Java Archive

How Jostens Improved End-User Experience for Online Yearbooks

Jostens is one of the world’s leading providers of yearbooks, class rings, graduation materials, and championship rings, including the NFL Super Bowl rings. Earlier this year, Jostens deployed AppDynamics to manage several of their applications. I talked with Theresa Chasar, Sr. Director, IT Infrastructure, Operations, and Services at Jostens about their experience ...Read More

Code Poets: The Story of Pretentious Developers [VIDEO]

Every engineering department has one, a self-entitled, cocky developer who thinks their code is flawless. They may even refer to themselves as literal “code poets”. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Vooza to provide an inside look, and to serve as a public service announcement for those out there. Check out our ...Read More

Dressing for dinner with Oracle Tuxedo

Can you imagine a world where you have a single, centrally managed, platform instrumenting and collecting data from your whole IT landscape in real-time? Allowing you to troubleshoot issues, analyze their business impact, and even track the flow of business operations (order shipments, transaction settlements, phone line installations, etc.) in real time? ...Read More

Why Now is the Perfect Time to Upgrade to Java 8

This past March, Oracle released their most anticipated version in almost decade, Java 8. The latest version had a growing buzz since it had been announced, and companies of all sizes were eager to upgrade. Our partner, Typesafe conducted a Java 8 adoption survey of 2,800 developers and found 65% of companies ...Read More

AppDynamics Supports Scala and the Typesafe Reactive Platform with Play2/Akka

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added support for the Scala language and the TypeSafe Reactive Platform with support for Play2 and Akka based applications. We are excited to announce a strategic partnership with TypeSafe to provide the best APM solution in the market for Reactive applications. “Our new partnership with ...Read More

What’s new in the Summer ‘14 release for Java & .NET Developers

As part of AppDynamics’ Summer ‘14 release, we added support for a plethora of new features in the Java & .NET product modules.  What does this news mean for Java & .Net developers?  Let’s take a closer look at how our best in class feature set enables developers to deliver better performing, ...Read More

Monitoring IBM Maximo Performance

If you’re like most of our customers running IBM Maximo, you’ve probably run into a performance issue or two recently — maybe it was something obvious, maybe it took a long time to debug, maybe you bought some more consulting services to fix it or maybe you are the consultant who’s trying ...Read More

Diving Into What’s New in Java & .NET Monitoring

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added quite a few features to our Java and .NET APM solutions. With the addition of the service endpoints, an improved JMX console, JVM crash detection and crash reports, additional support for many popular frameworks, and async support we have the best APM solution in ...Read More

Monitoring Apps on the Cloud Foundry PaaS

At AppDynamics, we pride ourselves on making it easier to monitor complex applications. This is why we are excited to announce our partnership with Pivotal to make it easier to deploy built-in application performance monitoring to the cloud.   Getting started with Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry Web Service Cloud Foundry is the open platform ...Read More

Bootstrapping DropWizard apps with AppDynamics on OpenShift by Red Hat

Getting started with DropWizard, OpenShift, and AppDynamics In this blog post, I’ll show you how to deploy a Dropwizard-based application on OpenShift by Red Hat and monitor it with AppDynamics. DropWizard is a high-performance Java framework for building RESTful web services. It is built by the smart folks at Yammer and is ...Read More