Finding the Root Cause of Application Performance Issues in Production

The most enjoyable part of my job at AppDynamics is to witness and evangelize customer success. What’s slightly strange is that for this to happen, an application has to slow down or crash. It’s a bittersweet feeling when End Users, Operations, Developers and many Businesses suffer application performance pain. Outages cost the ...Read More

An Introduction to the Data Cloud

As data has grown exponentially at many sites, companies have been forced to horizontally scale their data.  Some have turned to sharding of databases like Postgres or MySQL, while others have switched to newer NoSQL data systems.  There have been many debates in the last few years about SQL vs. NoSQL data ...Read More

Spot the Difference in AppDynamics 3.4

Okay, admit it. The title Spot the Difference in AppDynamics 3.4 caught your attention, especially after we just recently announced our free End User Monitoring features, and now you’re here to find out what other insanely cool stuff we’ve been working on to enhance the experience for APM aficionados, customers and people like you! ...Read More

Code Deadlock – A Usual Suspect

Imagine you’re an operations guy and you’ve just received a phone call or alert notifying you that the application your responsible for is running slow. You bring up your console, check all related processes, and notice one java.exe process isn’t using any CPU but the other Java processes are.  The average sys ...Read More

APM vs NPM. 2nd Round K.O.

Round Two – Last time I wrote a blog comparing APM versus network-based APM tools, which I still consider NPM at it’s core regardless of what some critics and competitors claim. Let me make one thing clear though, NPM is great for equipping IT network administrators to see how fast or slow ...Read More

APM vs NPM. Round One.

Another three-letter acronym I see frequently mixed in with APM is NPM which stands for Network Performance Management. At first glance they look very similar. The distinction appears very subtle with just a one letter difference, but it speaks volumes because their core technologies and approaches to monitoring application performance are fundamentally different. ...Read More

The New Generation of Enterprise Java: Designing for the Next Big Thing

There’s been a generational shift in how Java enterprise applications are created: they have been broken down from a monolithic architecture into multiple services, and they’re highly interconnected and distributed. How can Java developers and Operations teams adapt to these changes? This keynote will discuss the 4 Big Things that Java professionals ...Read More

Travel Company Karavel Boosts Application Performance by 20% with AppDynamics

The X-Ray competition winner from last quarter came from an online travel company in France called Karavel who kindly documented their success with AppDynamics Pro. Karavel has been using AppDynamics extensively with custom dashboards, pro-actively alerting and also for optimizing slow business transactions in their production environment. Here is Karavel’s X-Ray case ...Read More

Why I Joined The Leading APM Provider AppDynamics

A new year, a new iPhone and a new quarter. What else is new? How about a new company? Last month I was fortunate enough to join a stellar marketing team at one of the fastest growing enterprise software startups in the bay area. The company you ask? AppDynamics, and did I ...Read More

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