Presentation Transcript: The 10 Pitfalls of Monitoring Cloud Application Performance

Presentation Transcript: The 10 Pitfalls of Monitoring Cloud Application Performance


Every day we hear from vendors how cloud computing provides essentially limitless capacity that makes application performance issues a thing of the past. The reality, however, is much different. While cloud computing indeed has much promise, cloud architectures can introduce unexpected and significant application performance problems that can bring your critical web applications to a halt.

Whether you’re deploying your applications to an externally hosted cloud or private cloud at your company, or if you’re building out cloud infrastructure for others to run their applications, read this presentation transcript so that you’re not blindsided by the new challenges introduced by cloud architectures.

In this presentation transcript, we’ll present lessons learned from early adopters of cloud computing, and how to avoid their missteps.


Al Sargent Sr. Product Marketing Manager, VMware

Al Sargent is Sr. Product Marketing Manager, vFabric Cloud Application Platform, VMware. Al works closely with VMware’s engineering teams towards the continued delivery of Hyperic and other products. Prior to VMware, Al held product & engineering roles with Wily Technology (now part of CA), Mercury Interactive (now part of HP), Oracle, as well as leading cloud computing startups. Al holds a B.S., Symbolic Systems, from Stanford University, and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.

VMware, Inc.
14 Jan 2011
14 Jan 2011
38 Page(s)
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