The primary purpose of pursuing an Internet of Things (IoT) strategy is to gain greater insight into how your products and services are being utilized. In capturing IoT data, this allows you to better serve your customers, discover new business opportunities and gain a greater competitive advantage.
IoT is all about capturing data from a broader set of endpoints and making that data available to a wider set of internal and external stakeholders. Due to the sensitivity of this data, it must be moved in a secure and reliable fashion. However, the volume and velocity of the data requires that the data traffic be monitored.
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How IoT Redefines Application & Infrastructure Monitoring – A Guest Commentary in the Ipswitch Network Monitor Blog
The primary purpose of initiating an Internet of Things (IoT) strategy is to capture data from a broader population of product endpoints. As a result, IoT deployments are also creating a new set of application performance management (APM) and infrastructure monitoring requirements.
Historically, traditional APM and infrastructure monitoring solutions were designed to track the behavior of a relatively static population of business applications and systems supporting universally recognized business processes. Now, the APM and infrastructure monitoring function is becoming more complicated in the rapidly expanding world of IoT.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ views about these new challenges and how a new generation of APM and infrastructure monitoring solutions are addressing these issues in the Ipswitch blog.
How the IoT Changes Roles and Responsibilities for IT Pros – A Guest Commentary in the Ipswitch Network Monitor Blog
For the past few years, the tech industry has become fixated on kicking off the new year with a festival of connected devices at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The fact that this show has become so significant to the tech industry is another indication of the potential importance of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) and growing impact of the ‘consumerization of IT’ on the way IT is adopted and managed.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ views in the Ipswitch Network Monitor Blog about how IT organizations must re-think their role and responsibilities in order to help the broader enterprise successfully capitalize on IoT’s promise.