Category: Monitoring


The Monitoring Stipulation

As we embrace the digital transformation in our lives, IT organizations also needs to transform their operations to enable it.  As new services models around IOT and cloud emerge, the monitoring tools must adapt to fit the stipulations of the IT teams. With every new service or enhancement, there has to be a requirement analysis done for monitoring it. … Continue reading

Multi-tenancy

The concept of multitenancy is widely mentioned in modern architectures, especially with the growth of cloud computing. Multitenancy is an architecture in which a single instance of application runs on a server and serves multiple tenants. Tenants are groups of users who share a common access with specific privileges to the application instance. Application designed with a multitenant architecture provides every tenant a dedicated share of the instance – including its data, configuration, user management, tenant individual functionality and non-functional properties.

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The Monitoring Quandary

Continuous technological advancements and ever changing business dynamics have impacted the decision making of IT professionals and organizations. Their decisions for the new technology adaption are becoming myopic. They are based upon what is available in the market rather than a clear understanding of one’s actual requirements. Especially in the MENA region, the decisions for new tools and platforms acquisitions are based upon what has worked in Far East, Europe and Americas. This has resulted in purchases which are either too expensive, not customized to the use case or in delayed deployments.
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