Engineering

AppDynamics Monitoring for MongoDB

Back in April this year, we announced new monitoring support for NoSQL tecnhnologies like Cassandra and Memcached which was received really well by our customers. Due to further demand we’ve seen over the past few months from prospects and customers we’ve officially added MongoDB to our platform support, thus extending our coverage of NoSQL technologies. For those not […]

Engineering

Top Tips for Managing .NET Application Performance

There are many technical articles/blogs on the web that jump straight into areas of .NET code you can instantly optimize and tune. Before we get to some of those areas, it’s good to take a step back and ask yourself, “Why am I here?” Are you interested in tuning your app, which is slow and […]

Engineering

.NET Application Performance delivered with AppDynamics 3.3

It’s official: AppDynamics support for Microsoft .NET and Windows Azure is finally here! We’ve got the same Kick Ass Product with the same Secret Sauce–but now it sports a shiny new CLR agent. So whether your apps are Java,  .NET or hybrid, with AppDynamics you have the best of both worlds when it comes to […]

Engineering

Slow SQL – A Usual Suspect

Ask any developer to name a few common performance bottlenecks and 99.9% of them will say “the database” as their first answer. Ask a DBA the same question and 99.9% of them will respond “crappy application code.” If we put aside the mutual love between each party, it’s actually worth looking at why they arrive […]

Engineering

NoSQL meets SQL

 

Engineering

Web Ops to Dev Ops in Mountain View

After Velocity came DevOpsDays in Mountain View. I was hoping to give my feet and liver a rest after two consecutive days at Velocity. When I woke up at 7:30 a.m. the next day my body was throwing lots of OutOfEnergyExceptions, and it did cross my mind whether another 2 day event on Dev and […]

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Will NoSQL and Big Data Kill the DBA?

Remember the good old days where developers and DBAs would argue over who and what was killing the relational database? “It’s your crap SQL,” “You forgot to create an index,” “You don’t know what an index is”…and so on. Do you remember when the DBA occasionally spoke and served out humble pie on how to […]