Advances In Mesh Technology Make It Easier for the Enterprise to Embrace Containers and Microservices

More enterprises are embracing containers and microservices, which bring along additional networking complexities. So it’s no surprise that service meshes are in the spotlight now. There have been substantial advances recently in service mesh technologies—including Istio’s 1.0, Hashi Corp’s Consul 1.2.1, and Buoyant merging Conduent into LinkerD—and for good reason. Some background: service meshes are […]

Battle of the PaaS: Python Apps in the Cloud

In the early days of the web, web pages were static and did not change. Today, however, most websites you visit are like applications you might find on your desktop — they offer dynamic content that changes on the fly. Users can interact with the app and get different information from another user, all without […]

Battle of the PaaS: PHP Apps in the Cloud

Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers have grown rapidly over the last few years. Now you can choose from a number of robust services that can help you rapidly develop, deploy and manage your PHP application. To help you make sense of this crowded market, this article will examine the features, benefits and drawbacks of […]

Battle of the PaaS: Node.js Apps in the Cloud

No matter why you came to Node.js to develop your app (blasting past slow I/O, free data exchange, moving out of the Flash sandbox, etc.) what you want to know now is the best place to host it. The answer to that question, though, really depends on what you want to do when you get […]

AppDynamics Partners with OpenShift by Red Hat to Empower DevOps

We’re proud to partner with OpenShift by Red Hat to help monitor their open-source platform-as-a-service (PaaS). Together we make it easier to scale into the cloud. The integration helps foster DevOps by increasing the visibility and collaboration between the typically fragmented development and operations teams throughout the product lifecycle. We caught up with Chris Morgan, […]

Monitoring Apps on the Cloud Foundry PaaS

At AppDynamics, we pride ourselves on making it easier to monitor complex applications. This is why we are excited to announce our partnership with Pivotal to make it easier to deploy built-in application performance monitoring to the cloud.   Getting started with Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry Web Service Cloud Foundry is the open platform as a service, […]

Bootstrapping DropWizard apps with AppDynamics on OpenShift by Red Hat

Getting started with DropWizard, OpenShift, and AppDynamics In this blog post, I’ll show you how to deploy a Dropwizard-based application on OpenShift by Red Hat and monitor it with AppDynamics. DropWizard is a high-performance Java framework for building RESTful web services. It is built by the smart folks at Yammer and is available as an […]

Monitoring Java Applications with AppDynamics on OpenShift by Red Hat

At AppDynamics, we are all about making it easy to monitor complex applications. That is why we are excited to announce our partnership with OpenShift by RedHat to make it easier than ever before to deploy to the cloud with application performance monitoring built-in. Getting started with OpenShift OpenShift is Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that […]

Applications were failing long before Cloud came along

I’m fed up of reading about Cloud outages, largely because all applications are created and managed by the most dangerous species on the planet – the human being. Failure is inevitable in regards to everything the human being creates or touches, and for this reason alone I see no news in seeing the word “outage” […]

A Decade of APM Acquisitions and Evolution

“APM Game Changer” was the headline yesterday with the news that Compuware acquired Dynatrace Software for $256 million. With the APM market worth an estimated $6 billion, it’s not really a surprise to see such a transaction (no pun intended) within the APM market. In fact, over the past ten years, there have been several […]