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Closing the Gap on Application Performance Bottleneck Analysis

Featured Speakers:

Jeffrey Gore, President, Klarovue Technologies (bio)
Chris Young, Chief Technology Officer, Klarovue Technologies (bio)
Jean-Pierre Garbani, Vice President, Forrester Research (bio)


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Klarovue Technologies

End-to-end application performance visibility is critical for effectively analyzing both performance and availability problem root cause. Even with all the available products out there, IT managers still struggle with not having end-to-end visibility at the application transaction level. This Webinar, featuring Jean-Pierre Garbani of Forrester, discusses how IT organizations fight with this issue and their solutions for effective application performance analysis process and tools.

The informative one hour Webinar is designed to help IT managers who are planning for:
  • New multi-tier application and infrastructure roll-out
  • Application and configuration changes
  • SOA / J2EE application development
  • Application performance test and analysis
  • Mission critical system capacity planning
What will you learn by attending this Webinar?
  • Latest industry trend in tools and process for application performance management
  • Real-world techniques in application performance analysis based on NEC?s proven process and tools
  • Features and benefits of Klarovue Mevalet ? a proven software solution to seek out performance bottlenecks in applications and their supporting infrastructure toward maximization of multi-tier application performance

This Webinar session will include a live demonstration and Q&A session. Chris Young, CTO of Klarovue, will demonstrate one of Mevalet's analysis programs, TraceView. TraceView is a data visualization tool that displays collected events from one or more machines using four sequence diagram-based views: machine, process, class, and method levels. Mr. Young will demonstrate how to discover the execution characteristics of a transaction end-to-end and how to troubleshoot misbehaving transactions.



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Jeffrey Gore came to Klarovue Technologies with 30+ years of technology and executive management experiences. Prior to joining the Klarovue Technologies executive team, Jeffrey served as an IBM Vice President responsible for IBM's eSourcing Technologies and has held assignments in executive level management, consulting services, technical marketing support, marketing, and various staff positions at IBM.

Jeffrey Gore has considerable experience in Performance Engineering technologies, and the Testing of complex systems environments. He was instrumental in developing the IBM IT Consulting Services methodologies for these disciplines.

In his most recent position as an IBM Vice President, Jeffrey applied his systems management expertise in leading the design and architecture of the Utility Computing framework in support of the IBM on demand business operating environment.

Jeffrey has had Clients ranging from those in the Large Enterprise looking to implement the private utility, to those in the Small and Medium business seeking services solutions from a public utility. He has worked extensively with Clients from not only the Americas, but those from Europe and Asia Pacific in development of UMI, IBM's Universal Management Infrastructure, and most importantly in structuring advanced solutions to leverage those technologies.

Jeffrey has been published in trade and commercial publications including NewsWeek, InfoWeek, Inter@active weekly, the USA Today, and others; also appearing on CNN for commentary on Web Crash Diagnostic and Solutioing. He was featured in the 2003 IBM Annual Report for his work on development of the on demand business environment.

Chris Young is an entrepreneur and technologist with 10+ years of enterprise database and systems experience in a wide range of activities including application development, systems architecture, project management, sales, client management, and classroom instruction.

Prior to joining the Klarovue Technologies executive team, Chris was the CEO of the Seattle based Cascadia Software company. Chris cofounded Cascadia Software in 1995 to provide enterprise database software, education, and implementation services to government agencies and Fortune 500 customers. Chris was instrumental to Cascadia SoftwareÍs financial success through his technical leadership in customer solutions. Before cofounding Cascadia Software, Chris has held senior management and technical leadership positions at Sybase and Oracle.

Chris holds a BS degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

As an analyst, Jean-Pierre primarily addresses the Strategy professional. JP has acquired several decades of experience as an IT technology designer and marketer as well as a client of IT technology. He has a broad experience in designing advanced technology solutions in industrial and commercial applications and bringing them to market.

Over the past years, JP has written extensively on technology for several business publications and has focused on innovations in IT management software and in IT Operations. JP is often a featured speaker in vendor-sponsored events and webinars.

JP came to Forrester through the acquisition of Giga Information Group, where he was the research director of the computing infrastructure group. JP started his IT career in early 1968 as a software engineer working on the automation of nuclear power plants in France. JP then joined Bull General Electric in Paris (subsequently Honeywell Bull) where he was a designer and project leader of very large network infrastructures in France, Scandinavia, and the US. At Bull, JP occupied several positions in engineering, marketing, and sales. JP moved to the United States in 1984 and filled several engineering and marketing positions with Bull Information Systems. In 1994, JP created Epitome Technology Corporation, a middleware software company focused on Manufacturing Execution Systems. Prior to joining Giga, JP worked as an IT management consultant for several large financial institutions in the US.


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