Nastel CTO Joins the Vendor Forum
February 20, 2013
Pete Goldin

Albert Mavashev, Chief Technology Officer at Nastel Technologies, has joined the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Nastel Technologies is a provider of middleware-centric application performance monitoring for mission-critical applications from the datacenter to the cloud.

As the chief architect of Nastel's suite of products, Mavashev is instrumental in the creation of some of the most comprehensive and advanced tools for monitoring, managing and performance analysis of complex transactions and integrated application processes. Mavashev is an expert in Java and middleware, including IBM's WebSphere family of products, and in implementing middleware-centric architectures, helping companies achieve business agility through technology and aligning IT with business processes in the real-time enterprise.

Related Links:

www.nastel.com

Click here to read Albert Mavashev's first blog on the Vendor Forum - Chasing a Moving Target: APM in the Cloud

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