From a performance management perspective, unified monitoring is most effective when there's a single source of actionable truth; it moves us away from diagnosis-related activities and toward collaborating on how to establish self-healing properties when that diagnosis is identified. Not only is this more cost-effective, it's a more "unifying" activity than troubleshooting.
A single pane of glass without an understanding of end-to-end IT service dependencies may just lead to more alert fatigue--little actionable information due to lack of effective correlation and root cause diagnosis. The results are long problem isolation and diagnosis cycles, resulting in poor user experience and increased IT operation costs
Watch this on-demand webinar where John Worthington, Director of Product Marketing at eG Innovations, demonstrates how you can achieve end-to-end performance monitoring of Microsoft IT services such as SharePoint, Exchange or custom .Net applications--even if those IT services incorporate non-Microsoft components or cloud services—and unify Microsoft SCOM at the same time.
In this on-demand webinar, you will: