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Sep 27

Washington, DC, DC

The Willard InterContinental Hotel

Agencies across Federal, state, local, and tribal governments are working to promote more efficient spending to support essential operations, while reducing or eliminating unnecessary investments or ongoing expenditures that have outlived their usefulness. Needless to say, spending on information technology and related services is under review and agencies have combined to identify billions that will be cut from their operating budgets in the coming fiscal years. This renewed, strategic thinking about how IT systems can be leveraged as business enablers is evident in the growth of certain indicator technologies, such as application performance management and monitoring tools. Globally, public and private sector organizations currently spend more than $2 billion annually to better understand if their systems and software are delivering the user experiences and measurable performance they expect and require to support optimized operations. The ability to identify, integrate, manage and continuously monitor the proliferation of applications in use—from the enterprise data center to hand-held and mobile devices—is increasingly complex, yet never more necessary to control costs, and ensure data integrity, security, and compliance with a host of agency mandates. Plan to attend this session to ensure you are clear on where your valuable agency funding is being spent and if you have the right tools and techniques to really know. Expert technologists will address the following An overview of available Application Performance Management (APM) tools How these technologies can be employed to help understand your operational efficiencies and where cost and performance improvements can be made Methods to measure your end user experience to ensure applications are working as expected, and how to optimize where necessary The changing role of IT metrics in the business of government and how to use this information to foster executive support for critical technology investment How selected government organizations use applications performance monitoring Case examples that demonstrate the value of monitoring performance to diagnose, report and modify applications where clearly indicated This is your opportunity to understand the current state of APM and how you can apply these proven techniques to evaluate your IT infrastructure, and to satisfy concerns that your network operations are optimized for performance and are receiving the appropriate level of technical support and funding. Register today for this complimentary executive briefing and join us in September to make the most of your GFY 2013 budget.

Cost: Free for Government and Military, $50 industry

Contact Name: Andrée Diggs

ph: 703.876.5134 email: [email protected]

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