Monitoring IT system health and staying ahead of any potential infrastructure snags is more important than ever for federal agencies with so many undergoing major IT overhauls and updates. Being able to effectively troubleshoot and contain network or system problems without having to enlist the help of the (likely very busy) IT department saves departments a lot of time, resources and grief.
Solutions that maximize that system visibility and access are sensible next steps for federal agencies currently facilitating system updates and possibly operating with lean teams. When these challenges are properly accounted for, productivity and interdepartmental operations tend to go more smoothly. This approach has proven particularly useful to departments like National Labs.
To provide context around how solutions like these can be applied in a federal agency setting, SolarWinds is hosting a case study webinar titled Federal Webinar: SolarWinds Case Study of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The webcast will explain how network and system monitoring solutions have been implemented in the organization to streamline network problem troubleshooting, simplify system health monitoring, and increase application infrastructure visibility across devices and platforms.
The webcast will be hosted by SolarWinds Federal Sales Engineers as well as the Department of Energy Account Manager. They will discuss specifically how their solution improves system and application monitoring and visibility in the cloud and via shared services, boosts IT staff productivity and nurtures better interdepartmental relationships, as well as how to scale the solution across different devices or regions.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 from 11am to 12pm EDT and will be made available on demand following the presentation. If you’re interested in learning about how the Oak Ridge National Laboratory is using network and system monitoring tools to deter and minimize IT challenges, register for the webinar here.