Obtaining leading Application Intelligence is now a seamless part of the Oracle Cloud Platform experience

Developing high-performance applications for private, public, and hybrid cloud environments just became easier with Oracle’s recent enhancements to its cloud platform. Whether you are looking for a IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS environment, Oracle and AppDynamics are committed to providing their customers with a robust environment that delivers a broad portfolio of integrated services across applications, […]

10 Popular Oracle Performance Metrics that Every DBA Should Know

Before you jump into creating KPIs for your Oracle database, clearly state and test your assumptions right up front. That has to come first. Otherwise, you’ll go down a blind alley many times trying to achieve better performance that will never happen because your assumptions were wrong in the first place. Be prepared to fail […]

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 […]

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 […]

Application Monitoring with JConsole, VisualVM and AppDynamics Lite

What happens when mission critical Java applications slow down or keep crashing in production? The vast majority of IT Operations (Ops) today bury their heads in log files. Why? because thats what they’ve been doing since IBM invented the mainframe. Diving into the weeds feels good, everyone feels productive looking at log entries, hoping that […]