Numbers don’t lie. The data explosion experienced over the last five years is forcing IT Ops into non-traditional methods to manage and measure performance. Gartner analyst David Cappuccio shared his insight into the trends you should expect to see. Read the article to see which trends affect you and how you can take advantage.
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In the last minute, 204 million emails were sent, 47,000 apps downloaded, 135 new botnet infections appeared and YouTube had 1.3 million views. Five years ago this was inconceivable. Gartner analyst David Cappuccio shared the changes and trends that will affect IT Ops.
Testing new or modified applications with production-level workloads on fully-configured systems can be time-consuming and extremely expensive. Fortunately, there is a better way. It is possible to accurately predict how apps will perform in production environments based on how they function on inexpensively-configured test systems. The technology described in this paper uses sophisticated analytics to calculate real world performance using measurements taken from simplified test environments.