New Webinar: How to Automatically Map Your Applications Using SCOM

New Webinar: How to Automatically Map Your Applications Using SCOM

  

An introduction to Visual Application Discovery & Analysis (VADA)

Over the next few weeks we’ll to be hosting number of webinars to demonstrate how Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) can be used to automatically map and discover your applications.

Webinars will be held on both Thursday 23rd March and Thursday 6th April with two time slots available each day – that’s four in total. For more information regarding times, check out our webinar landing page.

 

What is VADA?

VADA is our unique technology for automatically discovering and mapping your applications.

VADA is an Application Dependency Mapping technology which uses your existing SCOM deployment and lightweight Data On Demand to allow you to model your entire application stack with ease, for every single application in your environment, including saving as a SCOM Distributed Application.

VADA also allows you to view comprehensive health and performance data, across the entire stack, at a glance, meaning you can instantly pinpoint the cause of application issues.


Who will find this webinar useful?

This webinar, pitched at an introductory level, will be relevant for SCOM Administrators, as well as infrastructure and application engineers working within a complex Enterprise IT environments where SCOM has been, or is soon to be, deployed.

Register for this webinar here and we're looking forward to see you there!

 

Webinar Agenda:

  1. The challenge of Enterprise Application Monitoring
  2. Intro to VADA: What it does
  3. Intro to VADA: How it works
  4. VADA in action: Live Demo
  5. Saving as a Distributed Application
  6. Bringing it all together: The benefits of mapping your applications
  7. Live Q&A with Product Architect, Richard Benwell

 

More information on VADA is available here.

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