Automation Framework in Analytics – Part 1

This blog series highlights how we use our own products to test our events service which currently ingests more than three trillion events per month. With fast iterations and deliverables, testing has always been a continuously evolving machine — and a reason why AppDynamics is aligning toward microservices-based architectures. While there are multiple ways to […]

The new battleground in Analytics Part 2: Transforming APM into Application Intelligence

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about my transition from the world of Analytics into the APM space and my assertion that APM is simply another form of Analytics. It’s turning large amounts of data into information you can use to take quick action. Like other forms of Analytics it can help you […]

The new battleground in Analytics Part 1: Transforming APM into Application Intelligence

As a relative newcomer to the world of Application Performance Management (APM) and the larger category of Application Intelligence, I knew I had a lot to learn. I came into this market having spent the last 15 years in the Analytics space. The idea of taking large volumes of disparate data and turning it into […]

AppDynamics Transaction Analytics Raises the Bar for Business Metrics

Last year, we announced our Real-Time Business Metrics (RTBM) capabilities to the world. The response from our existing and new customers has been amazing. We’ve seen business and IT dashboards created and used by business and technology executives alike. We’ve seen major hotel chains collect metrics like searches and bookings per brand, incoming partner search […]

How Monitoring Analytics can make DevOps more Agile

The word “analytics” is an interesting and often abused term in the world of application monitoring. For the sake of correctness, I’m going to reference Wikipedia in how I define analytics: Analytics is the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data. Simply put, analytics should make IT’s life easier. Analytics should point out the bleeding […]

Self Tuning Applications in the Cloud: It’s about time!

In my previous blog I’ve written about the hard work needed to successfully migrate applications to the cloud.   But why go through all that work to get to the cloud? It’s to take advantage of the dynamic nature of the cloud with the ability (and agility) to quickly scale applications. Your application’s load probably […]