Cloud Archive

Priorities for Application Operations Teams in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

As we start 2015, IT and Application Operations teams prioritize their goals to improve the overall efficiency, migrate to the cloud, place importance on big data, among other department goals. In case you’ve been living under a rock, and haven’t heard about the monumental success of AppDynamics AppSphere™ 2014, well now you ...Read More

AppDynamics Joins the Cloud Foundry Foundation

I’m pleased to announce that AppDynamics is now a member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation, the nonprofit organization committed to rapid and robust development of the open-source Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service. This organization is playing a critical role in ensuring that the Cloud Foundry ecosystem remains open and available to users, developers, and ...Read More

AppSphere Speaker Panel: Cloudy With A Chance Of Innovation

AppSphere Day One general sessions ended with a panel of cloud experts led in discussion by Jonah Kowall, research vice president – IT operations at Gartner, with questions prepared by Jonah and also submitted by the audience. The course of the discussion indicated that — like so many things in this time ...Read More

How to Run AppDynamics in Microsoft Azure

“Is it possible to run the AppDynamics controller within my own Microsoft Azure IaaS?” I hear this question fairly regularly and would like to walk you through how to host the controller in your own Azure cloud. First off, the pros of having AppDynamics with Azure: Have full control and ownership of ...Read More

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 ...Read More

The answer for government applications migrating to the cloud: visibility

Recently, I’ve had several conversations with US Federal Government Agencies about monitoring applications moving to FedRAMP (The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) data centers. Because of the Government’s Cloud First policy, which mandates that agencies take full advantage of cloud computing benefits, agencies are increasingly forced to move application outside of ...Read More

Cloud Auto Scaling using AppDynamics

Are your applications moving to an elastic cloud infrastructure? The question is no longer if, but when – whether that is a public cloud, a private cloud, or a hybrid cloud. Classic computing capacity models clearly indicate that over-provisioning is essential to keep up with peak loads of traffic while the over-provisioned ...Read More

Managing the Performance of Cloud Based Applications

In the last post I covered several architectural techniques you can use to build a highly scalable, failure resistant application in the cloud. However, these architectural changes – along with the inherent unreliability of the cloud – introduce some new problems for application performance management. Many organizations rely on logging, profilers, and legacy ...Read More

Join AppDynamics at Cloud Expo Europe

Visit AppDynamics at Cloud Expo Europe and find out how you can make the most of your cloud-based application. ...Read More

Architecting for the Cloud

The biggest difference between cloud-based applications and the applications running in your data center is scalability. The cloud offers scalability on demand, allowing you to expand and contract your application as load fluctuates. This scalability is what makes the cloud appealing, but it can’t be achieved by simply lifting your existing application ...Read More