Internet of Things (IoT): Changing how we live and take care of business

Harvard Business Review published a blog about the Internet of Things (IoT) and markets where IoT has grown strong. Blog author, Simona Jankowski, wrote, “IoT is expected to connect 28 billion “things” to the internet by 2020, ranging from wearable devices such as smartwatches to automobiles, appliances, and industrial equipment.” That kind ...Read More

The Implications of Google’s Mobilegeddon

Google, with one fell swoop, changed their search algorithm and changing the lives (and livelihoods) of billions. Enter Mobilegeddon. With smartphones becoming as ubiquitous as ever, people are increasingly using them for tasks that they used to do on their PCs, like search. And just as in earlier generations, whole countries skipped ...Read More

Autotrader uses AppDynamics to Solve Performance Issues in Production

There is a common theme among the stories told by our new enterprise customers freshly adopting our AppDynamics platform. As their application grows in scale to meet their customer demands, their time to diagnose performance issues were painfully increasing, too. Operations and development teams slowly seemed to come to accept an untrue ...Read More

16 Metrics to Ensure Mobile App Success: Part 2 User and Engagement Metrics

In my previous post, I discussed the value of monitoring performance metrics. Analyzing app crashes, API latency, application latency, app load per period, and network errors will ensure your app is running optimally and your users are able to access your mobile app in a timely manner. In this post we’ll dive ...Read More

Keep CALM And Embrace DevOps – Lean

Following on from my last blog posts on culture and automation, I want to move on to the next letter of the CALMS model – the letter L for Lean.  Defining Lean For many, and for myself, the basis of modern Lean principles come from Toyota and the Toyota Production System. If you ...Read More

CIO: Changing Sourcing Strategies

Sourcing strategies are evolving rapidly. CIOs have to handle this shift, where innovation isn’t coming from the usual vendors. There is a clear movement toward those who can facilitate the most critical agendas to enable digital business. New organizational structures are required that allow for a culture of innovation and experimentation. In ...Read More

How ING Gains Visibility into their Complex Distributed Environment

One of the greatest benefits of my job is the first-hand insight I gain about our customers’ experiences with AppDynamics. I have the privilege of understanding the impact their technical challenges have on their business execution and how AppDynamics can help them reach their optimal application performance. Most recently, Davide Franzino, ITS ...Read More

Why It’s So Difficult for Devs to Create Apps for the Apple Watch

Well, that didn’t take long. According to an article on Reuter’s some people are reporting their first impressions of the Apple Watch and, unsurprisingly, they are already complaining about the performance of the apps on the Apple Watch. As an engineer who started my career working on real-time embedded systems for industrial ...Read More

AppDynamics AppSphere 2015 is just months away, let the countdown begin!

Mark your calendars for Nov 30 – Dec 4 When we were planning our first user conference last year, we knew AppSphere would be special, but it was even more incredible than we had imagined. We hosted hundreds of attendees from over 350 companies, 20 countries, and countless disciplines and backgrounds. But, ...Read More

Application Analytics for the New Millennium

What’s old is new again. That maxim is no truer than in the white hot Application Performance Management (APM) market. A decade ago APM was a dusty corner of enterprise IT, focusing on keeping creaky enterprise apps up and running. Today, the world has changed. Applications have changed. Enterprise IT is undergoing ...Read More