Cloud Archive

Battle of the PaaS: Node.js Apps in the Cloud

No matter why you came to Node.js to develop your app (blasting past slow I/O, free data exchange, moving out of the Flash sandbox, etc.) what you want to know now is the best place to host it. The answer to that question, though, really depends on what you want to do ...Read More

Using AppDynamics with Red Hat OpenShift v3

As customers and partners are making the transition of their applications from monoliths to microservices using Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers such as RedHat OpenShift v3, AppDynamics has made a significant investment in providing first-class integrations with such providers. OpenShift v3 has been significantly re-architected from its predecessor OpenShift v2 where ...Read More

Introducing the AppDynamics Service Broker Tile for Pivotal Cloud Foundry

As customers and partners are making the transition of their applications from monoliths to microservices using Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF), AppDynamics has made a significant investment in providing first-class integrations with such providers. Pivotal Cloud Foundry helps enterprises make the transition to cloud native ...Read More

How AWS Views the Future of Enterprise IT [VIDEO]

Amazon Web Services pioneered cloud computing in 2008. Since then, they’ve learned a lot about what enterprises have done to meaningfully adopt the cloud to benefit their businesses. However, migrating to the cloud is often an exhausting process.   Stephen Orban, Global Head of Enterprise Strategy at AWS, was one of the ...Read More

Reinventing Retail with the Internet of Things, Data, and Massive Insights

Retail as we know it is about to change. Retail Systems Research conducted a study, The Internet of Things in Retail: Great Expectations, and found that 80% of respondents agreed: the Internet of Things will drastically change the way companies do business in the next three years. Huge efficiencies are coming out ...Read More

Top 10 Tweets Seen at AWS re:Invent

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas – except when you tweet about it. With more than 18,000 people in attendance at Amazon Web Services’ re:Invent – you can be sure there plenty of tweets. We highlighted a few of our favorites: 1.  That time it rained in Vegas…in October. Pretty sweet ...Read More

Get Into the Cloud: AppDynamics at Amazon Web Services re:Invent

The AppDynamics and Amazon Web Services (AWS) relationship grows stronger each year, with marquee joint customers such as Nasdaq. Our Application Intelligence Platform continues to evolve enabling enterprises to manage their cloud applications more efficiently and gain complete visibility and control into an expanded set of AWS services, with an exclusive 60 ...Read More

Monitoring Amazon SQS with AppDynamics

AppDynamics recently announced the support for applications running an expanded suite of services from Amazon Web Services (AWS). As many enterprises are migrating or deploying their new applications in the AWS Cloud, it is important to have deeper insight and control over the applications and the underlying infrastructure in order to ensure ...Read More

The Enterprise is Ready for the Cloud …

Recently, we here at AppDynamics have seen two major transformations in adoption of the public cloud. First is the adoption of the cloud for production workloads, and second is adoption of the cloud by large enterprises. Transformation 1: From Dev/Test/QA to Production Workloads Because dev/test cycles for applications have different capacity requirements ...Read More

Improving Client Service Through Cloud Application Monitoring

This article originally appeared on Kurtosys’ blog. In the last two years, there has been a big change in the way Kurtosys delivers applications to clients, most of which can be attributed to the use of cloud-based Infrastructure services. To keep pace with this shift, we have had to make some serious ...Read More