Cloud Archive

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

Complete visibility into Docker containers with AppDynamics

Today we announced the AppDynamics Docker monitoring solution that provides an application-centric view inside and across Docker containers. Performance of distributed applications and business transactions can be tagged, traced, and monitored even as they transit multiple containers. Before I talk more about the AppDynamics Docker monitoring solution, let me quickly review the ...Read More

Visualizing and tracking your microservices

There is no question that microservices architectures are the current rage for software design. IT professionals and developers I speak to are migrating to this pattern pretty consistently. Meeting dozens of prospects and customers in the last ten weeks at AppDynamics, I’ve asked this question regularly— are you using or thinking about ...Read More

The End of my Affair with Apdex

A decade ago, when I first learned of Apdex, it was thanks to a wonderful technology partner, Coradiant. At the time, I was running IT operations and web operations, and brought Coradiant into the fold. Coradiant was ahead of its time, providing end-user experience monitoring capabilities via packet analysis. The network-based approach ...Read More

Getting Started with Pivotal Cloud Foundry and AppDynamics

This post originally appeared on Pivotal’s blog The primary objective of a platform should be to provide a high-level of automation. This provides easy management of applications and services, while delivering consistent and error-free deployment of applications. While this high level automation provides a critical foundation, additional specialized services can be added ...Read More

How Oceanwide gains visibility into their .NET private cloud environment

I recently had the opportunity to catch up with Jonathan Victor, COO at Oceanwide, a leading insurance software company. Jonathan and I discussed the challenges they faced prior to implementing AppDynamics APM, such as gaining visibility into their cloud operations and diagnosing the root cause of performance issues. We also discussed how ...Read More

Scaling Your Application Efficiently – Horizontal or Vertical?

Anyone deploying an application in production probably has some experience with scaling to meet increased demand. A generation ago, virtualization made scaling your application as simple as increasing your instance count or size. However, now with the advent of cloud, you can scale to theoretical infinity. Maybe you’ve even set up some ...Read More