SLAs based on infrastructure availability or network latency metrics don’t really ensure applications support your business. An XLA (Experience Level Agreement) is a better approach. But improving service with an XLA requires visibility into the end user's actual experience of ALL of the applications on which they depend.
Measure what matters to the business.
Document compliance to business targets.
Numerous factors affect IT performance.
Monitor users’ interactions with applications in the context of a business workflow, to set thresholds for the time required to look up a patient record, execute a trade, etc.
Establish targets for acceptable performance for business processes and get alerts when they’re violated.
Isolate the source of delay to client device, network, or back-end, for EVERY app in the portfolio, to quickly escalate the ticket to right group.
"The experience of the entire Intel workforce is affected by device performance. Getting a holistic view of that is key. This is the value of Aternity — bringing all that data together from different devices and sources into a single pane of glass. It makes that data actionable, helping us deliver better service to a demanding employee base."Julian Braham, Principal Engineer,
"Aternity gives us a circle of development that helps us to be responsive, pushes us to be proactive, positions us to be predictive, which then allows us to be pre-emptive. This is a result of having one solution that provides us with a complete view across networks, applications and end users. This technology will also be a strong backbone for the digital initiatives of other brands in Maersk Group whom we in MGIS support."Andy Laurence, Head of Production Services,
"What we particularly liked with Aternity was the ease in which we could analyze and correlate data. Aternity makes this insight easily available to a broader audience in a format that is scalable and sharable with our internal stakeholders."Joost Smit, Digital Workplace Solution Architect and Engineer,