Webinars On Demand

  • Kafka Monitoring As A Service

    SL is now offering Monitoring as a Service for middleware technologies with initial availability for monitoring Apache Kafka with RTView Cloud. Learn more about Kafka Monitoring As A Service in this 30 minute product demo.


  • Jumpstart your IoT Initiative with RTView

    In this 30 minute overview our SL experts will show you how you can use RTView Cloud.

    Iot Institute Interview with Maggie Miller


  • Kafka Monitoring Within Complex Environments

    Watch this brief 30 minute intro and demo to learn how to monitor gaps within your Kafka and messaging environments. We will show you how you can gain the competitive advantage.


  • End-to-End Monitoring for TIBCO-Centric Applications

    In this webinar, SL experts review the Challenges to Monitoring large-scale TIBCO-centric environments followed by an RTView Enterprise demo.


  • What’s New with TIBCO Middleware Monitoring

    What’s New With TIBCO Middleware Monitoring was a session given at TIBCO Now San Diego 2017 By Ted Wilson, SL COO and Rahul Kamdar from TIBCO. In this session, they discussed the proactive performance monitoring of TIBCO integration platforms is the most effective way to avoid problems. Learn about how TIBCO® RTView® is constantly evolving to meet demand for consolidated visibility across the latest TIBCO technologies deployed in modern multi-cloud, PaaS, and  hybrid environments.


  • Introduction to TIBCO Monitoring Live Demo

    Ever wondered if there was an easier way to predict, detect and identify problems in your TIBCO middleware stack? Well, here it is!

    Watch this 20-minute live demo, and we'll walk you through the basics of TIBCO middleware monitoring with RTView.


  • 10 EMS Monitoring Tips In 30 Minutes

    At SL, we have been helping TIBCO customers monitor their Enterprise Message Service middleware for more than 10 years. In collaboration with our customers, we have compiled a list of best practices to help you monitor your EMS platform and the applications powered by it. In this 30-minute webinar we illustrate these use case scenarios and more:

    • Providing self-service performance metrics to developers.
    • Setting thresholds to monitor queue size
    • Confirming that Automatic Contingency is Being Triggered in Real Time
    • Performing Regular Hygiene Audits
    • Alerting on listener starts and stop


  • Middleware Monitoring Demo at Major Bank

    Following is an RTView® Enterprise Edition product demonstration given by Alejandro Ayestaran from Citibank from a session given at TIBCO Now and a recent Webinar entitled: Need Middleware Monitoring?  Build a Better Business Case.  In this video segment, Alejandro demonstrates RTView Enterprise monitor running in the production environment for their TIBCO-centric Online Banking Applications. If you wish to view the entire webinar where Alejandro shares his own experience building a business case and achieving results, please visit the SL webinars and events page: http://sl.com/about-us/webinars-events/


  • Programming Challenges in Developing Realtime Data Visualizations

    Streaming data is all around us and yet it is generally limited to updating automated systems. Organizations can unlock even more value out of their streaming data with custom dashboard applications designed for human consumption.

    However, building dashboards for real-time streams of information comes with a unique set of challenges.  Tom Lubinski  addresses the issues and solutions for  them in this Lightning Talk which was given at Stream Conference 2016.


  • Build a Better Business Case for Middleware Monitoring!

    In this breakout session from TIBCO NOW 2016, Citibank and SL executives teach you how to build a compelling business case for execs and purchasing committees that makes dollars and sense. Alejandro Ayestaran from Citibank also demos his production RTView monitor for their TIBCO Online Banking Applications and shares his own experience building a business case and achieving results.


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