The 5 Key Trends Shaping Application and Business Performance

Today’s most talked about brands have formed intimate bonds with consumers through the proliferation of digital services. But in today’s on-demand world, those services are only as good as the applications that deliver them. That’s why excellence in digital experience isn’t just about the frontend — it’s also about optimizing application performance on the backend. […]

Monitoring PCF at Scale: Drinking from the Loggregator Firehose

AppDynamics monitoring for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) provides a simplified view into PCF infrastructure, enabling operators to proactively address issues that impact the performance of the platform and the apps running on it. The Risk of Information Overload Knowing what to monitor in a PCF deployment can be a challenge. PCF leverages a number of […]

AppDynamics and Cisco To Host Virtual Event on AIOps and APM

To mark the two year anniversary of Cisco’s intent to acquire AppDynamics, the worldwide leader in IT, networking, and cybersecurity solutions will join AppDynamics for a one-of-a-kind virtual launch event on January 23, 2019. At AppDynamics Transform: AIOps and the Future of Performance Monitoring, David Wadhwani, CEO of AppDynamics, will share what’s next for the […]

AppDynamics selects AppDynamics to monitor AppDynamics.com

Today we announced a great milestone at AppDynamics: We have selected an application performance management (APM) solution to monitor our Drupal/WordPress website, and we decided to go with AppDynamics. In order to get a pretty sweet discount on the product we agreed to sell our souls and do a press release AND a video testimonial. […]

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 […]

Are your monitoring solutions smart or stupid?

Six months ago I did something really stupid. I foolishly jumped on the social media bandwagon, thinking I could become the first super hero to claim online greatness. Sadly, the only meteoric rise has been the disk space quota for my email server inbox–all thanks to the billion notifications I now get daily from LinkedIn, […]