Efficiency and Cost Control in Network and Application Management
By Enterprise Management Associates for Fluke Networks
Published 2009; Posted July 2009
Today’s connected businesses depend on reliable and predictable access to the application servers, data storage, and partner ecosystems which networks interconnect, and when there is any disruption, quick troubleshooting and rapid restoration is of paramount importance. The responsible approach to managing networks, however, dictates a shift from being efficiently reactive to problems towards a proactive, preventive disposition. Accomplishing this maturity step requires a comprehensive set of strategies, practices, and tools that reduces quality risk across the lifecycle of your networks and applications, focused on proactively assuring quality services in support of the broader organization.
In this paper by industry analyst Enterprise Management Associate's, you'll learn:
Key strategies to make the transition from reactive to proactive operations
How taking a "lifecycle approach" reduces costs and improves performance
How to reduce "time to repair",
prevent problems and optimize your existing infrastructure
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