This is the title of a session being presented at Exchange Online 2010 by Gary Cink on September 15th at 9:45 am. In this presentation, Gary will demonstrate how some of the complimentary Progress' products enhance the OpenEdge experience for business transaction management (BTM). BTM is a critical component in the new IT/Business relationship. Progress® Actional®, Progress's first class BTM product, translates data relating to an underlying IT estate into information that is relevant to various business stakeholders including operations staff, application development, quality assurance, and security & compliance personnel. With this knowledge the various stakeholders can make informed decisions, often proactively, to ensure the success of every critical business transaction necessary for the day-to-day running of a business. Actional also offers the capabilities of automating operational Service Level Agreements (SLA) against this estate, thus preventing issues or alerting appropriate staff to problems before they have even happened.
Learn more about Gary and this technical session on our View From The Edge blog.
You can also read the white paper SLAS: Lost in the Cloud? Service-level agreements (SLAs) are crucial any time a business service provider (BSP) provides an application or service to a client via the cloud. In the results of this survey, 76% of respondents report that SLAs are critical to winning new business. Yet, 84% are unable always to meet their SLAs.
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