In Nagios XI 2012

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Nagios XI 2012 is a major upgrade over Nagios XI 2011 and is available free of charge (in Standard Edition format) to Nagios XI customers with a current support and maintenance contract. Promotional pricing is available to current customers who wish to upgrade from Standard to Enterprise edition.
Customers who don't have an active support and maintenance contract can obtain the upgrade by renewing online.

Edition Features

Nagios XI 2012 is available in two editions – Standard and Enterprise. The features available in each edition are show in the table below.
Features \ Edition
Standard
Enterprise
Benefit
Configuration Rollback
Allows administrators to easily recover from configuration errors by rolling back to known good snapshots.
New wizards and components
New wizards and components add additional functionality and are automatically installed and upgraded with each new release.
Tools menu
Allows users to integrate custom and 3rd-party applications directly into the XI interface to increase productivity.
Bandwidth report
Provides detailed daily, monthly, quarterly, and yearly bandwidth reports for routers and switches.
Executive summary report
Provides management, administrators, and decision-makers with at-a-glance visibility into recent alerts and activity.
Heartbeat monitoring
Provides essential monitoring of critical hosts and applications on remote machines.
Custom action URLs
Provides users with ability to add customized links to each host and service.
NOC screens
Provides at-a-glance overview of IT operations from a single screen.
Host rename tool
Allows administrators to quickly and efficiently rename hosts and retain historical performance and alert data.
Emailed reports
Allows users to quickly email reports to themselves, team members, and other decision makers.
Enhanced Configuration GUI
Improved GUI for monitoring configuration makes complex tasks easier.
Mobile Interface
Provides compact, intuitive interface for mobile phones and devices.
Custom Host and Service Actions
Allows administrators to define commands and actions that are readily available to user for troubleshooting and fixing problems, opening trouble tickets, and more.
Capacity planning report
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Provides trending analysis and capacity planning for predicting future upgrade requirements.
Web-based server console access
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Provides fast, web-based access to the XI server console for performing upgrades and maintenance.
Advanced business process monitoring
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Provides advanced reporting of critical business processes with automatic group synchronization, advanced grouping logic, and advanced permissions.
Scheduled reports
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Provides regularly scheduled reports to be sent to decision makers, management, and administrators via email.
Scheduled pages
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Allows users to schedule any XI web page to be delivered via email as PDF attachments on a scheduled basis. Great for sending dashboards, custom screens, and more.
Bulk modification tool
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Allows administrators to quickly modify attributes of thousands of hosts and services in a few simple steps.
Bulk notification settings tool
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Allows administrators to quickly deploy notification settings to users in a few simple steps.
Audit Logging
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Provides an audit trail of changes and modifications to ensure policy compliance.
Improved Autodiscovery
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Provides easy integration with bulk monitoring wizard for rapid monitoring of newly discovered devices.
Remote Machine Monitoring
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Provides easy to use monitoring of remote machines and devices on external networks without firewall modifications.
Escalation Wizard
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Allows users to easily create notification escalation policies.

Warp speed Network Access Control

By James D. Brown, CTO, StillSecure
Network Access Control products have to do a lot of work compared to other security products. It monitors the network for endpoints joining and leaving, matches endpoints to a particular security policy based on a variety of factors, checks endpoints for compliance, potentially fixes problems on endpoints, and then gives them the right level of access to the network, and that’s just for starters. NACs also help manage mobile devices and brought-from-home computing devices, provide guest access functionality, and provide an enterprise-wide snapshot across a variety of security tools, settings, and patch levels. I can’t think of another security tool that takes on so much in one solution.
Network Access Control (NAC) products spend a lot of their time (80-90%) checking endpoints for compliance before making a decision as to what level of access they should receive on the network. This time determines how long it takes users to gain access to your network, and it determines how expensive it is to scale a solution to meet the needs of a large enterprise. The faster a NAC can check compliance, the more quickly it can move on to other endpoints, and the fewer enforcement points you need for a given network.
Interestingly, NACs perform a lot of the same functions as vulnerability scanners, but under vastly different time constraints: a NAC has to test fast enough so that end users can become productive quickly. This means seconds: we humans are an impatient lot. Vulnerability scanners on the other hand only have to be fast enough so that they can test a network over the course of days or weeks. That means multiple minutes are often no problem. It should come as no surprise, then, that NACs that leverage vulnerability scan engines for compliance checking get left in the dust by purpose-built compliance engines in the market today.
Since NAC spends so much time scanning endpoints, it’s not a wonder that many vendors limit the number of checks significantly to make up some time, or that their appliances can scale only to a few thousand endpoints. Limiting the number of checks greatly limits capabilities, and deploying large numbers of enforcement points is painful, costly to manage, and difficult to justify. Throw in the fact that most NACs are hardware appliance-based, and can’t be virtualized, and you’re really in trouble.
StillSecure’s Safe Access was purpose built for compliance scanning back in 2004. It can test an endpoint for its entire test set of 1600 checks in 2 seconds or less, and uses only about 650KB of data transfer to do it. That’s real speed, and it allows Safe Access to manage an order of magnitude more endpoints than its nearest competitor on comparable hardware. That testing speed means you can deploy fewer policy enforcement points in your network, and get users productive quicker and at lower cost. And, if you don’t like the idea of buying more hardware, you can run Safe Access in a virtual machine and save a bundle.
This is why Safe Access has been deployed successfully for years in some of the largest intranets in the world.

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