We’ve said it before and we’re going to say it again: Application Performance Monitoring (APM) is red hot right now. Although it’s a mature market, the capabilities APM brings to the table are only increasing in value throughout the enterprise. Application performance monitoring endures as a hotbed of innovation and cost savings. […]
Alexander Podelko, a performance expert working with Oracle, recently wrote a blog post in which he takes a look at the current state of the APM market and what he thinks needs to change in order for companies to get the most out of their solutions. […]
A recent article in NetworkWorld highlighted the surge that is being seen in the Application Performance Monitoring space recently. The article came about after AppDynamics and BlueStripe released news that their revenues increased 400 and 700 percent, respectively, in 2011. And quoted in the same article was EMA Analyst Julie Craig, author of her own [...]
Setting the record straight on APM and DevOps: A response to SD Times by Nastel Technologies
Visibility promotes a clear picture of what is occurring in front of you. Not just on the road, but in the world of IT.
The earlier you find an IT problem the less expensive it is to resolve it. Most IT practitioners would agree with that. What they will most likely disagree about is how to do it. Some talk about predictive monitoring and say they can forecast IT problems before they occur. Can that really be done?
Application performance monitoring (APM) is a recognized solution for keeping the pain of growth to a minimum and for identifying problems before they impact end users. When your APM solution is elastic, it can fulfill these roles even more effectively.