Recap: Summer Internship Program

Our summer internship has come to an end. Our interns put in hard work this summer across their different departments and have made quite an impact here at AppDynamics. While we’re sad they’re making their way back to school, we know they are taking many important lessons with them. In this post, we’ll take a […]

Three Productive Go Patterns to Put on Your Radar

By most definitions, with just 26 keywords, a terse spec, and a commitment to orthogonal features, Go is a simple language. Go programmers are expected to use the basic building blocks offered by the language to compose more complex abstractions. Over time, best-in-class solutions to frequently encountered problems tend to be discovered, shared, and replicated. […]

The Four Things I Learned in Ten Weeks at AppDynamics

It’s Friday, July 28th, 2017, 7 PM, and I’m sitting down to start writing this blog post. It’s the last day of the quarter and I’ve just finished week six of my eleven-week summer internship at AppDynamics. Realizing that I’ve passed the halfway point, I figured now was as good a time as any to […]

AppDynamics Partners with Apica So DevOps Teams Can Ensure Flawless Application Performance

IDG research* suggests nearly a third of employees who resolve disruptions reside in application development teams. These developers are regularly challenged to deliver business critical applications that provide the best possible user experience with high reliability. While there are a wide variety of tools available to assist application developers and operations team, attempting to use […]

Good Migrations: Five Steps to Successful Cloud Migration

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last decade, you’ve seen cloud computing spread like fire across every industry. You also probably know that the cloud plays a pivotal role when it comes to digital transformation. Whether “the app is the business” is a well-worn subject or not, it doesn’t change the fact […]

How to Make AppDynamics the Salt & Pepper of the Spice Rack

Large financial services enterprises are known to invest in tools which are not always fully adopted. Many are excellent tools which for one reason or another ended up being adopted to a fraction of their potential or, even worse, were shelved without making an appearance in a production environment. Thinking about these tools often reminds […]

3 Mobile App Performance Issues You Can’t Ignore

With the mobile era upon us, the way we conduct business or communicate with our friends and family has changed significantly. Thanks to smartphones and tablets, we rely on mobile apps more and more. Because of this, mobile apps are big business. In fact, in 2016 alone the estimated global mobile app revenue was $88.3 billion. […]

Summer Internship Program at AppDynamics

The best learning experiences are hands-on experiences. That’s why at AppDynamics we invest so heavily in our summer internship program. We feel it’s important that college students and postgraduate students have opportunities to grow and expand. This year we are fortunate to have 14 interns spending their summer with us. Their backgrounds include product management, […]

AppDynamics Unleashes the Titan Partner Program

The digital revolution is redefining business models, go-to-market strategies, sales tactics and much more across every industry and vertical. To stay competitive, businesses are shifting their focus of simply selling physical products to new ways they can improve the entire customer experience through software. This new school of thought paired with the rapid pace technology […]

AppDynamics and NodeSource Team Up For Enterprise Node.js Monitoring

Node.js is a popular choice with application development teams due to its event-driven, non-blocking, flexible, lightweight and extensible framework which enables faster innovation and adoption of microservices. AppDynamics has supported monitoring of Node.js since 2014. It has been a cornerstone of our Unified Monitoring strategy providing visibility into end-to-end transactions, across disparate tiers and programming […]