Welcome to Part 4 of my series Deploying APM in the Enterprise. In the last installment we covered how you find, test, and justify purchasing an APM solution. This blog will focus on what to do after you’ve made a purchase and started down the path of deploying your coveted APM tool (ahem, ahem, AppDynamics, […]
Jim Hirschauer is a Technology Evangelist for AppDynamics. He has an extensive background working in highly available, business critical, large enterprise IT operations environments. Jim has been interested in application performance testing and monitoring since he was a Systems Administrator working in a retail bank. His passion for performance analysis led him down a path where he would design, implement and manage the cloud computing monitoring architecture for a top 10 investment bank. During his tenure at the investment bank, Jim created new processes and procedures that increased overall code release quality and dramatically improved end user experience.
Welcome back to my series on Deploying APM in the Enterprise. In Part 2 we discussed APM maturity from an unusual perspective as maturity models go. In this blog we are going to discuss the process of getting what you want and need in the way of an APM product. Warning – This is an […]
Welcome to Part 2 of the series “Deploying APM in the Enterprise“. In Part 1 I provided some background on what this series is all about and why you should continue reading. Part 2 will provide more foundation and my take on APM maturity. This will not be one of those boring theoretical maturity models […]
It’s interesting as a parent watching your kids grow up and learn how to do things for themselves. I have 2 boys ages 6 and 7 and they often amaze me and confound me. There are times when I think they are absolutely brilliant and other times where I think that significant amounts of remedial […]
Introduction If you already know what APMaaS is then feel free to skip to the next paragraph. For the rest of you, APMaaS is Application Performance Management as a Service. It is an offering that provides end user experience monitoring, application component discovery, transaction mapping and tracking, deep application diagnostics, and analytics all working together […]
It’s pretty amazing working a booth at one of the world’s largest Java conferences as an application monitoring vendor. You get to hear hundreds of opinions on managing java performance, along with stories from users of competing products and their mixed experiences. What was clear from the conversations I had at JavaOne was that customers […]