APM Archive

Pokémon Go: A Developer’s Perspective

Every app developer dreams of the kind of success that Pokémon Go is enjoying right now. A month ago, it was just a rumor. Just 24 hours after it was released, it was the number one top grossing app, even though it was free to download and play. Within a single week, ...Read More

Why Gartner Identified Application Owners as a Key Use Case for Application Performance Monitoring Suites

Even from a business perspective, application performance management (APM) has become a critical tool in turning business, user, and performance data into relevant insights. Application owners, line-of-business (LOB) managers, and service delivery stakeholders are all investing in APM tools to gain business metrics. In the past, application owners were provided infrastructure metrics ...Read More

Introducing Microservices iQ

As part of AppDynamics Summer ‘16 release, we are announcing Microservices iQ, a new intelligent application performance engine, that enables enterprises to efficiently manage microservice based application environments and deliver performance that delights their customers while exceeding their scale, sophistication and velocity expectations. Microservice architecture is an increasingly popular style of enterprise ...Read More

Why Gartner Identified Application Development as a Key Use Case for Application Performance Monitoring Suites

With the the rise in SaaS-based products and mobile applications, application development teams are becoming a critical stakeholder in application performance. Real-time visibility is critical into seeing how applications work in test, pre-production and production environments to ensure that your code delivers the performance and functionality that your end users expect. Without ...Read More

5 Up-and-Coming Programming Languages to Know About

Staying current in the programming field can sometimes make you feel like the Red Queen in “Alice Through the Looking-Glass.” She said, “It takes all the running you can do to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as ...Read More

Why Gartner identified IT Ops as a key use case for application performance monitoring suites

As application and infrastructure complexity continues to increase, caused by increased abstraction and dynamism creates challenges when monitoring your environment. End-to-end transaction tracing becomes not just ideal, but essential. Without this visibility, application performance issues become like trying to find a needle in a very expansive haystack. This is just one of ...Read More

Beacon Technology: Everything You Need to Know to Start Coding

Unless you’ve been living under a rock the last couple of days, it’s been almost impossible to miss the wildly popular release of Pokemon Go mobile application. Central to the application is geo-location, which is used in conjunction with augmented reality to place virtual characters in the real world where they can ...Read More

Why Gartner Identified DevOps as a Key Persona for Application Performance Monitoring Suites

Research firm, Gartner, conducts two important research projects yearly in the application performance monitoring space. The first is the well known Magic Quadrant. The Magic Quadrant compares the vision and execution of vendors in a specific market. In 2014, Gartner also began requiring a second research report with each Magic Quadrant called ...Read More

Why Gartner Identified Application Support as a Key User for Application Performance Management

Esteemed analyst firm, Gartner, conducts an annual research report to compliment their popular Magic Quadrants. While the Magic Quadrants focus on plotting vendors, not products, in any given industry along x- and y-axis based on their vision and execution. The idea of the Magic Quadrant is to understand the vendor and the ...Read More

A Day in the Life of Tech Torment: Part 4

This is the final installment of a four-part series on ‘A Day in the Life of Tech Torment’ Chapter 4: The Holistic Approach to End User Monitoring If you’re just checking in, catch up on Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of Sooraya’s story here.  Sooraya, our modern day protagonist, relies on an application-focused ...Read More