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The Power of Real-Time: How the On-Demand Revolution Is Changing Performance Monitoring

How brands engage with customers and drive revenue depends on the digital experiences powered by applications. Today, thanks to companies like Uber…

By Thomas Wyatt | May 30, 2019 |3 min read| Share

The Power of Real-Time: How the On-Demand Revolution Is Changing Performance Monitoring

How brands engage with customers and drive revenue depends on the digital experiences powered by applications. Today, thanks to companies like Uber…

The Rise of AIOps: How Data, Machine Learning, and AI Will Transform Performance Monitoring

Over the last decade, application environments have exploded in complexity. Gone are the days of managing monoliths. Today’s IT professionals are tasked with ensuring the…

By Sonja Jacob December 17, 2018|10 min read| Share

The Pain of Not Doing DevOps

For planning new software projects and maintaining existing deployments, DevOps helps organizations creates stronger ties between all stakeholders throughout the development lifecycle. So it’s no…

By Sean Stanford May 18, 2018|3 min read| Share

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Are your monitoring solutions smart or stupid?

Six months ago I did something really stupid. I foolishly jumped on the social media bandwagon, thinking I could become the first super hero to claim online greatness. Sadly, the only meteoric rise has been the disk space quota for my email server inbox–all thanks to the billion notifications I now get daily from LinkedIn, […]

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BTM Meets APM

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AppDynamics helps Media Customer solve Production Slowdown

Whilst disrupting the APM marketplace is a primary objective for AppDynamics, our ultimate goal is to help customers manage applications performance and solve real world problems using our software. Our unique visibility allows customers to fully understand how their business transactions execute across their infrastructure, so when they slow down, our customers know the where, […]

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AppDynamics for .NET is almost here!

When we launched AppDynamics Pro back in October 2009, it redefined the way organizations could monitor and manage the performance of their production Java applications. The feedback we’ve received to date can be summed up as “Simple, Smart, Powerful and easy to use.” Over the last decade, words like “simple” and “smart” were rarely associated […]

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 […]

The App Attention Index 2017

See what keeps users interested — and what turns them off — in this must-read report. Download now

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A Decade of APM Acquisitions and Evolution

“APM Game Changer” was the headline yesterday with the news that Compuware acquired Dynatrace Software for $256 million. With the APM market worth an estimated $6 billion, it’s not really a surprise to see such a transaction (no pun intended) within the APM market. In fact, over the past ten years, there have been several […]

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Application Performance Management for Everyone

When we founded AppDynamics, we wanted to disrupt the marketplace to make APM accessible to every organization. We felt Application Performance shouldn’t discriminate and should be available to all sizes of organizations, from startups to SMBs to large Enterprises. In the past, the Cost and Complexity of legacy APM made it only available to large […]

Engineering

NoSQL meets SQL

 

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Making The Business More Agile

We’re pretty lucky these days to work and play with lots of cool stuff. In a consumer world of HD TVs, Mac books, iPhones, Droids, Angry Birds, Face books and tweets, life is rarely boring. Working in IT is the same. We’ve got clouds, NoSQL, agile, SOA, ria, pythons, scalas, rubies, and lots of ideas […]

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 […]