Why Every PHP Application Should Use an OpCache

PHP 5.5 introduced opcode caching into the core via OPCache.  OPCache was previously known as Zend Optimizer+, and although free, was closed source. Zend decided to open source the implementation, and include it in the core PHP distribution. OPCache is also available as an extension through pecl, and is compatible all the ...Read More

The Real Cost of Logging

In order to manage today’s highly dynamic application environments, many organisations turn to their logging system for answers – but reliance on these systems may be having an undesired impact on the applications themselves. The vast majority of organisations use some sort of logging system — it could log errors, traces, information ...Read More

Lifting the Lid on the App Economy [Infographic]

Here at AppDynamics we know just how much everybody hates when their mobile apps crash. So we created an infographic to highlight just how frustrating it can be!  We surveyed 1,000 mobile app users in the UK on what happens when their apps aren’t performing as they should. If an app crashes, ...Read More

Diving Into AppDynamics Mobile APM & End User Monitoring

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we greatly improved our End User Monitoring solution and added Mobile Application Performance Monitoring for iOS and Android applications. Through our end user experience dashboard you can understand the end user experience of your users in real-time via browsers or mobile devices:   We greatly improved ...Read More

Diving Into What’s New in PHP & Node.js Monitoring

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added quite a few features to our PHP APM solution and announce beta support for Node.js applications. We now have the best APM solution in the market for PHP applications with support for PHP versions 5.2 to 5.5:   Our Java and .NET customers know ...Read More

Game of Phones – All Apps Must Thrive

As the fourth installment of HBO’s ever popular hit series, Game of Thrones, premiered this past Saturday, millions of viewers were frustrated to find out HBO Go crashed due to overwhelming demand. A discouraging sign for fans who wanted to watch the highly-anticipated premiere. An HBO Go representative confirmed the technical issues ...Read More

Diving Into What’s New in Java & .NET Monitoring

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added quite a few features to our Java and .NET APM solutions. With the addition of the service endpoints, an improved JMX console, JVM crash detection and crash reports, additional support for many popular frameworks, and async support we have the best APM solution in ...Read More

Introducing AppDynamics Node.js Agent now in Beta

AppDynamics is excited to announce the Node.js agent is available in beta. The AppDynamics Node.js agent now supports all the core AppDynamics features users know and love including auto-discovery of business transactions, dynamic baselining, application flow maps,  and transaction snapshots. Why Node.js? Node.js, for those that haven’t heard of it, is essentially ...Read More

Announcing AppDynamics 2014 Spring Release

AppDynamics is excited to announce the  2014 Spring Release of the AppDynamics platform which continues our tradition of disruptive innovation and extends our leadership position through: Expanded support for a wide range of applications and frameworks including Java, .Net, PHP, Scala, and now Node.js applications Launches mobile application performance monitoring to include ...Read More

Announcing AppDynamics Mobile APM for iOS and Android apps

AppDynamics is excited to announce the release of AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring supporting iOS and Android. With this expansion, AppDynamics is the first complete application performance management solution for optimizing the end to end performance of mobile apps  and websites across devices, mobile operating systems, application versions, carrier networks, databases and servers. The ...Read More
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