Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Dec 16, 2015
Deciding which Application Performance Management platform is right for you can be a challenging task. The term Application Performance Management (APM) is thrown around pretty loosely these days and it can be difficult to isolate facts from marketing noise. However, there are some key considerations that will help you shortlist, evaluate, and select the best Application Performance Management solution for your unique needs.
In our 28-criteria evaluation of application performance management (APM) solutions, we identified the 14 most significant vendors — AppDynamics, AppNeta, BMC Software, CA Technologies, Dell, Dynatrace, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), IBM, ManageEngine, Microsoft, Nastel Technologies, NetScout, New Relic, and Riverbed Technology — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals make the right choice for their organization.
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Mar 06, 2017
Dynatrace application performance monitoring simplifies your complex application environment, helping you and your team perform better. You'll learn how you can take a different approach to APM with an AI-powered, automated full-stack solution that gives you operational insights out of the box.
A CIO’s Guide: Building Business Trust with Application Performance Monitoring, a white paper prepared by EMA, highlights the benefits of an APM solution in delivering quality services and helping IT organizations build track records of operational excellence. Download it today.
In collaboration with Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), AppDynamics has conducted a survey of application management professionals and managers to determine exactly what IT organizations want and need from APM providers.
Here are some key findings from the research:
• Only 30% of companies currently have application-specific solutions to monitor apps
• 50% or fewer of the tools companies have purchased are actively being used to monitor apps
• 27% of application-related problems are detected by monitoring tools
• A “unified monitoring platform” is the top choice in a feature of an APM solution
Download the full report to review the findings and understand the key challenges and “must haves” associated with APM solutions voiced by IT professionals themselves.
IT organizations struggle with numerous challenges — hybrid environments, lack of visibility during cloud migration, multiple infrastructure monitoring tools, and reliance on manual processes. Yet according to a 2018 global survey, less than half of IT practitioners are confident they can ensure performance and system availability with their current toolset.
As a Splunk customer, you understand the power of running your monitoring and logging environment in a machine data platform. Are you utilizing your machine data platform to effectively run APM, infrastructure monitoring and Network performance monitoring and diagnostics?
This guide outlines the 8 biggest mistakes IT practitioners make and provides solutions, key takeaways and real-world examples to help you improve IT monitoring and troubleshooting in your organization.
Download your copy to learn how to:
Achieve end-to-end-visibility throughout cloud migration
Find trends and root cause faster with automated investigations
Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Apr 16, 2018
Application performance management (APM) is an IT discipline that continues to evolve as new technologies appear. The new wave of microservices architecture and containerization has led to what is referred to as cloud-native development, and this approach has one of the fastest adoption rates of any new technology we have witnessed. With cloud-native environments there is the need to monitor and manage these new types of applications, but the challenge is that they are quite different from traditional monolithic systems.
This report delves into what the differences are, how these affect how they are monitored, and how a new generation of vendors have stepped up and introduced novel solutions to meet these challenges. We also examine the incumbent leaders in the APM market that have transformed their solutions to expand and cover cloud-native environments.
Ovum takes a representative group, across new to established leading vendors and provides a SWOT analysis of their solutions, and conducted a comprehensive features assessment with the results summarized in the Ovum APM Rainbow Map.
In today's economy, businesses need to be always-on. In this webcast featuring guest speaker IDC Research Vice President, Mary Johnson Turner, we'll uncover how 2012's biggest trends are impacting Application Performance Management (APM).
Published By: dynatrace
Published Date: Feb 01, 2013
This paper describes how Compuware dynaTrace, part of the Compuware APM solution, bridges the gap between business and IT by bringing together Business Transaction Management (BTM) and Application Performance Management (APM) in a single system.
Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Feb 26, 2015
To build modern applications, developers could use some help. That is where application performance management (APM) solutions come in. This whitepaper will provide you 10 ways developers can use APM to improve the quality and performance of their software.
Published By: Arcserve
Published Date: Jul 26, 2010
Using the CA Wily Application Performance Management (APM) solution consisting of CA Wily Introscope® and CA Wily Customer Experience Manager™, JN Data better manages Web applications through faster diagnosis of problem root causes in its customers' heterogeneous environments.
Published By: Innotas
Published Date: Jul 26, 2011
This eBook breaks down five ways progressive organizations are using cloud-based IT Management solutions to help drive innovation and become more strategic, including: adding visibility and analytics, speeding up time-to-value, lowering costs, improving prioritization, and providing a blueprint for future cloud deployments.
Application performance management (APM) tools allow enterprises to proactively manage their investments in bandwidth and the business-critical applications used every day. An application performance management solution is recognized as an essential component of WAN optimization-techniques that help businesses get the best possible performance from existing networks.
However, building a business case for an application performance management solution requires more than a belief in its benefits. It requires some data to quantify the value of a bottom-line result.
This white paper reviews ten business scenarios in which application performance management solutions are used to monitor applications across the WAN deliver a quantifiable Return on Investment (ROI). Example cases and calculations are provided for each scenario, describing how companies have quantified the value of an APM solution in that area.
Published By: New Relic
Published Date: Mar 17, 2015
Application performance management (APM) focuses on monitoring, maintaining, and optimizing the performance and health of business applications across development, test, datacenter, and network environments. As mission-critical enterprise application environments become more complex because of the increased use of cloud, big data, and mobility, APM is becoming a top priority for IT teams that need to quickly and cost effectively track end-to-end application performance, identify and remediate the root cause of performance problems, and maintain service levels required by end users and business stakeholders. SaaS-delivered APM solutions offer rapid time to value for IT organizations that need to implement APM quickly with minimal disruption to the business.
Published By: New Relic
Published Date: Mar 17, 2015
This white paper will help you understand how you can achieve end-to-end visibility into application performance no matter where your application or parts of your application are running. You’ll learn what to look for when choosing an application performance monitoring solution and we’ll share some lessons learned about monitoring applications in the cloud.
This whitepaper reviews three fundamental reasons to add IPM services to your performance management arsenal including:
• Performance management considerations for websites and cloud-based services
• The role APM and NPM solutions can play in optimizing code and enterprise IT infrastructure
• How complementary IPM services can help you make educated cloud and network service provider partnering decisions to improve user experiences, customer interactions, and business outcomes
Businesses need a mobile strategy to transform into a digital business. A well-executed strategy will ensure that customers are continually engaged with your firm and employee productivity is optimized via mobile apps. Use this report to understand which core capabilities and features you should look for in a good mAPM solution.
Published By: Gomez IT
Published Date: Dec 19, 2011
The Gomez Application Performance Management (APM) platform is the industry's leading solution for managing and optimizing the performance, availability and quality of web, non-web, mobile, streaming and cloud applications.
Choosing the right Application Performance Management (APM) solution can help IT operations staff deliver optimal service performance without requiring additional resources.
This guide will help you accurately assess all costs when evaluating APM products.
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