RiverMuse Emerging from Stealth Mode

By | 2008-10-30T20:12:15+00:00 October 30th, 2008|Big4, BMC Software, Complex Events, Event Driven Architecture, Event Management, Event Processing, Events, HP, IBM, Micromuse, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, OpenNMS, Other6, Startups, Strategy, Tivoli, Usability, User Experience, Value|

This open source start up is unveiling their exciting message and pre-release web site for what could be an industry changing tipping point that firmly places open source as a viable alternative to the "Big4" and the "Other 6" within any sized company in any industry. RiverMuse has launched their website and has plans for initial software availability in early November. RiverMuse (Riversoft and Micromuse) is the brainchild of the founders of the Micromuse and [...]

IBM Tivoli / Netcool Support Site & Tools

By | 2006-07-24T17:22:46+00:00 July 24th, 2006|IBM, Micromuse, Netcool, Tivoli|

We had a great Support Technical Exchange (STE) session today on the IBM Tivoli support site, process and tools available. The presentation and replay should be available here. I was quite impressed with what the site has to offer in terms of having a one stop shop for "on-demand" support information, access to content, customizaiton and delivery options. I'm all for RSS delivery of this kind of information! If you're a former Micromuse Netcool customer, [...]

Should Base Server Monitoring & Management (HW/OS) be Free or Open Source?

By | 2006-05-19T09:16:50+00:00 May 19th, 2006|IBM, Micromuse, Microsoft, Server Monitoring, Tivoli|

Cote's post on People over Process here , some of the calls to action on the new Open Management Consortium blog and my Q&A with peers in the industry over the past year said it's time to see what other people think on this topic. I suffered through a painful server agent forklift project that lasted almost two years (and appears to have finally failed and be in the midst of a vendor/legal contract fight) [...]

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