Too often IT sees the impact of issues on infrastructure and eventually determines the causes, but has a hard time figuring out the relationship between them. Most enterprise organizations have some form of monitoring in place but are drowning in data from the systems in use and not getting the visibility they need to understand what is going on.
Find out how one European financial organization, Nationale-Nederlanden, uses StackState to solve the problem of gaining better visibility from the volumes of data coming out of monitoring solutions such as Splunk to gain greater insights, faster root cause analysis and shorter MTTR.
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Sander Vijfschagt is a Professional Scrum Master for the platform services team of Nationale-Nederlanden Bank. He guides the team in setting up and maintaining synthetic, compliancy and chain monitoring systems. The team’s mission is ensure maximum reliability and uptime for the bank’s services. Prior to his current role, Sander built a custom synthetic monitor tool that is now in use throughout the company (over 250 functionalities being monitored). Sander and his team also provide performance testing and tools for the bank. Sander has a master’s degree in business administration, business and ICT from the University of Groningen.
Nationale-Nederlanden Bank (NN Bank) is a Dutch retail bank, serving more than one million customers in the Dutch market, helping them manage and protect their assets and income through mortgage loans, savings, bank annuities, consumer lending and retail investment products.