Join us for the first Singapore VMUG of 2019 sponsored by eG Innovations. In this round we will be talking about Application Performance Management. Make sure you stay until the end as we have a few exciting giveaways.
Agenda (times are estimates as always):
6:00 pm - Registration opens
6:30 pm - Introductions and Opening Statements
6:35 pm - Sponsor Presentation - Antony Nirmal -How application performance affects the operation of your virtual infrastructure
7:20 pm - Networking Break and Refreshments
7:50 pm - Community Session - Ronald Buder - Practical Performance Management on vSphere
8:35 pm - Closing Remarks, Lucky Draw
9:00 pm - End
Name : Antony Nirmal
About : Technical consultant over 15+ years of IT experience related to Application Development , Consulting and Delivering monitoring solutions for VDI/Cloud infrastructures.
User Experience can be affected by application performance but are harder to detect/isolate and affects overall time to repair.
Many a times, infrastructure teams may find it difficult to differentiate Application from infrastructure because they do not have a converged view of how application affects infrastructure and vice versa and do not have the necessary know-how to interpret applications behaviour.
In this session, eG Innovations will share best practice in managing complex applications performance across physical and virtual infrastructure to achieve the following:
- Understand application dependencies on IT infrastructure
- Isolate the root cause of application issues and avoid finger-pointing
- Troubleshoot issues faster and meet SLAs by increasing MTTR
- Optimize infrastructure capacity for maximum performance
- Gain actionable answers to performance issues, wherever they originate, from application code to bare metal
Name: Ronald Buder
About: 15+ years of Enterprise IT experience in engineering, development, automation and QA related fields, ~12 years on virtualization / cloud products
Abstract: Practical application performance management in virtualised and cloud environments using VMware's vROps platform. This is not going to be limited to the product but will rather focus on principles and correlations.