ExtraHop Networks CEO to Speak on Modern Troubleshooting Techniques at AFCOM Data Center WorldSEATTLE, WA – AUGUST 30, 2011 – ExtraHop Networks, a leading provider of network-based application performance management (APM) solutions, is presenting at the upcoming AFCOM Data Center World Conference in Orlando, Florida, on September 13th in the session Troubleshooting Today's Distributed Data Center. During the session, ExtraHop co-founder and CEO Jesse Rothstein will examine the best techniques and technologies for gaining the in-depth visibility and insight required for troubleshooting application performance issues throughout the extended datacenter.
"Persistent network and application performance issues have the potential to incapacitate a company's entire operation, and tackling such issues has become even more challenging as scale and complexity in the data center continue to grow exponentially," said Rothstein. "Our session at Data Center World will examine how companies can overcome today's data center challenges by using network-based APM solutions that effectively monitor complex, modern IT architectures, and ensure that business-critical applications do not fail."
What: ExtraHop's AFCOM Data Center World session, Troubleshooting Today's Distributed Data Center
Why: Hear from ExtraHop CEO and co-founder Jesse Rothstein and learn about the latest strategies for managing modern datacenters:
- How to gain visibility into network and application performance issues throughout the entire datacenter
- Why such visibility becomes all the more crucial to maintaining business operations in a virtual or cloud environment
- How to save CAPEX and OPEX with proactive trend-based alerting, cross-tier visibility, and real-time transaction analysis
When: Tuesday, September 13th from 2:45 to 3:45pm EDTWhere: Orlando World Center Marriott, Orlando, Florida
The AFCOM Data Center World conference is an educational program addressing the challenges of running a data center with a focus on management, business, and technology issues. The four-day event is one of the 50 fastest-growing tradeshows in the U.S., engaging leading data center technology and service providers in discussions about the latest data center trends, technologies, and best practices.