The data preparation software company immediately identified dozens of problems within its code after deploying Instana’s APM and SDK software.
The Paris-France based startup offers a software platform that tests the behavior of a company’s user-facing web applications.
The application monitoring company, owned by Cisco, debuted several new products that will help enterprises navigate the complexity of modern environments.
The application performance management (APM) platform provides native visibility into containers running on Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.
At the Alibaba Cloud Summit this week, the cloud provider launched a wide breadth of products that span serverless, data, search and analytics, IoT, and machine learning.
More users need access to APM tools because of the growing complexity of architectures. Instana developed a tool to personalize APM tools for specific users.
In New Relic's fiscal first quarter earnings call with investors, CEO Lew Cirne said that its business continues to grow as it adds new points of visibility to its core APM platform.
Watchdog uses algorithms and machine learning to automatically look at all the data sent by an enterprises’ infrastructure and applications.
Riverbed's SteelCentral updates combined the licensing of its end-user monitoring and APM so enterprises can adapt with their monitoring needs over time.
A Dimensional Research report found that 73 percent of enterprises using microservices had application performance issues. Startups LightStep and Instana are working on APM tools to address the complexity and dynamism of these environments.
IBM's APM advice highlights the role DevOps plays in Application Performance Management. The company also stresses the importance of collaboration across teams to successfully implement DevOps into APM.
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The company released versions 6.6 of its storage resource monitor and server and application monitor.
IoT may play a role in how Cisco melds AppDynamics' technology into the rest of its business.
The new offering will focus on cloud applications running at scale.