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Contain Costs and Mitigate Risks of Transactions on the Middleware Superhighway 

Mon December 14, 2015 03:04 PM

In today's distributed application environments, more than ever before, there is a need for proactive middleware management and monitoring solutions. Issues are no longer relegated to enterprise messaging backbones like IBM WebSphere MQ and now include many external integrations and feeding points like application servers, brokers for data transformation, external gateways such as IBM WebSphere DataPower, Web services, and other data sources. In the typical use of standard IBM WebSphere MQ monitoring products, notification of issues in that larger middleware domain were non-existent. But today that is insufficient and dangerous.

How do you manage all of these complex environments easily, while containing costs, mitigating risk, and still getting home for dinner each night? In this article, learn an approach to middleware management from the experiences of an IT veteran; an expert in management and monitoring of transactional environments. Discover a simple visualization technique for understanding your middleware world and find out how to expand the monitored environment without overburdening staff.

You will learn:

  • The 4 rules of thumb for ensuring you have the right approach and solution to managing your middleware environment
  • Why productivity is now more important than ever in IT management
  • Why transactional integrity is at risk (yes, even in your environment)
  • Why you want to rethink log analysis and forensic problem analysis overall
  • Where to look for and identify the feeders and consumers of middleware data – and why pinpointing them is critical
  • Why you need to be careful about which middleware management solutions you purchase – and consider the cost of additional consulting fees required to make it work

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