Optimizing Virtual Environments Requires Self-Learning Performance Management
sponsored by Netuitive

The explosive growth of virtualization is rapidly breaking down the connection between infrastructure and application performance. It has always been difficult, but it is now nearly impossible to infer application performance from infrastructure monitoring. With so many moving parts, IT systems can overwhelm existing management tools with thousands of meaningless performance and availability alerts. Sifting through the noise has always been difficult, but in the age of virtualization, it is humanly impossible

Self-learning performance management could be the competitive advantage that enables IT to keep control over IT resources, tune services more precisely and meet stringent service-level requirements.

Read this white paper to learn more about the requirements for managing performance in virtual environments, how to bring predictability to virtual environments, and how self-learning performance management simplifies managing virtual environments.

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