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Memaksimalkan nilai bisnis dari IT

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How to maximise the business value of ITPosted on January 20, 2015 by  in  “I don’t need a hard disk in my computer if I can get to the server faster,” said Steve Jobs in 1997. This has come true and the time is not far when entire businesses are going to be run from the cloud. Businesses will also use the other arms of the Nexus of Forces – social, mobile, and analytics – to drive employee productivity and deepen customer relationships in the next few years. But a day will come when this will not be enough to compete. Companies will need to use the Internet of Things (IoT) to build innovative business models with smart machines. By 2020, there will be over 30 billion devices wirelessly connected to the IoT. As technologies move on the Technology Hype Cycle, IT leaders have to make the right investment choices and make their companies truly digital. It is only then that they can integrate IT to business obje…

IT Workflow Automation di OpManager

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Administrators have preset routine (run book) tasks to perform either during network faults or as an on-going maintenance task. These first level troubleshooting steps and repetitive laborious maintenance tasks can now be orchestrated and automated through powerful IT workflow automation engine. OpManager’s IT workflow automation: Code-free IT workflow automation with out-of-the-box checks and actions.An agile and flexible drag-n-drop workflow builderInitiate IT workflow on network faults or on a routine basisRecord the IT workflow procedures as an XML and ensure structured practices across ITAudit trails of workflow progresses and logs with detailed workflow execution log reports Code-free IT workflow automation with out-of-the-box checks and actions Over 70 workflow checks and actions grouped under 9 different categories, including VMware ESX actions are available for you to construct a powerful workfl…

OpManager Free Edition utk monitoring jaringan Anda.

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Enterprise software vendors often offer free versions of their tools, typically geared toward smaller organizations with limited budgets. ManageEngine OpManager is a monitoring tool that's available in free and paid versions. OpManager Free Edition, which can be licensed to manage up to 10 devices, provides useful information about servers and other monitoring devices. Here's a look at how it works: After downloading OpManager Free Edition online and installing it on your machine, inform the Setup wizard that you want the Free Edition. Otherwise, it defaults to a 30-day trial version. Next, choose the devices you want to monitor. To do this, enter an IP address (or an IP address range) and a set of credentials. OpManager uses authentication credentials -- ones not requiring agents -- to connect to monitored devices. The software supports the use of SNMP (versions 1, 2, and 3), Windows/WMI, Telnet/SSH, and VMware. Figure 1 shows a breakdown of CPU and memory use across monitor…

IT TREND 2015 menurut Riverbed

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IT trends - what to expect in 2015 by Steve Riley | January 26, 2015 07:00 AM PST | Comments (0) In late 2014, I took a moment to think about a few trends enterprise IT should expect to see for 2015. I’d like to explore these trends a little further. Network functions virtualization takes off, even without SDN 2015 will see continued development of SDN technologies, and buyer confusion will not abate as the incumbent switch and router vendors jockey for position. But NFV, already being widely deployed into service providers, will make its way into “classical” enterprise networks without the need for any SDN refresh (which, curiously, may require new hardware). Virtualized network functions allow organizations to dynamically provision networks wherever they’re needed, on an on-demand basis, independent of any underlying fabric. While SDN continues to attract much attention, actual enterprise deployment remains low. Like “cloud,” “SDN” has been defined and redefined in various ways, ofte…

Magic Quadrant untuk Network performance dan Diagnostic

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Network professionals must support an increasing number of technologies and services. With adoption of software-defined networking and network function virtualization, troubleshooting becomes more complex. NPMD tools help detect application issues, identify root causes and perform capacity planning. Market Definition/Description Network performance monitoring and diagnostics (NPMD) enable network professionals to understand the performance of applications and infrastructure components via network instrumentation. Other users and use cases exist, especially because these tools provide insight into the quality of the end-user experience. The goal of NPMD products is not only to monitor the network components to facilitate outage and degradation resolution, but also to identify performance optimization opportunities. This is conducted via diagnostics, analytics and debugging capabilities to complement additional monitoring of today's complex IT environments.
At an estimated $1 billio…