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Top 10 IT Performance Management Predictions for 2014

  • Top 10 IT Performance Management Predictions for 2014-

    Tool consolidation

    Enterprises will prioritize management tool consolidation over new acquisitions. Enterprise customers will want to invest in new tools only if they absolutely have to. In that sense, enterprises will want to look for solutions that can address several of their needs so that they do not have to acquire multiple tools and look at integration between them. The ability to cover multiple areas of management (performance, configuration, availability, etc.), to support multiple technologies (e.g., application tiers), and to operate across multiple platforms (UNIX, Windows, virtual), will be important criteria that enterprises will use to assess what management tools will work for them. When procuring new tools, customers will also focus on how these tools can be integrated into their current systems and processes.

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Top 10 IT Performance Management Predictions for 2014

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    Tool consolidation

    Enterprises will prioritize management tool consolidation over new acquisitions. Enterprise customers will want to invest in new tools only if they absolutely have to. In that sense, enterprises will want to look for solutions that can address several of their needs so that they do not have to acquire multiple tools and look at integration between them. The ability to cover multiple areas of management (performance, configuration, availability, etc.), to support multiple technologies (e.g., application tiers), and to operate across multiple platforms (UNIX, Windows, virtual), will be important criteria that enterprises will use to assess what management tools will work for them. When procuring new tools, customers will also focus on how these tools can be integrated into their current systems and processes.

In 2014, as organizations look to do more with less, IT performance management will be measured by business value. "Organizations are initiating many IT transformation projects to become more nimble, agile and cost-effective. For the success of these projects, organizations will need performance management solutions that are aligned with their IT strategy. Hence, performance management solutions that enable IT agility, end-user satisfaction and operations efficiency will be in demand," said Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO, eG Innovations.

eG Innovations predicts 2014 will see the following top 10 trends in IT performance management.