DevOps Archive

Keep CALM And Embrace DevOps – Sharing

Sharing Is Caring With DevOps In this final blog on the DevOps CALMS model, we end on S for Sharing. Now I have to be honest, the first time I saw the CALMS model I initially questioned whether ‘Sharing’ was really needed. I mean, surely with the right ‘Culture’, then this would ...Read More

8 Steps to Migrating from JavaScript to TypeScript

Recently, we’ve been moving our Browser RUM agent from JavaScript to TypeScript. Though it’s been a challenge, we enjoyed seeing how the change will benefit us and it’s been fun learning a new language in the process. Let me share a little of how we migrated to TypeScript, some of the difficulties ...Read More

Innovate, Renovate, And Dominate – The Mantra Of The Digital Business

This was the theme for Gartner’s Application Architecture, Development & Integration (#GartnerAADI) conference, held in London on the 18th and 19th May 2015. We attended and showcased our Application Intelligence platform, and being an ex-Forrester employee I was excited to see how Gartner events compared. Firstly, hats off to Gartner, this was ...Read More

5 .NET Performance Issues Where Dev and Ops Play the Blame Game

I spend a large portion of my time working with customers to review performance issues in production environments. I was asked by some colleagues to share some insight into some of the more interesting findings. Before launching into a list of offenders, I think it’s worth explaining how often I hear the ...Read More

Baltic DevOps and Upcoming DevOps Monitoring Webinar

I was able to spend time in Tallinn at the first TopConf conference focused on DevOps. The conference had a good turnout of over 80 attendees for its first year. The list of speakers was excellent at the conference, including technology companies such as Skype and SoundCloud and thought leaders of DevOps ...Read More

Keep CALM And Embrace DevOps – Measurement

The next letter in the DevOps CALMS model brings us to M for Measurement. Focusing on the right metrics and measurements is vital if you are going to succeed with DevOps adoption. “You Never Know Where You Are Going Until You Know Where You Have Been” There are not many times in ...Read More

Complete visibility into Docker containers with AppDynamics

Today we announced the AppDynamics Docker monitoring solution that provides an application-centric view inside and across Docker containers. Performance of distributed applications and business transactions can be tagged, traced, and monitored even as they transit multiple containers. Before I talk more about the AppDynamics Docker monitoring solution, let me quickly review the ...Read More

DevOps Introduction Course

DevOps and AppDynamics Need a crash course on what DevOps is, how to foster a collaborative environment, and how to measure the effectiveness? We created a DevOps course, which presents you with a series of interactive questions to test your knowledge. Having just viewed the course myself, I have to say it’s ...Read More

Visualizing and tracking your microservices

There is no question that microservices architectures are the current rage for software design. IT professionals and developers I speak to are migrating to this pattern pretty consistently. Meeting dozens of prospects and customers in the last ten weeks at AppDynamics, I’ve asked this question regularly— are you using or thinking about ...Read More

DevOps in 2015 – Beyond Basic Metrics

This article originally appeared on CodeProject.com It’s 2015, do you know how your web applications are behaving in their production environments? Maybe you’ve got some front-end analytics plugin installed with some server monitoring also configured so you can see the processor and memory utilization of your servers. The outstanding question is: Do ...Read More