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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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The Three Faces of the Hybrid Cloud

Most people, thankfully, have acknowledged that the cloud is real.  For groups such as development and testing, it’s not only real, but highly successful; we’re seeing our customers and prospects use the public clouds, or build and deploy private clouds at a much more rapid pace than even a year ago. The real question is […]

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Who owns the application?

The debate over who owns an application in production continues to unfurl.  What I’ve found interesting is, after a period of time where writers and bloggers were looking towards IT Operations to be application owners, I’ve started to detect a bit of a backlash. The arguments for IT Operations owning the application is simple: Development […]

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Is this thing on?

I haven’t written a blog post before, but I’m told that writing is easy if you write about your passions. So let me discuss why I founded AppDynamics. I began the company because I saw a gap that I wanted to fill. The world is host to countless thousands of applications, and an almost equal […]