Published September 22, 2014
Tags: Dell, foglight, software, toad
Mckinney Texas is a great city, it contains all the best things about Texas towns and architecture.
Now I’m delighted to say they’ve adopted an become a reference for a number of our products. You can read the full solutions brief here.
The city deployed Foglight Application Performance Monitoring (APM) and Toad Data Modeler from Dell Software to increase application visibility, speed troubleshooting and improve integration giving
- Better visibility into the city’s critical
web and legacy applications
- More-modern applications and services for employees and residents
- Faster diagnosis and problem resolution
- Proactive troubleshooting
- Stronger integration of disparate applications
- Ability to get more out of existing infrastructure
Yes, the picture is of McKinney Falls State Park, it’s not a city property.
Although I have not worked in the server group at Dell for almost 3-years, I was delighted to see in among the innovations announced at yesterdays PowerEdge 13g launch, the Near Field Communications (NFC) concept and prototype I proposed just over 2-years ago.
The enhanced at-the-server management, and from anywhere: Dell introduces iDRAC Quick Sync, using Near Field Communication (NFC), an industry first. And is one example of many that belies the notion, commonly held, that Dell doesn’t innovate.
For customers managing at-the-box, this new capability transmits server health information and basic server setup via a hand-held smart device running OpenManage Mobile, simply by tapping it at the server. OpenManage Mobile also enables administrators to monitor and manage their environments anytime, anywhere with their mobile device.