Cracking the Code: A Holistic Look at the Developer Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are software developer jobs on the rise? Which cities are the most popular for tech workers? Are Computer Science degrees spiking with the tech boom? Which coding language earns developers the highest salary? These are a few of the questions we set out to answer and showcase with our Cracking the Code ...Read More

APM & DevOps: How To Collaborate Effectively with the Virtual War Room

We’ve all been there: the dreaded War Room. When a critical application starts behaving badly, everyone and their uncle is on high alert, on conference bridges, chat sessions, and often physically in the same room trying to get to the bottom of the problem. And here’s how the conversation usually goes: Non-Technical ...Read More

5 Secrets to Better PHP Performance

Wait! Do you really need to profile that PHP code? Are you sure you want to start down that time-consuming, tedious path? If you’re looking to squeeze some more performance out of your PHP web application, there are a few relatively quick and easy checks to perform that can give your performance ...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

Speed Kills: Every (milli)second counts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Application performance tends to be one of those things everyone knows is important, but it’s hard to put a specific number to just how important. Earlier this year, Gartner published their findings (subscription required) from Google, Amazon, Yahoo, Microsoft, and many others that showed as performance, most notably speed, slows down, their ...Read More

Top 10 Tweets From #AppSphere14

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Except when you tweet about it. From Advil and Gatorade to the “Virtual War Room”, we went through all the tweets from AppSphere 2014 and picked out a few of our favorites! 10. Some people just can’t handle Vegas. Here's to hoping Advil and Gatorade ...Read More

How Omni-Channel is Your E-Commerce Application Monitoring?

Like it or not, an ever-expanding holiday season is here, and the words moratorium and code freeze are being heard around the halls of many retailers who are gearing up for their Super Bowl of shopping. Just this time last year I was responsible for middleware performance of a leading online and ...Read More

Radio to TV, now Web to Apps: Creating Mobile Intelligence

This blog originally appeared on Wired Insights. Television was a new form of entertainment in the late 1920’s. Unclear how to optimize this new channel, many of the first television stations treated TV the same as radio. Time proved that TV was a completely different experience and changed the way people consumed ...Read More

AppSphere 2014 Wrap: Three Days of Transformation

The big keynotes and general sessions energized and inspired all of us. We’re buzzing with new ideas, we’ve seen our concepts validated, and we see the direction we’re going in as we return to the real world to pursue our collective mission to keep the world’s important applications, and the enterprises they ...Read More

The Envelope, Please! Meet The Inaugural AppSphere Transformation Award Winners

If there’s one way we want to be thought of at AppDynamics, it’s as a customer-driven, customer-centric company. Customer needs are what drives the innovation in our product. Customer success is what drives our day-to-day operations. So it’s fitting that a high point of our first customer conference is recognizing outstanding accomplishments ...Read More