TrueSight Tech Short: TrueSight Pulse – How it works whiteboard session


The need to monitor infrastructure resources and the performance of the applications that sit on top of them is very real for IT organizations from the startup to the enterprise. TrueSight Pulse gives SaaS Developers, Operations Engineers, IT Ops teams, App Dev and everyone in-between the ability monitor infrastructure and application performance in real-time. The second is the new minute – and IT teams embracing agile methodologies, continuous delivery and DevOps practices need this detail so they can get closer to the end-user experience faster than ever before.

In this TrueSight Tech Short, Patrick Cambell takes us through a whiteboard session on just how simple this monitoring can be with TrueSight Pulse. You’ll learn about our easy SaaS subscription model, configuring the solution for your unique infrastructure set up – whether cloud-hosted infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), hybrid or on-premise. Then see how easy it is to start streaming and visualizing time series data on the performance of your infrastructure and applications with easily configurable dashboards.

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Patrick Campbell

Patrick Campbell

Patrick T. Campbell has spent his 20+ year career equally between Application and Network Performance Management and K-12 Education. As a Technical Marketing Engineer, he began his career in IT at InfoVista as a Technical Trainer, followed by Raytheon Solipsys, OPNET Technologies (Riverbed Technology), and now BMC Software. In K-12 Education, he taught mathematics at Drew College Preparatory School for seven years and then worked at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) as a Mathematics and Science Professional Development Program Co-Director for International Teacher-Scholars from Egypt for another two. Passionate about learning, he has presented at OPNETWORK and at NAIS Teacher Conferences. Patrick received a B.S. in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering from Penn State, and has a Master’s Degree in Human Resource and Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University.