APM Thought Leadership Archive

One bad App can ruin your health

How do users react when their mobile applications aren’t performing up to expectations? How frustrated do they become? These were answers we sought out to find when we started the App Attention Span Research with the University of London. We wanted to find quantitative proof to see how poor performing apps affect ...Read More

Holographic Haystacks — Capturing Business Transactions

Why Archive Every Business Transaction? The other day I found myself in a discussion with a prospect regarding the merits of capturing complete stack traces for every transaction that flowed through their production system. You see AppDynamics doesn’t do that; we capture problematic business transactions, and this bloke seemed concerned someone would one ...Read More

The Fourth Digital Wave: The Age of Application Intelligence

This post originally appeared on APM Digest Welcome to the fourth era of digital. The first three periods or ages or phases — call them what you like — were each defined clearly by transformative events. First, the dawn of the personal computer age in April 1977 with the debut of the ...Read More

AppDynamics and MongoDB Work Together to Scale Databases [VIDEO]

If you haven’t noticed, enterprise IT is going through a generational inversion. Not necessarily in people (although that seems to be starting too) but in technology. There is a move from on-premise to cloud. From difficult to use enterprise applications with extended training required, to consumer-grade, intuitive interfaces that are nearly as ...Read More

Thinking About APM? 4 Key Considerations for Buy vs. Build Your Own

Most technology folks have heard Marc Andreessen’s provocative statement, “Software is eating the world.”  Whether you agree fully or not, you’re realizing that your business critical software applications increasingly drive both the top-line revenue growth and the bottom-line operational efficiency of your company – and often form the pillar of your business ...Read More

Black Friday Horror Story Averted with Alerting and Monitoring

AppDynamics recently announced the launch of our Application Intelligence Platform, which is the underlying infrastructure that delivers our portfolio of products to customers. A key component of the Application Intelligence platform is the notion of extensibility – we can integrate with many of the existing tools you already have in place so ...Read More

The Intelligent Approach to Production Monitoring

We get a lot of questions about our analytics-driven Application Performance Management (APM) collection and analysis technology. Specifically, people want to know how we capture so much detailed information while maintaining such low overhead levels. The short answer is, our agents are intelligent and know when to capture every gory detail (the ...Read More

Replace your Legacy APM Solution with AppDynamics in 7 Steps

Have you been thinking of replacing your current APM solution with AppDynamics but don’t know where to start? This can be a very difficult decision given the time and effort invested by your company and you personally in getting your current APM solution up and running. Chances are, it took months or ...Read More

The new battleground in Analytics Part 2: Transforming APM into Application Intelligence

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about my transition from the world of Analytics into the APM space and my assertion that APM is simply another form of Analytics. It’s turning large amounts of data into information you can use to take quick action. Like other forms of Analytics it ...Read More

The new battleground in Analytics Part 1: Transforming APM into Application Intelligence

As a relative newcomer to the world of Application Performance Management (APM) and the larger category of Application Intelligence, I knew I had a lot to learn. I came into this market having spent the last 15 years in the Analytics space. The idea of taking large volumes of disparate data and ...Read More
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