eG Innovations – Enterprise Performance Monitoring & Visibility Podcast – Episode 231
In episode 231, Douglas Brown interviews Matt Wrabley, Vice President of Business Development at eG Innovations, Inc.. Matt and Douglas discuss eG Innovations’ eG Enterprise performance management, monitoring, and visibility solution. Matt explains what’s new, how eG works, a bit about their new mobile app, why we should care and much more!
About eG Innovations
eG Innovations helps you radically simplify and accelerate application performance management to boost user experience and ROI – across mission-critical virtual, cloud and physical IT infrastructures. Only eG Innovations award-winning automated root-cause diagnosis technology can connect the dots and automatically pinpoint performance issues with accuracy by auto-correlating the user’s service experience with the underlying infrastructure and application components. Take a closer look at eG’s unique capabilities for application performance management and see how they help you deliver exceptional performance, user satisfaction and ROI.
360° Application Performance Visibility
Automatic Root-Cause Diagnosis
Right-sizing for Rapid ROI
Multi-Tenancy and Personalized Views
Complete Web Reporting
Config / Change Tracking
Extensive Virtualization Monitoring
100% Web Architecture
Learn more: http://www.eginnovations.com
About Matt Wrabley
Matt brings more than 25 years of experience in international sales and business development for high-growth companies. An experienced executive, Matt has successfully built revenue-based OEM partnerships in a variety of industries including virtualization (server and desktop), thin client, cloud computing, availability and disaster recovery, unified messaging and voice processing, and location services. He has initiated, negotiated, and closed long-term relationships with global brands such as IBM, Siemens, GE, ATT, and Comcast for companies such as Marathon Technologies (acquired by Stratus Technologies), Virtual Iron (acquired by Oracle), Neoware (acquired by HP), and CIDCO.