How Top Investment Banks Accelerate Transaction Time and Avoid Performance Bottlenecks

A complex series of interactions must take place for an investment bank to process a single trade. From the moment it’s placed by a buyer, an order is received by front-office traders and passed through to middle- and back-office systems that conduct risk management checks, matchmaking, clearing and settlement. Then the buyer receives the securities […]

Improved Database Support Enhances Data Visibility and Helps Resolve Problems Faster

Total visibility is crucial to monitoring the database environments that support your most critical applications. That’s why AppDynamics recently released a number of updates to our Database Visibility functionality. Not only do we now support monitoring Couchbase, but we also added snapshot correlation, support for custom cluster configuration, and enhancements to our ability to collect […]

AppDynamics and MongoDB Work Together to Scale Databases [VIDEO]

If you haven’t noticed, enterprise IT is going through a generational inversion. Not necessarily in people (although that seems to be starting too) but in technology. There is a move from on-premise to cloud. From difficult to use enterprise applications with extended training required, to consumer-grade, intuitive interfaces that are nearly as easy to use […]

Announcing AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform

AppDynamics is excited to unveil details behind our new Application Intelligence Platform which is the technology foundation for the AppDynamics portfolio of performance monitoring, automation and analytics solutions (transaction analytics was also announced today). Today’s software defined businesses need the ability to see everything in their application environment, act with certainty, and know faster. See, […]

Database Monitoring for MariaDB and Percona Server

Both MariaDB and Percona Server are forks of MySQL and strive to be drop in replacements for MySQL from a binary, api compatibility, and command line perspective. It’s great to have an alternative to MySQL since you never know what might happen to it given that Oracle bought it for 1 billion dollars. In this blog […]

How To Set Up and Monitor Amazon RDS Databases

Relational databases are still an important application component even in today’s modern application architectures. There is usually at least one relational database lurking somewhere within the overall application flow and understanding the behavior of these databases is major factor in rapidly troubleshooting application problems. In 2009, Amazon launched their RDS service which basically allows anyone to spin […]

Introducing AppDynamics for Databases

The most common cause of application slowdowns today is slow SQL or stored procedures in the database. The reason? Databases store large amounts of data on disk, and disk is super slow relative to data in memory (unless its SSD). As data volumes grow, the need to configure, maintain and optimize a database also grows […]