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    • 19 Apr 2017

    One-Size-Fits-All Migration: Pay for what you don’t need

    Wait a minute…pay for what you don’t need? One bundled license per end user to migrate mailboxes, documents, personal archives, configure Outlook, etc…sounds simple enough. One price regardless of the migration scenario…hmmm. Isn’t that like paying for a migration buffet when you really just wanted a few a la carte migration options? We are well into April so this couldn’t still...
    • 18 Apr 2017

    It only takes a minute to vote!! - DBTA Readers' Choice Awards - Vote for your favorite Quest Products!

    Hello all Information Management product users! Voting is now open for the 2017 DBTA Readers' Choice Awards. The DBTA Readers' Choice Awards Winners will be showcased in a special section on the DBTA website and in the August 2017 edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine. A number of Information Management solutions are contenders in a variety of categories. Unlike other awards programs that...
    • 18 Apr 2017

    Stat 6.0 is now available

    While I am here to officially announce the availability of the new Stat release (6.0), it seems that I should first introduce myself as the new Product Manager for Stat. I’m pleased to be joining this highly qualified team with a long track record of delivering real value to our customers. This an exciting time at Quest Software (in our first full year as an independent company) and also an exciting time in the...
    • 18 Apr 2017

    Foglight Educational Webcast on Tuesday, April 25: Tips for Rule and Alarm Management

    If you use Foglight and are responsible for ensuring that performance monitoring alarms are helping your organization focus on important performance bottlenecks and resource constraint problems, you'll benefit from learning important aspects of handling rules and alarms in Foglight. Alarms are generally fired by rules that detect an alarm state in something of importance to you - perhaps a key performance indicator...
    • 17 Apr 2017

    Monitoring AWS EC2 Windows Instance with Foglight InfraStructure Cartridge (Host Monitoring)

    The other day I was speaking to a customer about their growth strategy and planning on database management and infrastructure. One of the topic that I really liked is how companies get very creative and innovative. One of the strong drive for them is to adopt the latest technologies, and to transition with minimal disruption internally. They were planning to move some or all of their infrastructure into Amazon’s...