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Getting started with iOS using Swift and AppDynamics

It is no secret the mobile application market is continuing to grow at impressive rates with over 25% of the internet now being consumed from mobile devices. If you are only doing business on the web you are leaving a massive audience behind. The audience just got a bit easier to reach ...Read More

AppDynamics Partners with OpenShift by Red Hat to Empower DevOps

We’re proud to partner with OpenShift by Red Hat to help monitor their open-source platform-as-a-service (PaaS). Together we make it easier to scale into the cloud. The integration helps foster DevOps by increasing the visibility and collaboration between the typically fragmented development and operations teams throughout the product lifecycle. We caught up ...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

Monitoring Apps on the Cloud Foundry PaaS

At AppDynamics, we pride ourselves on making it easier to monitor complex applications. This is why we are excited to announce our partnership with Pivotal to make it easier to deploy built-in application performance monitoring to the cloud.   Getting started with Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry Web Service Cloud Foundry is the open platform ...Read More

Bootstrapping DropWizard apps with AppDynamics on OpenShift by Red Hat

Getting started with DropWizard, OpenShift, and AppDynamics In this blog post, I’ll show you how to deploy a Dropwizard-based application on OpenShift by Red Hat and monitor it with AppDynamics. DropWizard is a high-performance Java framework for building RESTful web services. It is built by the smart folks at Yammer and is ...Read More

IT holds more business influence than they realise

A ‘well oiled’ organization is one where IT and the rest of the business are working together and on the same page. In order to achieve this there needs to be good communication, and for good communication there needs to be a common language. In most organizations, while IT are striving to ...Read More

Monitoring Java Applications with AppDynamics on OpenShift by Red Hat

At AppDynamics, we are all about making it easy to monitor complex applications. That is why we are excited to announce our partnership with OpenShift by RedHat to make it easier than ever before to deploy to the cloud with application performance monitoring built-in. Getting started with OpenShift OpenShift is Red Hat’s ...Read More

Going live with a mobile app: Part 4 – Monitoring your mobile application

In the third part of this series I discussed preparing to launch a mobile application with load testing and beta testing and highlighted the differences between the iOS and Android ecosystems. In this post I will dive into monitoring your production mobile application. Production consideration: Crash and Error Reporting Crash and error ...Read More

Going live with a mobile app: Part 3 – Launching a mobile application

In the second part of this series I discussed developing a mobile application and choosing a backend platform and building for various network conditions. In this post I will dive into some considerations when launching a mobile application. Mobile app audiences are a notoriously fickle bunch and a poor first impression often ...Read More

AppDynamics goes to Forum PHP

The AppDynamics team went to Forum PHP in Paris, France this week. If you are in the area, stop by our booth and say hello. I presented on Scaling PHP in the real world which is a talk based on my series of blog posts on php performance. If you weren’t able ...Read More
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