Traditionally, Application Performance Management (APM) is usually associated with solutions that instrument application code. There are two fundamental limitations with such associations. If instrumenting the code is what APM is all about, then APM is applicable only to homegrown applications for which access to code is available ...
Tim Conley, Co-Founder and Principal of Galileo, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.
Conley has over 27 years of IT experience in enterprise open systems and storage products supporting banking, insurance, public, and private sectors - with emphasis on power systems, IBM storage, SAN, and enterprise-wide backup and recovery. He is also an IBM Certified Specialist and subject matter expert in AIX, TSM, SAN, and IBM tape/disk storage solutions. Conley provides technical consulting services to IBM, IBM Business Partners, and customers in IT architecture, AIX, performance/tuning, storage solutions, and technical project management areas. He also conducts storage assessments for IBM as an independent Regional Systems Integrator.
Tim Conley and Chris Churchey, former IBM systems architects and engineers, are co-founders of Galileo. Conley specializes in storage performance and Churchey in server performance. Together, they have more than six decades of experience in system implementations, upgrades/migrations, backup/recoveries, performance analysis, and capacity planning. With a thorough understanding of user needs, Conley and Churchey originally developed Galileo as a proprietary tool to help clients of the ATS Group, a systems integration firm that they founded in 2001. Now available to everyone, Galileo is an integrated and cloud-based IPM suite.