While this strategy almost always originates outside of and reaches far beyond the networking team, ASG has recognized that ANPM data can be extremely useful in bringing business service, process, and user experience performance intelligence to BSM.
Along the way, ASG has developed a crystal clear vision of integrated business service management and the role that ANPM plays.
As part of a broader solution, ASG has assembled a remarkably strong lineup of ANPM tools and capabilities, particularly in the areas of Web application discovery, recognition, and analysis.
The ASG solution is one of the few in this study that fully supports all four ANPM data source types, and finished well up the rankings in terms of overall product strength.
ASG compared favorably to a field of participants, ranking at or above average in most measures of ANPM functionality, and showed particular relative strength in the areas of alerting/alarming, active controls, and visualization/reporting.
ASG offers a true cross-domain BSM solution and promotes the perspective that ANPM, along with other domain viewpoints, should be aligned with business services as a starting design point.
Sahara and Landmark have signed a letter of intent and it remains only a letter of intent until all necessary ANPM and other government approvals have been obtained.
Under the two letters of intent with Sahara, Landmark has the option to acquire an interest in the permits, provided however that no interest will vest in, or be transferred to Landmark, until Landmark completes all of its earn-in obligations, and all necessary regulatory requirements, including, in particular, ANPM approval, have been satisfied.