A Digital Border Wall We Can All Agree On?

A new digital border wall for your network, datacenter or device? Compromise of the wrong database can be catastrophic to a nation, customers, the organization - and you! United States "data sovereignty" can be better protected United States "data sovereignty" can be...

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Network Performance Fails Media Giants

If only Don Draper, Mad Men’s famed Creative Director, played by Jon Hamm were here in the 21st Century to help with this advertising firm’s failed computer network delivery of time sensitive media. What would he do if suddenly dozens of the firms multi-billion dollar...

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Oracle Client Slow

Datacenter consolidation creates performance problems for slow Oracle 11g Client queries. An application's server infrastructure was moved from an international location into a central datacenter in the USA. The application uses data sources on a MS-SQL database, but...

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IT Performance Validation

How Close To Maximum Theoretical Performance Are Your Applications? What Would It Cost To Improve? If Key Applications Ran At Near Theoretical Speed How Much Would It Save? How Long Will It Take To Recoup Investment? Apalytics' Executive NetAnalyst identifies how to...

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Network Performance Fails Media Giants

If only Don Draper, Mad Men's famed Creative Director, played by Jon Hamm were here in the 21st Century to help with this advertising firm's failed computer network delivery of time sensitive media.  What would he do if suddenly dozens of the firms multi-billion...

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TCP Selective Ack TCP Dup Ack TCP Previous Segment Lost

TCP Selective Ack TCP Dup Ack TCP Previous Segment Lost TCP Selective Acknowledgment creates performance complexities. Bill Alderson provides a short TCP tutorial on the function of selective acknowledgement troubleshooting. TCP checksum offload engines (TOE) and WAN...

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Network Redundancy Another Single Point of Failure SPOF?

IT Network Redundancy - Just Another Single Point of Failure (SPOF)? Trace by reverse engineering the Network logical packet flow to find out! What is redundancy? Network redundancy attempts to reduce single point of failure (SPOF) by having two or more active-active,...

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IT Crisis Avoidance

Enterprise Architecture IT Disaster Recovery Plan Steps to APM Under Pressure This session takes ideas from many IT disaster critical problem resolution IT consulting engagements and puts them together into 30 minutes on how to avoid IT Crisis. This presentation...

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Pentagon Lessons Learned IT Disaster Recovery Plan

Pentagon 911 Lessons Learned - IT Disaster Recovery Plan Bill Alderson discusses the technical and IT Best Practice lessons learned from the events subsequent to the Pentagon 911 disaster. Several key IT Disaster Recovery Plan lessons can be learned from this video....

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Oracle Performance Tuning with On-The-Wire Optimization

Oracle performance tuning -SQL and for that matter MS SQL tuning or any SQL server performance tuning can be analyzed by capturing TCP database transactions at the packet level. The Oracle Performance Tuning video is an example of the value of network analysis to...

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Defining an IT Organization’s Technical Architecture

Every organization has a unique technical architecture “fingerprint,” characterized not only by the products it has chosen to deploy, but also by the organization’s business culture and its impact on the technical evolution of the enterprise. Even organizations using...

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