It’s been far too long since I’ve posted. The last 6 weeks or so have been consumed by the Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Magic Quadrant, which is finally in editing now. We expect it to publish next week, and it should be interesting given the changes we have made.
The main hype cycle I work on is the Hype Cycle for IT Operations Management – http://www.gartner.com/resId=2099215 which saw quite a few updates and changes in the monitoring space. We further consolidated and refined this to match the work we’ve done in the market definition research this year. Additionally my colleague Jeff Brooks led a new IT Operations Management Market Clock which is nearing completion as well. Another hype cycle I worked on which my colleague Donna Scott runs is the Hype Cycle for Real-Time Infrastructure – http://www.gartner.com/resId=2098715 this research is particularly interesting and relevant as IT Operations moves from monitoring to management (this is a research note I am currently drafting). The notion of real-time corrective actions has always eluded us, and this writeup explains the issues and reasons why that continues to be difficult to attain.
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