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Common Server Management with Novell Operations Center (Part 2 of 3): Correlating Management Sources
Now it is time to add the first management data source, for this example we have a management tool that has a break out of the server and a few different types of monitoring.
Novell Operations Center meets WorkloadIQ - Monitoring and Measuring Intelligently
What a fast year it has been and what a crazy last couple of weeks for us on the Business Service Management team at Novell. Wednesday was launch day for us and a very exciting time! A time to reflect as well as I spoke to many in the press this week always being asked just what this Business Service Management technology is, what do companies need, how does it differ from the competition, what is your longevity secret sauce and what makes it different than all the rest with this WorkloadIQ approach. I found this intriguing and a very exciting time for the technology in the days of mixed physical, virtual and cloud environments.
Submitted by: mhudnall on Thu. 11.11.2010
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, Cloud, Integration, Intelligent Workload Management, IT Management, Monitoring, Virtualization
Product: Business Service Management, Operations Center
The layout view used to create visualizations in Novell Operations Center (NOC) supports the use of drawing templates. These templates allow us to “create once” and “use everywhere” when creating our visualizations.
Click Read More to learn how to construct these templates.
Sometimes the most mundane items can make all the difference
We all think we know what's going on with our IT systems, but do we really? Are we all good or minutes away from a catastrophic failure?
Technology in the data center is evolving at a rapid rate and chasing new technologies such as virtualization and cloud are the management tools. Retro-fitting old management tools for new technology has many vendors busy as one option to existing customers. Whenever dramatically new technology options come to the data center, it is always a moment to pause and evaluate current and newly available options. The discussion regarding management tools has always centered around framework, single vendor or a mix of best in breed, niche vendors. However, today that discussion also includes open source low cost or free options at the monitoring level.
Submitted by: mhudnall on Mon. 11.08.2010
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, Integration, Intelligent Workload Management, IT Management, Monitoring
Product: Business Service Management