Waarborg Award Nomination Vakprijs Innovatie ITPA has submitted a case for the Innovatie Award for the ICT Waarborg Awards. The past weeks the members of the jury were very busy to study all submitted cases. As a result a Top 3 per category evolved and we are pleased to announce that ITPA is nominated for the Vakprijs Innovatie Award.
Complexity and IT performance. Performance is as complex as the human body, combinations are endless. Let us compare this with some pain in your head. You go to a doctor and he likes to do a diagnostic but he doesn’t have the right tools. It’s like a consultant for performance problems but without instruments. What
Changes in ICT Today ICT is changing, Big Data, Analytics, IOT what do they have in common. They require different infrastructures. If you implement this kind of technology your existing performance will drop because of the amount of data requires fast analytics and more data or more IOT is more network traffic. Today we noticed
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Parameter Analytics Resolving performance problems is a challenging task and a lot of times not possible if you don’t have the right tools and visibility over the total infrastructure and all components and the path a transaction will follow. The transaction will go over many devices. Software components making it hard
Part 1: Where to start if end users experience slow transactions. The first step is knowing if there are slow applications in the architecture. How are the applications communicating? Connections and ports in use, and what are the hard- and software components. Most of the times if I ask a customer about the architecture of the application,
Security and performance Security is always required. But are you capable to block hackers? What is the common factor between security and performance? First of all, security is a trade off between performance and security. If my virus checker is too slow and it slows down performance, the system is not usable for my
Tjeerd Saijoen CIO at ITAGroup The influence and complexity of ICT today. In the past we had one mainframe servicing customers worldwide. Today we connect hundreds, even thousands of systems together and many software components across network connections worldwide. Also every system has several modules running. Databases, webservers and thousands of combinations adding to our complexity.
Suppose your transactions are slowing down, you have several servers connected in many different countries. How do you find the root cause of the problem? Most of the times they call the software manufacturer and they send a consultant. At the end of the day, an expensive invoice and no results. Then another guy is sent;
Tjeerd Saijoen CIO at ITPAGroup Artificial Intelligence and Maximo ITPA developed an AI system for optimizing performance of infrastructure and applications. We started with JDEdwards and now completed a self-learning system for parameter optimization, business applications and Operating systems and all components in between. Last month we used the system in a large utility
Tjeerd Saijoen CIO at ITPAGroup Performance slowing down: is a monitoring tool the right solution? Are you capable to resolve the problems with APM solutions or any other monitoring tool. We have 2 different monitoring solutions. One is based on infrastructure. The other, latest ones, are based on Application Monitoring. Both are capable of pinpointing