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AppDynamics’ response to our customers regarding the Log4j vulnerability threat

Updated December 22, 2021 On December 9, 2021, a critical vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) in the Apache Log4j Java logging library affecting all Log4j 2 versions earlier than 2.15.0 was…

By Wei Li | December 15, 2021 |3 min read| Share

AppDynamics’ response to our customers regarding the Log4j vulnerability threat

Updated December 22, 2021 On December 9, 2021, a critical vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) in the Apache Log4j Java logging library affecting all Log4j 2 versions earlier than 2.15.0 was…

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Manpower Group Sees Real Results from End User Monitoring

Some companies talk about monitoring their end user experience and other companies take the bull by the horns and get it done. For those who have successfully implemented EUM (RUM, EUEM, or whatever your favorite acronym is) the technology is rewarding for both the company and the end user alike. I recently had the opportunity […]

Engineering

Growth Happens: What We’re Going to Do with $50 Million in Funding

Today AppDynamics announced that we’ve secured a $50 million Series D funding led by Institutional Venture Partners (IVP). It is a milestone event for our company and I thought I’d take a moment to answer two key questions: Why another funding round, and why right now? The first answer is that we need the money […]

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Where Good Tools Go To Die

Over the years working in the field of IT I’ve seen many products come and go. Some weren’t all that good in the first place, while others were very promising but ultimately failed to deliver on expectations. When I was working in the large enterprise world, we (those of us who cared) compared notes on […]

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Why did your Checkout Fail? AppDynamics knows

The reason for this blog is purely down to a real-life incident which one of our e-commerce customers shared with us this week. It’s based around a use case that pretty much anyone can relate to – the moment your checkout transaction spectacularly fails. You sit there, looking at a big fat error message and […]

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AppDynamics for IT Optimisation Product of the Year

This week we received some exciting news that AppDynamics is nominated for IT Optimisation Product of the Year!  The Network Computing Awards annually recognizes the solutions and companies that are “most impressive in helping organisations function better through getting the most out of their networks”.  As AppDynamics’ first Network Computing nomination, it’s great to be nominated by peers […]

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Glassdoor proves AppDynamics is a Great Place to Work!

It’s been almost two years since I joined AppDynamics and it’s been one of the best career moves I’ve ever made. I used to work at a competitor, and quickly realized I was working for the wrong company. Sometimes you just have to trust your gut feeling when it comes to technology–you’ve either got a […]

Engineering

Online Satisfaction Is $ In Your Company’s Pocket

This week Target announced that they will now be price matching BestBuy.com, Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and ToysRUs.com’s prices all year-long – not just during the holiday season.  Talk about competitive edge.  “Showrooming” is just one of the latest ways for retailers to make sure that THEY are the ones you spend your money with.  But it doesn’t […]

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Data Stinks, Information Rocks!

I’ve got many years of performance geekery under my belt and I’ve learned many lessons during that time. One of the most important lessons is paying close attention to the distinction between data and information. Let’s take a look at how the dictionary defines each term: Data – facts and statistics collected together for reference […]

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Deploying APM in the Enterprise Part 8: Stay Thirsty (and Relevant) My Friends

Welcome back to my series on Deploying APM in the Enterprise. In Part 7: Dashboards and Reports – Get the Business on Your Side we discussed ways of using data collected by your monitoring tools to benefit the business and provide a holistic view to the people who need it. When implemented properly, dashboards and […]

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Deploying APM in the Enterprise Part 7: Dashboards and Reports – Get the Business on Your Side

Welcome back to my series on Deploying APM in the Enterprise. In Part 6: Spread the APM Love we talked about ways to increase user adoption of your APM tool and thereby make your organization more successful. This week we focus on Dashboards and Reports. I’m a huge believer in unlocking the information and intelligence […]

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Synthetic vs Real-User Monitoring: A Response to Gartner

Recently Jonah Kowall of Gartner released a research note titled “Use Synthetic Monitoring to Measure Availability and Real-User Monitoring for Performance”. After reading this paper I had some thoughts that I wanted to share based upon my experience as a Monitoring Architect (and certifiable performance geek) working within large enterprise organizations. I highly recommend reading […]

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When Mobile Applications go Mad (and Crash)

Apple has done a stellar job with their development platform and iOS. In fact, they’ve done a stellar job turning my living room into an apple showroom. If you asked me 10 years ago whether my laptop, mouse, keyboard, monitor, phone, music player, TV and tablet would be colored white with an Apple logo I […]

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AppDynamics & Splunk – Better Together

A few months ago I saw an interesting partnership announcement from Foursquare and OpenTable.  Users can now make OpenTable reservations at participating restaurants from directly within the Foursquare mobile app.  My first thought was, “What the hell took you guys so long?” That integration makes sense on so many levels, I’m surprised it hadn’t already […]

Engineering

AppJam 2012: Accelerating DevOps Culture at Edmunds.com

John Martin, Senior Director, Production Engineering, Edmunds.com Collaboration between Dev and Ops is a critical part of how Edmunds.com manages its 30 critical web application. Development requires hard data from Operations so they can fully understand how to improve application performance. In this session John will discuss the key drivers for DevOps at Edmunds.com,  how […]

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AppJam 2012: Zero to Production APM in 30 days at ExactTarget

Kevin Siminski, Director of Infrastructure Operations, ExactTarget As a global Software-as-a-Service leader serving the world’s top brands, ExactTarget maintains an extensive .NET platform of several thousand nodes. In this session, Kevin will provide insight into how ExactTarget ramped up a full APM production deployment in approximately four weeks and added an entire new dimension of […]