The first of three research reports authored this month by Jim Rapoza, Senior Research Analyst for the Aberdeen Networking and Application Performance research practice, "The Move to Virtual Desktops and Applications and the Strain it Adds to Corporate Networks" analyzes how virtual desktop and application technologies are making it possible for businesses to effectively control and deliver operating systems and applications throughout their workforce. This reports reveals how organizations invested in the performance management of virtual desktops tend to have a high level of visibility into key performance management metrics. To obtain a complimentary copy of this report, please visit: http://www.aberdeen.com/link/sponsor.asp?spid=30410182&cid=8316&camp=2.
Next from Jim Rapoza, "Network Optimization and Performance Management for the Global Organization" examines how businesses have essentially become global companies, serving customers, partners and employees in countries around the world, which requires high quality network and application connections everywhere. Applying network performance and optimization capabilities to a global network involves working around varying network types, carriers, platforms and other hurdles. This report looks at how one company addressed the challenge of bringing high-performing applications to their globally distributed offices and analyzes how strategies such as cloud or service-based performance optimization tools can help organizations meet the performance management challenge of the global enterprise. To obtain a complimentary copy of this report, visit: http://aberdeen.com/Aberdeen-Library/8336/AI-network-application-performance.aspx.
Finally from Jim Rapoza,"Pushing Application Performance Optimization Past the Development Stage" looks at how many organizations take a developer-oriented approach to creating high performing and reliable applications. Aberdeen research has shown that many companies that focus on application optimization and acceleration in the development phase do not have the same level of commitment to ongoing performance management such as monitoring, problem resolution, and real-time optimization. This report addresses how some organizations take this developer-only focus on application acceleration, and analyzes the performance trends that are moving businesses towards managing all phases of application development, deployment, and maintenance. To obtain a complimentary copy of this report, visit: http://aberdeen.com/Aberdeen-Library/8340/RB-application-performance-development.aspx.
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