Solutions Architect, SteelCentralRSS
Bryan is a Solutions Architect responsible for helping customers and prospects better understand their application performance through the use of Riverbed's SteelCentral Suite. Bryan has over twenty years of APM experience. Before coming to Riverbed, Bryan spent nine years in production support roles responsible for system performance and availability for one of the largest data warehouses in the banking industry before moving into sales and consulting roles with various other (and inferior) APM solutions. Bryan is a husband, a father of two, and a retired Army officer who enjoys spending time with family and scuba diving when he can.
Posts from Bryan Wynns
27-Sep-2016 • by Bryan Wynns
Prioritizing Application Optimization Efforts Based on Business Impact
SteelCentral AppInternals provides a revolutionary way of prioritizing optimization efforts based on the business impact to your mission-critical applications....
07-Sep-2016 • by Bryan Wynns
Teamwork Leads to Better Application Performance—SteelCentral for the Gold
During the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, we saw teams come together and win, we saw teams fall apart and lose and in the case of the men’s cycling road race, we saw individual riders team up to overtake and beat the well-entrenched leader. ...
14-Jun-2016 • by Bryan Wynns
Dare to Compare! Comparing Performance to Better Understand Your Application
The ability to compare performance data over time greatly enhances your ability to better understand overall application performance. This is why, in my opinion, one of the most powerful, yet most overlooked, features in a recent AppInternals release is ‘Compare To.'...
12-May-2016 • by Bryan Wynns
You Don't Need Big Disks For Big Data (Two Billion Transactions and Counting)
Several months ago I published a blog about AppInternals’ high-definition data and the benefits of capturing detail on every transaction—good and bad....
02-Mar-2016 • by Bryan Wynns
Are You Wasting Time and Money By Rounding Up the Usual Suspects? Triage Performance Issues Before Engaging Fix Agents
In the 1942 movie Casablanca, Captain Renault orders the local police to “round up the usual suspects” after Major Strasser is shot. Seventy-plus years later, many companies handle major IT incident response the same way—they build bridge calls with all the usual suspects before conducting any triage efforts. This "Ready – Shoot – Aim" approach slows incident response time and creates additional work for our already overburdened fix agents. There is a better way....