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Java is one of the most popular technologies used for application development. Tens of thousands of web and mobile applications are built on Java around the world. Some highlights of Java’s advantages include its security, scalability, portability and compatibility – among the most sought characteristics for building highly demanding and performance-sensitive applications, as seen in banking, trading, and other financial corporations. Speed is absolutely critical for these low-latency applications. If a Java-based trading application is not able to manage handling large in-memory data sets in real time, business-critical transactions will stall. Just a few milliseconds of delay can be disastrous and result in heavy financial losses. The role of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) in Java’s server-side architecture plays a major role in memory management for these high-f... (more)

Multi-Hypervisor #Monitoring | @CloudExpo #DevOps #AI #DX #Virtualization

Simplifying the Monitoring of Multi-Hypervisor Infrastructures Over the years, many enterprises have achieved tremendous cost reductions and management simplicity through virtualizing their IT infrastructure. According to Gartner, while some firms have virtualized over 90% of their servers, on an average, most firms have over 75% of their servers in a virtualized infrastructure, indicating the growth and maturity of the x86 server virtualization market. VMware dominated the virtualization market for several years but organizations are now also adopting other hypervisors such as ... (more)

What’s New in eG Enterprise Universal Management Pack for Microsoft SCOM v6.2?

The eG Universal Management Pack for SCOM, part of the eG Enterprise IT performance monitoring suite, augments Microsoft SCOM’s monitoring capabilities, enabling it to become a truly unified monitoring and diagnosis console for today’s heterogeneous IT infrastructures. The recent release of eG Enterprise version 6.2 has introduced newer functionality and greater monitoring support for the eG Universal Management Pack for SCOM. In this article, we’ll look at these new features in detail. #1 Infrastructure-Wide Unified Management Topology With this new release, administrators can no... (more)

Using Microsoft SCOM to Monitor Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop: What Are Your Choices?

Not surprisingly, many organizations that use Citrix technologies for remote desktop and application access are Microsoft Windows shops. Many of these organizations already have a deployment of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) for infrastructure monitoring. While SCOM is a great tool for monitoring Microsoft applications, there is no native support for monitoring Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop. For organizations that need to monitor their Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop using Microsoft SCOM, there are only two management pack options available in the market. In this ... (more)

Upgrading to Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop 7.x: Five Best Practices for Performance Assurance

The clock is ticking on Citrix XenApp 6.5. End-of-life (EoL) process for XenApp 6.5 has already commenced and we are nearing the end-of-maintenance (EoM) period (June 30, 2018). As organizations go through with the process of upgrading to the latest XenApp and XenDesktop 7.x, it is important to ensure there is no performance degradation during and after migration. The upgraded platform should be on par with, or deliver better performance than the older version of XenApp/XenDesktop. Only then can the upgrade be considered a success. A typical migration process is not an easy swit... (more)