Tools for Better Network Monitoring and Observability

Businesses today need real-time insights into application performance, user experience, and security risks. Increasingly, they are turning to tools and services that aggregate, analyze, and derive insights from log, trace, and telemetric data generated by numerous sensors and point solutions. In this webinar, our specialist will explore the tools and techniques to help shine a light into all the shadowy parts of your network infrastructure.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll hear:

  • How the move to cloud architectures based on microservices, containers, and APIs make it harder to assimilate logs, traces, and telemetry data.
  • Why detecting and troubleshooting problems now require a move beyond traditional monitoring to solutions that offer observability.
  • What the right tools are to help IT managers, SREs, and SecOps staff quickly sort through alerts, troubleshoot problems, identify root cause issues, and take actions.

Featured Speakers

  • Carrie Goetz
    Carrie Goetz
    StrategITcom, LLC

    Carrie Goetz, Principal/CTO, StrategITcom, personifies nearly 40 years of global experience designing, running and auditing, data centers, IT departments, and intelligent buildings. She is an international keynote speaker and is published in 69 countries in over 250 publications. She holds an honorary doctorate in Mission Critical Operations, RCDD/NTS, PSP, CNID, CDCP, CSM-Agile, AWS CCP and is a Master Infrastructure Mason with 40+ certifications throughout her career. She is on the WIMCO national education committee and a long-time participant in 7x24 Exchange, AFCOM and Data Center Institute board of advisors, Mission Critical Advisory Board, Women in Data Centers, Cnet Technical Curriculum Advisory Board, a member of BICSI, Women in BICSI, and an Education committee member. She is the chapter chair, college and women outreach officer for ASIS MS and a frequent mentor in the industry. She champions STEM education through outreach projects and her podcast series. Fostering women in tech, StrategITcom is founded with a charter to enssure that 50% of employees are women and 50% of all partner referrals will go to women or diversely owned enterprises. Carrie is fractional CTO to multiple companies. She holds one telecommunications patent. She was recently named in the top 10 most influential women in technology 2020 by Analytics Insight, honored as a Network Computing Inspiration Award finalist 2020, IMason’s IM100, and Comptia Women in Leadership Spotlight Finalist.

  • Pete Bartz
    Pete Bartz
    Team Lead, Solutions Architect
    Entuity Software

    Pete Bartz has more than 35 years of IT technical and leadership experience. Prior to joining Entuity (now Park Place Technologies), Pete spent over 25 years in IT management at the University of Minnesota. He has a wealth of experience in networking, data center management, IT architecture, business services, and disaster recovery. Since joining Entuity and Park Place Technologies more than 10 years ago, Pete has worked with customers to solve their pain points and deliver Entuity as a Network Analytics solution. Pete earned a degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota.

  • Salvatore Salamone
    Salvatore Salamone
    Managing Editor
    Network Computing

    Salvatore Salamone is the managing editor of Network Computing. He has worked as a writer and editor covering business, technology, and science. He has written three business technology books and served as an editor at IT industry publications including Network World, Byte, Bio-IT World, Data Communications, LAN Times, and InternetWeek.

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