The increased complexity of today’s IT infrastructure has made old methods of application performance management insufficient. Previously, simple back-end metrics were enough to measure whether service was being provided to end-users quickly and securely. Today, more sophisticated analytics and measuring tools are required to stay ahead of performance issues to ensure end-user satisfaction.
What does it mean for GSX Solutions to reach the 20 year milestone?
Antoine Leboyer, CEO of GSX Solutions: It is certainly a key milestone in anyone's life. I can fully appreciate this when I think back to my younger days and then I look at my eldest daughter, who is 20 years old and in her second year at university.
This year is an important one for us. GSX is 20 years old. As our teen-agers kids remind us of and as some older guys like me may remember, we are more mature, full of energy and it is time to have projects. It is a great age and I have the impression to be 20 years old again. So I would like to take a minute of your time to describe what our projects are, what makes us as excited as our 20 year old kids.
Most of the time, when a company moves mailboxes from an old system to a new one, the main reason of this process is to improve the quality of service (QoS). To achieve this goal, the new architecture has to be more robust and to offer more services, knowing that the design needs to match with the current needs of the business.
Microsoft Exchange migrations can be complex affairs and it pays to have the right combination of tools to help assure the success of these critical endeavours. The new technology and sales partnership of GSX Solutions with Exchange migration experts Priasoft improves the troubleshooting quality of service issues before, during and after complex migrations.
So let’s see how GSX helps you get the most out of SCOM by helping you with the limitations we discussed last week...
Tags: Lotus Notes, GSX Monitor, GSX Analyzer, server reporting software, Domino monitoring, Application Performance, email monitoring, lotus domino reporting, server monitoring software, GSX Usage Metrics, email statistics
We confirmed our predictions on the new Traveler 9 during our recent attendance at IBM Connect 2013. IBM created Traveler 9 as their solution for routing emails from a mobile device andit’snow compatible with BlackBerry10, iOS6, Android, and the Windows Phone/RT. Traveler has focused their attention onto Mobile Device Management allowing third party vendors to conduct device management actions on its system with query users, query device statuses, approving or denying devices, setting security policies and issuing remote wipes.
Tags: GSX Monitor, Lotus Domino Monitoring, server reporting software, Bring Your Own Device, application monitoring, Application Performance, server monitoring software, Traveler monitoring, lotus domino, BYOD, High Availability
Thanks to everyone who joined Jean-François PIOT last week to see our new module, GSX Usage Metrics. This powerful module allows you to get usage statistics of your Notes to create custom groups of users and track mail consumption.
Tags: Lotus Notes, GSX Monitor, GSX Analyzer, Lotus Domino Monitoring, server reporting software, Domino monitoring, Application Performance, email monitoring, lotus domino reporting, server monitoring software, lotus domino, GSX Usage Metrics, email statistics
Thanks to everyone who joined Steve Bystran today to learn how to monitor your Domino Environment with the new version 10.1 of GSX Monitor and Analyzer.
Tags: GSX Monitor, Lotus Domino Monitoring, server reporting software, application monitoring, Application Performance, server monitoring software, Traveler monitoring, lotus domino, High Availability