Health Monitoring

Owen Garrett, Riverbed Technology
Owen Garrett explains how to monitor the health of your application using Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager.
Jan 24 2014
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Health Monitoring
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  • HP Propel on-premise was introduced in the summer of 2014, and since then, its set of features is growing at a brisk pace. Join us for this webinar and learn about our newest features from the HP Propel 1.1 release. We will discuss the new Jumpstart module which helps you extend the portal so that you can provide more services to your business users without increasing costs or resources. You will hear about our SDK (Software Development Kit) module for Service Exchange which enables you to modify the existing connectors or create brand new integration.

    This session will include live demos of:
    HP Propel portal and aggregated catalog, including the composite bundling from different catalogs
    Case exchange
  • Mobile is no longer a supplementary channel for the enterprise; It is quickly becoming the primary channel to deliver business critical information and experiences to partners, customers and employees. Join Sarvesh Jagannivas, VP of Product Marketing at MuleSoft, and Uri Sarid, CTO at MuleSoft, as they discuss the mobile enterprise opportunity, and the biggest challenges preventing successful mobile delivery.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    - Why mobile applications are the new imperative for the enterprise
    - The top challenges preventing rapid, scalable and secure mobile application development
    - Three case studies of industry leaders who are building mobile enterprises
  • SaaS-based applications like Salesforce.com are increasingly relevant to companies to compete and grow their business. However, the opportunity of faster time to value and availability offered by Cloud and SaaS comes with an urgent need to automate the application development and release processes. Learn how CA’s internal IT team used CA Release Automation to reduce software release times by simplifying and standardizing the release process and minimizing errors.
    oAn 80% reduction in release errors during deployment
    oSoftware release times reduced by 4-5x times
  • Building your own connector may be a good option to explore whether you need a connector with a specific functionality or want to connect to a system without a pre-built connector. While getting started can seem daunting at first, the challenge often becomes much more manageable when you understand the tools and resources that are available.

    Join this webinar to:
    - Get an introduction to MuleSoft’s SDK, DevKit
    - Watch a demo on how to build a reusable connector in 15 minutes
    - Get tips and advice from experts who’ve successfully built connectors using DevKit
    - Learn what’s coming in the roadmap
  • The ROI numbers don’t lie. Service virtualization technology is critical to the success of a vibrant application economy. That’s the conclusion from voke, Inc. on their research of 500 companies across the globe. Organizations using service virtualization experience reduced defects and software lifecycles, and increased customer satisfaction.

    Specific ROI data from companies surveyed include:
    •46% reported a 41% or greater reduction in TOTAL defects
    •More than one-third reduced test cycle times by 50% or more
    •36% reported a 41% or greater reduction in production defects
    •More than 25% at least doubled test execution rates

    Hear service virtualization should be a cornerstone of testing automation to remove the barrier to releasing software faster and with greater quality.

    voke, Inc., will review the research showing how service virtualization is an essential technology with a strong and proven ROI used to deliver software that drives optimal business outcomes and removes constraints throughout the software delivery lifecycle.
  • The answer is YES! The ‘I’ in team doesn’t represent one single person in the apps development plan, rather it highlights the transformation of the once silo’d teams who support specific functions within the app lifecycle. The straight line of the ‘I’ symbolizes the one team approach that is making DevOps successful. Operations people are showing up in the testing phase of the application and the apps people are doing some measures and monitoring in operations. Recently, TechTarget named DevOps as one of six major data center trends for 2015. DevOps is no longer a new way to think about transformation; it is the ONLY way to bring together the silos that weigh down your business’ bottom line.

    Join our lively panel discussion with DevOps industry experts Paul Muller and Damon Edwards as they discuss:

    Common problems in traditional DevOps teams
    How these teams have changed to truly transform and become innovators
    How you can apply these ideas to your business to boost your bottom line
  • Many organizations have not been able to demonstrate that they have effective compliance management. In this session Stu Henderson describes failed attempts at compliance management, the factors causing the failures, and what you can do to develop effective compliance management. Recommendations will address relevant changes in technology, regulation, and tools, as well as organizational and procedural issues. Stu's practical recommendations are based on over a decade of observing real-life mainframe security practices, and the factors blocking their effectiveness. If you are a CISO, mainframe auditor, or the person responsible for regulatory compliance, you will learn useful steps you can take to improve the quality of your compliance and your ability to demonstrate it!
  • What’s new in ALM and Quality Center 12.2—Enhancing your teams efforts to delivering amazing Apps with confidence

    In March of 2014, HP Software released Apps 12, bringing a new standard of efficiency, ease of use and insight for application teams working to deliver high quality applications fast with confidence. Now, we are doubling-down on this experience and launching HP ALM and HP Quality Center 12.2, continuing to break new ground in ease of use, expanding the web client experience and driving simplified reporting and business rules support to meet your unique organizational needs.

    Join the HP ALM team as we walk through the key newly released capabilities of ALM and Quality Center 12.2 and visually demonstrate the enhanced user experience and web feature set.
  • Virtualization has come a long way since just being able to offer more efficient resources and improved HA. You’ve already invested heavily in VMware technology, but are you really getting the most from what they have to offer? Naturally you can’t be experts in everything, so join this session with Rackspace, the VMware specialists, as Lindsay shows you how to fully benefit from the latest developments and enable you to offer IT as a more cloud-like experience, without having to re-write any of your applications.

    o Understand the benefits of an Outsource model v’s On-Premise

    o Critical Success Factors to consider when outsourcing IT to managed hosting or the cloud

    o How to start your journey to the Managed Infrastructure Services

    o DR-to the-Cloud: Best Practices

    o VMware Dedicated vCenter, Server Virtualization and Dedicated VMware vCloud offerings
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  • Application Services and the SDDC: 5 Things You Need to Consider Recorded: Nov 12 2014 41 mins
    Applications and data centres are evolving to take advantage of the benefits of cloud and virtualization, including rapid deployment of resources, new licensing models and the reduction of costs. But how do application delivery services need to evolve to support the new software defined data center that is reshaping IT?

    Join Neil Abogado, Technical Evangelist for Riverbed Technology as he discusses the top 5 things you need to consider when it comes to applications and the software-defined data center and the key changes to application delivery that go hand in hand with the future of the data center.
  • Pushing the Boundaries of the Cloud: 3 Ways to Improve Performance and Security Recorded: Oct 15 2014 45 mins
    Customer workloads are drastically increasing traffic across your infrastructure, putting strain on your enterprise applications and workload delivery. At the same time new security threats are cropping up every month - from Heartbleed, GnuTLS to SQL injection. With these dual pressures becoming ever more apparent how do you keep your infrastructure up, efficient and still secure?

    Join Paul Wallace as he discusses 3 methods for delivering security and performance across your enterprise applications and offers tips for how to stay ahead of sophisticated attacks, and fast changing cloud environments.
  • Special Delivery: Applications, the Data Center and You Recorded: May 15 2014 45 mins
    As we move into the software-defined age, more and more of us are transforming the enterprise with private clouds, virtualization and hybrid IT. Yet prioritizing services to improve is a challenge and enacting any innovations can put additional strain on your data center, potentially taking you further away from your goals

    Delivering and managing applications is key to maintaining an agile business and can take valuable resource away from your already overloaded data center so that you can focus on the innovations that will prepare and define your organization for the future.

    So take Special Delivery of this interactive discussion with Application Expert Neil Abogado as he discusses your IT priorities and the critical importance of application delivery controllers (ADC) to the infrastructure. Attend now and discover more about:

    •Mega-trends and priorities that are top-of-mind for CIOs
    •The value of a software-defined application delivery environment
    •What automation and agility can mean for your organization
    •The intangible benefits of network services in a cloud environment
  • Content Caching - Accelerate your website Recorded: May 9 2014 3 mins
    Owen Garrett shows how to get great results from your website by quickly caching content.
  • Location-Independent Computing: Three ways to extend the reach of your cloud Recorded: Mar 12 2014 38 mins
    Hybrid cloud technologies are transforming the way we deliver applications to customers and employees, but organisations continue to have challenges connecting customers to applications and content. Global customers suffer from network latencies and bottlenecks which impact the user experience. Furthermore, in the race to build out high-performance applications, enterprises often buy more compute capacity than they need, because it is difficult to predict the rate of customer adoption, leading to high costs and inflexible infrastructure.

    Join Paul Wallace of Riverbed Technology, and learn how to:
    * Right-size your cloud resources and keep control of your costs
    * Turn distance and location into a competitive advantage
    * Mobilise your cloud with the industry's first ADC-as-a-Service solution
  • Health Monitoring Recorded: Jan 24 2014 2 mins
    Owen Garrett explains how to monitor the health of your application using Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager.
  • Basic Load Balancing with Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager Recorded: Jan 17 2014 2 mins
    Owen Garret shows how to use Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager to perform basic load balancing.
  • Introduction to Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager Recorded: Jan 7 2014 3 mins
    Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager can be used to control the delivery of critical business applications and services. Find out how.
  • Trends in Application Security Recorded: Dec 9 2013 48 mins
    In this previously recorded webcast, Paul Wallace goes through the trends in application security, and shows how to scale your security operations to keep your applications safe.
  • Three ways Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager can help Recorded: Dec 9 2013 3 mins
    Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager can be used to control the delivery of critical business applications and services. Whether those are external services, websites, APIs, email, or internal services, intranets, Lync, SharePoint - Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager gives users three main benefits…
  • Why do you need Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager? Recorded: Dec 9 2013 3 mins
    Find out how traffic managers help manage your website in the same way call management systems help your customer service reps.
  • Why do you need Riverbed Stingray Traffic Manager? Recorded: Dec 6 2013 3 mins
    Learn why traffic managers are important for business sucess.
  • SAP Enterprise Applications Recorded: Dec 4 2013 45 mins
    Performance and security with Riverbed Stingray.
    This webcast will go through SAP integration and certification, SAP deployment and SAP application performance.
  • What makes Stingray Traffic Manager different? Recorded: Nov 18 2013 3 mins
    Find out how writing rules will enable Stingray Traffic Manager to give flexibility to your application delivery.
  • Meet Jack, the IT Manager Recorded: Nov 12 2013 6 mins
    Meet Jack, a modern day IT operations manager: he’s responsible for ensuring all company systems run smoothly, including networks, applications, storage, and cloud systems. Find out how Jack uses Riverbed Stingray software to solve his application performance problems, giving him the flexibility to provide the perfect match of application delivery services for each and every application in his enterprise cloud. With Riverbed Stingray, Jack can manage the whole ADC lifecycle, scaling instances up and down to suit changes in workload, and charge back ADC usage to application owners to keep his costs under control.
  • ADC-as-a-Service: Automatisieren von Application Delivery in der Cloud Recorded: Jun 25 2013 28 mins
    Orchestration of compute and storage in the cloud is easy, but if you need to bring in higher-level Layer 7 services to support your application, such as dynamic content caching, global load balancing and content routing, you need to bring in separate software components to maintain optimal application performance, which themselves need to be automated for on-demand service creation.

    In this session we will look at how the process of provisioning application acceleration and security tools such as ADCs can be automated with tighter API integration, and we will also look at how a leading cloud technology organisation transformed the way they roll out ADC services, by automating deployment, licensing and usage metering of application delivery services, including:

    * Automated deployment, licensing and configuration
    * Rightsizing network services in a cloud environment
    * Using an ADC-as-a-Service model for network services
  • ADC-as-a-Service: Automating Application Delivery in the cloud Recorded: Jun 20 2013 47 mins
    Orchestration of compute and storage in the cloud is easy, but if you need to bring in higher-level Layer 7 services to support your application, such as dynamic content caching, global load balancing and content routing, you need to bring in separate software components to maintain optimal application performance, which themselves need to be automated for on-demand service creation.

    In this session we will look at how the process of provisioning application acceleration and security tools such as ADCs can be automated with tighter API integration, and we will also look at how a leading cloud technology organisation transformed the way they roll out ADC services, by automating deployment, licensing and usage metering of application delivery services, including:

    * Automated deployment, licensing and configuration
    * Rightsizing network services in a cloud environment
    * Using an ADC-as-a-Service model for network services.
  • Votre boitier ADC est-il prêt pour le Software-Defined Data Center ? Recorded: Apr 30 2013 37 mins
    Data centre transformation is accelerating beyond virtualization to next-generation cloud architectures and software-defined data centres, bringing new challenges for application performance, scalability and resilience. Traditional application delivery solutions focus on network control and load balancing, but there is a clear need for more flexibility and mobility in how, when and where Layer 7 services are deployed in this new virtual application delivery infrastructure.

    Riverbed Stingray is a high-performance application delivery controller, 100% software and designed for virtual and cloud applications. Stingray is easily integrated into automated application frameworks, and available for a wide range of virtual and cloud environments, making it the ideal application delivery tool for software-defined data centres.

    With industry-leading web acceleration and application-level security features, Stingray can scale and accelerate applications faster than traditional hardware load balancer technologies. And as software, it’s designed to work anywhere in your data centre or in cloud environments and can be easily integrated into an application stack.

    Attend this webinar to find out how to:

    • Unbox your application delivery network, and extend your application stack
    • Cut the cost of application delivery in virtual and cloud environments
    • Simplify your application lifecycle through automation and application integration
    • Enable access to application-level ADC capabilities and Layer 7 services.
  • The Software-Defined Data Centre: Is your ADC ready? Recorded: Apr 30 2013 42 mins
    Data centre transformation is accelerating beyond virtualization to next-generation cloud architectures and software-defined data centres, bringing new challenges for application performance, scalability and resilience. Traditional application delivery solutions focus on network control and load balancing, but there is a clear need for more flexibility and mobility in how, when and where Layer 7 services are deployed in this new virtual application delivery infrastructure.

    Riverbed Stingray is a high-performance application delivery controller, 100% software and designed for virtual and cloud applications. Stingray is easily integrated into automated application frameworks, and available for a wide range of virtual and cloud environments, making it the ideal application delivery tool for software-defined data centres.

    With industry-leading web acceleration and application-level security features, Stingray can scale and accelerate applications faster than traditional hardware load balancer technologies. And as software, it’s designed to work anywhere in your data centre or in cloud environments and can be easily integrated into an application stack.

    Attend this webinar to find out how to:

    • Unbox your application delivery network, and extend your application stack
    • Cut the cost of application delivery in virtual and cloud environments
    • Simplify your application lifecycle through automation and application integration
    • Enable access to application-level ADC capabilities and Layer 7 services.
  • Software Defined Data Centers: Ist Ihr ADC fit dafür? Recorded: Apr 30 2013 62 mins
    Data centre transformation is accelerating beyond virtualization to next-generation cloud architectures and software-defined data centres, bringing new challenges for application performance, scalability and resilience. Traditional application delivery solutions focus on network control and load balancing, but there is a clear need for more flexibility and mobility in how, when and where Layer 7 services are deployed in this new virtual application delivery infrastructure.

    Riverbed Stingray is a high-performance application delivery controller, 100% software and designed for virtual and cloud applications. Stingray is easily integrated into automated application frameworks, and available for a wide range of virtual and cloud environments, making it the ideal application delivery tool for software-defined data centres.

    With industry-leading web acceleration and application-level security features, Stingray can scale and accelerate applications faster than traditional hardware load balancer technologies. And as software, it’s designed to work anywhere in your data centre or in cloud environments and can be easily integrated into an application stack.

    Attend this webinar to find out how to:

    • Unbox your application delivery network, and extend your application stack
    • Cut the cost of application delivery in virtual and cloud environments
    • Simplify your application lifecycle through automation and application integration
    • Enable access to application-level ADC capabilities and Layer 7 services.
Faster, Reliable, Secure Applications in the Cloud or Your Data Center
The Riverbed® Stingray™ product family is application delivery software designed to make applications faster, reliable, and secure. As software, it’s designed to work within cloud environments and be easily integrated into an application stack.

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