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ScienceLogic, Inc.

February 08, 2012 10:07 ET

ScienceLogic CEO to Discuss Cloud Performance at Cloud Connect 2012

David Link to Illustrate New Approaches to Efficiently Manage Complex Cloud Computing Environments

RESTON, VA--(Marketwire - Feb 8, 2012) - ScienceLogic Inc. CEO David Link will address the Cloud Performance Summit at Cloud Connect 2012 taking place on Feb. 13 in Santa Clara, Calif. During his session, he will discuss the complexity of managing cloud computing environments and how service providers and enterprises can help ensure optimal cloud service delivery.

Session Title:
Predicting Performance Issues in Your Cloud Environments

Where:
Grand Ballroom E, Santa Clara Convention Center

When:
Monday, Feb. 13, 2012, 3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. PST

Session Description:
By detecting the deviation of metrics that normally move together, multivariate analysis helps to detect problems sooner. Although cloud virtualization delivers tons of benefits, it increases the complexity of the environment you have to manage. This makes it vastly more difficult to understand whether a performance issue is caused by the network, the storage, the hypervisor, the physical machines, the virtual machines, the middleware, or applications installed on top. When any disruption may significantly impact your business, new approaches need to be applied to proactively manage your cloud service delivery.

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About ScienceLogic
ScienceLogic facilitates centralized IT operations and dynamic cloud management by uniting and correlating critical IT functions such as performance, fault, availability, asset, service desk, automation, and event management, all in a single product. The cohesive ScienceLogic platform provides an accurate, actionable view of business service delivery across any mix of physical, virtual and cloud environments. Beyond just monitoring, ScienceLogic technology gives service providers and enterprises the management and customization capabilities needed to deliver optimal application performance, improve IT efficiency, and confidently move to new architectures and differentiated service offerings. For more information visit www.sciencelogic.com or the ScienceLogic Blog at blog.sciencelogic.com.

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Contact Information

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    Chandra Hosek
    ScienceLogic Inc.
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