Driving Business Performance With Observability in Financial Services

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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.

Join us to learn: 

  •   How Nationale-Nederlanden started its observability journey
  •   The importance of automation (in enabling success)
  •   How to drive business performance and secure management support
Sander Vijfschagt
Chapter Lead Testing and Monitoring - Nationale-Nederlanden

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. 

Andreas Prins
VP of Product Management - StackState
Andreas Prins is the VP of Product Management at StackState. Previously, Andreas held positions as Director of Engineering and VP Product Management. As a VP of Product Management, Andreas works closely with product, marketing, engineers and customers to continuously improve our product and continue to offer a rock-solid observability solution for our customers.
Mitch Ashley
Principal - Techstrong Research
Mitchell Ashley is a renowned strategist, speaker, advisor and technology executive. Mitch has led successful IT, SaaS and cybersecurity transformations. He’s led multiple teams in developing and bringing to market successful online services, cybersecurity, software and networking products and services. Mitch serves as principal at Techstrong Research where he is part of a team of preeminent experts in digital transformation, DevOps, cloud-native, cybersecurity, data and AI/ML. In this role, he works with companies to align digital transformation and technology strategies to achieve disruptive goals and high-impact outcomes. Mitch also serves as Techstrong Group CTO, is in demand as a speaker and is widely followed online on his podcasts, Analyst Corner commentary and interviews on the highly popular Techstrong TV streaming video program where he engages with top digital and tech leaders from across the industry.

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