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In this highly-requested session, the Head Geeks will showcase SolarWinds Log & Event Manager (LEM) to address a critical aspect of IT security and compliance—Active Directory® security.
Stop horsin' around and vote SolarWinds for Mayor of Computer Security. SolarWinds Security Tools help eliminate risks, catch evil-doers, and stop threats dead in their tracks to protect your sever farm.
SolarWinds presents stories so scary, so maddening that they can only come from one place. Professor Acula, architect of your nightmares, hosts IT Tickets from Hell. The first horror story comes straight from the help desk. One sysadmin wi... View More
SolarWinds presents stories so scary, so maddening that they can only come from one place. Professor Acula, architect of your nightmares, hosts IT Tickets from Hell. The second horror story comes straight from the help desk. When email goe... View More
SolarWinds presents stories so scary, so maddening that they can only come from one place. Professor Acula, architect of your nightmares, hosts IT Tickets from Hell. The final horror story comes straight from the help desk. One sysadmin wi... View More
Win your IT freedom with SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor. Quickly detect, diagnose, and resolve network performance issues and outages so you can spend more time managing your network instead of your network management software.
Build a bigger and brighter IT future by casting your vote for SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer. DPA works hard to diagnose the root cause of poor application performance so you can find, analyze, and resolve your toughest performa... View More
This election season voters are faced with an important decision. Vote NO! for the IT Taxman. Vote YES! for SolarWinds.
Date: 17 Oct, 2014
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After a recent storage upgrade, Ryan's team noticed storage performance issues. Using Virtualization Manager, he identified that one app testing team took a lot of snapshots and were keeping these for a long period of time, and this was th... View More
Hear how Network Engineer Max Kuzmenko uses NCM to backup hundreds of core network device configurations and recover any device in minutes allowing him to save time and improve network reliability.
Max Kuzmenko uses Server & Application Monitor to get visibility into every application in his environment from the backup infrastructure to DR products, etc. He also created customized monitoring for his company's ERP system.
SolarWinds customer, Max Kuzmenko, finds thwack® really useful to leverage custom monitoring templates that have already been built by other users. Being a great community where IT pros exchange feedback, ideas, and custom templates for So... View More
Derek Niedermayer, SolarWinds customer, uses thwack® on a daily feedback. He uses thwack to get community feedback on reports and vendor-specific templates. Derek feels he's able to get his questions answered easily by leveraging what othe... View More
Learn how companies use Log & Event Manager to protect their environment.
In this episode, the Geeks will show you how to analyze performance all the way down to the file level, compare I/O performance between files, and finally how to configure Cloud storage for maximum efficiency.
Tad Uhl explains how the TFTP Server free tool from SolarWinds saved the day when a bunch of network config files were accidentally deleted. Because they were all backed up by TFTP server, the team was able to restore them in minutes.
Hear how Network Engineer Joe Bright uses IPAM to Manage Remote IP Subnets and Address Blocks.
Dawn Armstrong, SolarWinds customer, is in awe of SNMP Enabler for Windows®, a free tool which has contributed to significant time savings to their network administration team.
Hear how Network Engineer Derek Niedermayer uses IPAM to simplify IP address management and monitoring giving engineers more time to spend on other projects.
Dawn Armstrong from the largest construction company in California says SolarWinds delivers the big picture of IT infrastructure monitoring all from one central location.