.NET Archive

What’s new in the Summer ‘14 release for Java & .NET Developers

As part of AppDynamics’ Summer ‘14 release, we added support for a plethora of new features in the Java & .NET product modules.  What does this news mean for Java & .Net developers?  Let’s take a closer look at how our best in class feature set enables developers to deliver better performing, ...Read More

How Do you Monitor Your Logging?

Applications typically log additional data such as exceptions to different data sources. Windows event logs, local files, and SQL databases are most commonly used in production. New applications can take advantage of leveraging big data instead of individual files or SQL. One of the most surprising experiences when we start monitoring applications ...Read More

The Real Cost of Logging

In order to manage today’s highly dynamic application environments, many organizations 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

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

Instrumenting .NET applications with AppDynamics using NuGet

Introduction One of the coolest things to come out of the .NET stable at AppD this week was the NuGet package for Azure Cloud Services. NuGet makes it a breeze to deploy our .NET agent along with your web and worker roles from inside Visual Studio. For those unfamiliar with NuGet, more ...Read More

AppDynamics Pro on the Windows Azure Store

Over a year ago, AppDynamics announced a partnership with Microsoft and launched AppDynamics Lite on the Windows Azure Store. With AppDynamics Lite, Windows Azure users were able to easily monitor their applications at the code level, allowing them to identify and diagnose performance bottlenecks in real time. Today we’re happy to announce ...Read More

AppDynamics goes to Dallas for AppJam

The AppDynamics team headed to Dallas this week to host another AppJam at the historic Arlington Hall. The AppJam exceeded expectations with an audience 150% larger than anticipated and featured great talks from FamilySearch, Orbitz, and AppDynamics. If you weren’t able to make it to the event and see everyone live, don’t ...Read More

AppDynamics goes to Berlin for the International PHP Conference

The AppDynamics team headed to Berlin this week to showcase AppDynamics for PHP at the International PHP Conference. We’ve previously written about the “Why” behind the recent announcement of AppDynamics for PHP, but the proof was in the pudding when the room at IPC Spring had to be moved last minute to ...Read More

Growth Happens: What We’re Going to Do with $50 Million in Funding

Today AppDynamics announced that we’ve secured a $50 million Series D funding led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP). It is a milestone event for our company and I thought I’d take a moment to answer two key questions: Why another funding round, and why right now? The first answer is that we ...Read More

AppDynamics for IT Optimisation Product of the Year

This week we received some exciting news that AppDynamics is nominated for IT Optimisation Product of the Year!  The Network Computing Awards annually recognizes the solutions and companies that are “most impressive in helping organisations function better through getting the most out of their networks”.  As AppDynamics’ first Network Computing nomination, it’s great to be ...Read More
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