eBusiness Performance Evaluation

Seminar Outline


eBusiness Performance Evaluation, 

Optimization and Capacity Planning 2003

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·        To understand the process behind analyzing and predicting the performance of eBusiness applications;

·        To focus on the practical application of available tools and techniques that would be used on a daily basis.


This seminar explores eBusiness Performance Evaluation …

bullet Finding when an application has exceeded its service constraints and requires tuning or re-planning;
bullet Applying all the tools and techniques required to get the application within the service constraints;

… and Capacity Planning

bullet Finding when a system will exceed the ability to provide cost-effective service,
bullet What to do about it,
bullet How to forecast future business needs and capacity requirements,
bullet How to evaluate alternatives: design, hardware, software, and 
bullet How to test drive your application prior to implementation


A comprehensive case-study is an integral part of the seminar and is used to illustrate many of the key concepts of practical performance evaluation and capacity planning.



Who Should Attend:     

·        Directed to managers, application developers and system administrators concerned about performance management and/or capacity planning in a complex, heterogeneous, enterprise environment;

·        Directed to business and system analysts desiring a broader framework and perspective.



·       $1,495

·       Covers


o      registration,

o      all materials,

o      continental breakfast,

o      buffet lunch,

o      coffee breaks


Where:      St. John’s University, 101 Murray St., New York, NY

When:        May 5-7, 2003

Seminar Leaders:

Ellen Friedman

Ellen Friedman has over 20 years experience as a Senior Partner of SRM Associates, a consulting firm specializing in resource planning and optimization. Consulting assignments have included: management consulting, business process re-engineering, application design and optimization, systems planning and management, capacity planning, performance tuning, benchmark design and evaluation, as well as software product design and development.  Ellen possesses unique skills in business process re-engineering, mathematical modeling, technology and systems assessment and optimization that can be leveraged to supply global solutions to satisfy corporate technology requirements.   Ellen has delivered numerous papers and presentations on performance planning and optimization for new applications at local and international IT conferences.


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Jerry Rosenberg

Jerry Rosenberg has over 30 years of experience in the areas of performance measurement, capacity management and systems engineering and support. Activities have included management consulting, business process re-engineering, applications analysis and design, performance tuning, hardware evaluation and planning, software and program product evaluation, installation and maintenance, benchmarking, modeling, simulation, and financial analysis for all computing platforms.  Jerry has written numerous technical and management papers and has presented often at conferences worldwide.


Dr. Bernie

Dr. Bernie Domanski

Dr Bernie Domanski is a tenured full Professor of the Computer Science Department at CUNY's College of Staten Island.  His innovative and energetic teaching style have won him numerous accolades and awards, including the A. A. Michelson award for lifetime achievements to the field of computer performance evaluation, and the 2000 Dolphin award for outstanding teaching by a member of the faculty.  Dr. Bernie's best-known area of expertise is Performance Evaluation, and he has a long and distinguished publication record that includes over 100 papers, seminars and presentations at conferences worldwide. 





To register or get more information, Please call at 516 433-1817
or email  srm@srmassoc.com


In-house training is also available.



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