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The Agents of Transformation Report 2020: COVID-19 Special Edition

Huge segments of the workforce have gone remote, and companies are switching to digital-only strategies to deliver services and products. Millions of people are accessing…

By Laura Slade | May 26, 2020 |12 min read| Share

The Agents of Transformation Report 2020: COVID-19 Special Edition

Huge segments of the workforce have gone remote, and companies are switching to digital-only strategies to deliver services and products. Millions of people are accessing…

AppDynamics is Positioned Highest in Ability to Execute and Named a Leader for the Eighth Time in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant

After a landmark year with an unparalleled rate of innovation, we’re beyond thrilled to announce that AppDynamics has been named a Leader in Gartner’s 2020…

By Danny Winokur April 24, 2020|4 min read| Share

.NET Core 3.0 and the Rise of Azure in the Multicloud World

Microsoft Azure debuted in 2010 as the company’s answer to Amazon Web Services (AWS), the public cloud platform that launched four years earlier to provide…

By AppDynamics Team November 18, 2019|4 min read| Share

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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 […]

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AppDynamics gains Velocity

AppDynamics had a great time last week at Velocity; it was probably the most relevant event we’ll attend this year. Great Keynotes, sessions and an audience that truly understood the significance of application performance. At our booth, it was refreshing to hear questions around monitoring application performance in the cloud (specifically EC2), as well as […]

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Burst with Business Transactions

I love Business Transactions. In fact, at MIT during my Ph.D. I had to learn how to be faster than a speeding business transaction to keep up and monitor them. It wasn’t easy! I mean, you try hopping across multiple tiers and into call stacks in milliseconds. It’s enough to give anyone a headache, especially […]

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AppDynamics Monitoring for Cassandra and Big Data

With AppDynamics 3.2, we recently announced support for Big Data. This essentially allows our customers to manage application performance in production applications while aligning with the growing trend of NoSQL technologies. As applications become more distributed and complex, many organizations are looking to exploit the benefits of Cassandra, Hadoop and MongoDB (to name a few), […]

Product

Bhaskar Sunkara on application performance challenges and solutions

Listen to App Dynamic’s Director of Engineering talk about three main issues (the advent of the cloud, agility, and low-cost memory) that affect application performance in this IBM Java Zone technical podcast. >> Listen to the Podcast

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The Real Overhead of Managing Application Performance

Have you ever tried to troubleshoot a production bottleneck or outage? Let me guess: the first place you’ll look is log files, right? And in those log files lay all the answers to your problems? Err, not exactly. Log files are like haystacks; they take up lots of space and take hours to find the […]

Engineering

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 […]