CMG Presents the August issue of MeasureIT

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Madhu Tanikella has written, “Holistic Performance Analysis of J2EE Applications,” a great introduction to holistic performance management for enterprise Java Applications. Learn how to do bottleneck analysis.

Peter Warchol, Siemens Healthcare, has written “Preemptive Strike – Did the canary pass out?” Using an interesting analogy, Peter talks about proactive support – how to do it and why to do it. With that title, you just have to click through, don’t you?

Our resident DBA and performance expert, Nancy Perkinson, returns with” Copying DB2 Runstats from One Subsystem to Another.” This article highlights another way to make a difficult task easier; something we can all appreciate.

Margaret Greenberg continues her interview and biography of Ken Kolence, in “Jousting with Dragons – Kolence and Software Standards.” This is CMG history and a fascinating look at someone many of us have only heard about.

Denise Kalm presents another edition of “Your Career Coach” with “What’s Next.” Are you done with IT? Really struggling to get up in the morning? Read this article to learn how to approach a career change, no matter how old you are, or how much you have invested in a job that is no longer working.

Michael Hines has reviewed “The Visible Ops Handbook: Starting ITIL in 4 Practical Steps, “by Kevin Behr, Gene Kim and George Spafford. Need to get to ITIL, but you don’t have the budget to get the entire library? This book will help you get going at a more affordable price.

Ron Kaminski has reviewed “The Visual Miscellaneum: A Colorful Guide to the World’s Most Consequential Trivia” by David McCandless . Based on the concept that “a picture is worth a thousand words,” the author shows complex ideas with graphics. Visually fascinating – check it out.

Join us on the CMG Forum. Become a part of our new social network. www.cmg.org/forum. It is open to everyone. We can also now be found on Facebook and you can follow us on Twitter

It’s not too early to start thinking about CMG 2010.  CMG’10 is in Orlando, Florida from December 6th to the 10th.  (And if you had a great paper idea which didn’t make the deadline, send it to measureit@cmg.org . Our GC, Bill Jouris, says that CMG’10 is coming together well.  Tim Hall and his team have put together a great program, covering our field from end to end, and across all platforms.  CMG’10 is an information source that you really can’t afford to miss.  So now is the time to get your Registration in:  http://www.cmg.org/conference/cmg2010/reg.html

Inside Tom Kelman’s column, the CMG Bulletin, we have the following CMG News items:

Tom Kelman gives you the calendar for your local CMG in Upcoming CMG Regional Meetings. Check your calendar with the regional meeting in your neighborhood and plan on attending and bringing a colleague. Both North American and International meetings are highlighted. Connecticut, Ohio Valley, St. Louis and Philly are all coming up. Can’t always get to National? Check out your local region for events.

Australia/Eastern Europe (AE-CMG) have three meetings coming up. CMG Brazil and UKCMG are also planning meetings. The first meeting of the new Netherlands CMG begins this month. Check out the details here.

Denise Kalm wrote up the NCCMG meeting. When you can’t attend, don’t you love to know what you missed and perhaps learn a new contact you can reach out to, when you have a problem? Write up the next meeting in your region and send it to me at Measure IT.

We are always interested in receiving your comments, suggestions, and submitted articles. Help us make Measure IT even better in 2010.

This issue was made possible through the hard work and dedication of the Measure IT volunteer staff, and the contributions of willing authors. We’re always looking for new editors and new writers. We have an international following so are particularly hoping for more participation from the rest of the world.

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