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Application Performance Monitoring & Mgmt

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  • Employing Microservices: 5 Ways to Tame Container Chaos
    Employing Microservices: 5 Ways to Tame Container Chaos
    Amy Feldman, Director of APM Product Marketing at CA Technologies Recorded: Oct 9 2018 54 mins
    Microservices, as the name implies, break up applications into many small pieces. Teaming microservices with DevOps is considered the new path to rapidly bring business value to software applications, and Docker is the primary containerization technology that can make microservices a reality.

    Speed has a price, however. Breaking up applications introduces new types of issues that traditional architectures do not need to deal with.

    Join this web seminar to learn about five ways to tame the container chaos.

    You will learn:
    How analytics can be used to guide design decisions and identify practices that correlate to the higher levels of performance
    Where, when, and how to enrich performance monitoring with detailed instrumentation and the value of additional metrics in cloud environments
    How to extend support with synthetics to monitor the APIs that are key to driving communication between microservices
    How increases in components, dependencies, and communication flows necessitate the need for automatic mapping and maintaining telemetry data
    How to apply established configuration management techniques to containers using automation to preserve velocity
  • Using Containers to Improve Performance in Constantly Changing Applications
    Using Containers to Improve Performance in Constantly Changing Applications
    Chris Kline, VP DevOps Strategy for CA Technologies and Amy Feldman, Director of CA APM Product Marketing at CA Technologies Recorded: Oct 9 2018 62 mins
    Containers are engineered to support the need for continuous application changes. As self-contained artifacts, they accelerate the benefits of immutability, scalability, and portability. But there’s no such thing as a free lunch, and the ephemeral nature of containerized apps challenges teams to understand how a “now you see it, now you don’t” system impacts overall application performance.

    New techniques are required to manage containerized changes in the context of the highly dynamic state in which they operate.

    You will learn:

    How small changes in code, apps, and architecture can remain undetected in containers but cumulatively build to cause severe problems
    The application of multidimensional analysis to track container changes across time in order to pinpoint the impact on performance
    Methods to increase the supportability and resilience of containerized applications within and across the continuous delivery pipeline
  • Realize The Full Value of Your Cisco ACI and SD-WAN Investments
    Realize The Full Value of Your Cisco ACI and SD-WAN Investments
    Jessica Lyons Hardcastle, Senior Editor SDX Central Recorded: Sep 12 2018 48 mins
    During this SDxCentral.com webinar, you’ll learn how CA delivers a single and scalable operations experience with easy OOTB dashboards for NOC personnel to correlate network health with faults and events for modern technologies like Cisco ACI, SD-WAN, vCPE to traditional SNMP performance, flow and traffic analysis and TCP/Application transport analysis… in one unified platform.
  • The Essentials of Container Monitoring
    The Essentials of Container Monitoring
    Peter Waterhouse, Sr. Advisor, CA Technologies Recorded: May 1 2018 44 mins
    Containers are being widely adopted across DevOps teams to speed the development and deployment of applications but sometimes at the cost application performance and the user experience. As these new modern architectures are deployed, teams struggle to understand how best to gain performance and user insights due into these highly ephemeral environments. Traditional monitoring techniques are challenged and require a new approach. Download this webcast to learn more about essentials of monitoring containerized application environments.
  • In a World of Containers, One Size Monitoring Does Not Fit All
    In a World of Containers, One Size Monitoring Does Not Fit All
    Peter Waterhouse, Sr. Advisor, CA Technologies Recorded: Apr 19 2018 27 mins
    Application performance monitoring used to occur in splendid isolation – app support teams monitoring monolithic production systems. As such, heavy instrumentation and lengthy configurations was an acceptable price to pay for ensuring availability across applications that rarely changed. But now cross-functional DevOps teams require flexibility and faster time-to-value, with monitoring flexing to support a variety of deployment models and use-cases.

    Watch this on-demand webcast where we explore the modern monitoring methods needed to support a variety of container projects and deployment patterns – from small development projects to more complex container and orchestration platforms.
  • Actionable Insight in Massively Scalable Environments
    Actionable Insight in Massively Scalable Environments
    Peter Waterhouse, Sr. Advisor, CA Technologies Recorded: Mar 21 2018 55 mins
    Containers speed development, but the applications they support can exponentially increase the number of alerts and system checks. Asynchronous messaging, more dependencies and API/network centricity all conspire to overload application support teams. Furthermore, old monolithic architectures where failure conditions were known and predictable, now give way to a more complex set of conditions involving more moving parts – making manual root cause determination like trying to ‘find a needle in a haystack of needles’.

    View this on-demand webcast to learn more about the impact of containers on development and support teams and the strategies needed to prevent alert fatigue and burnout. Topics for discussion include:
    -Why traditional and manual alerting methods no longer scale in container environments and the detrimental impact on teams and growth
    -The application of adaptive baselining and proven statistical models to help prevent false positives and detect hidden container performance anomalies
    -The use of advanced analytics to collect, ingest and correlate multiple conditions to a single root-cause.
    -How production container analytics can be used to guide design decisions and identify practices that correlate to higher levels of performance
  • Improving Performance in Constantly Changing Applications
    Improving Performance in Constantly Changing Applications
    Peter Waterhouse, Sr.Advisor, CA Technologies Recorded: Mar 8 2018 63 mins
    Containers are engineered to support the need for continuous application changes. As self-contained artifacts, they accelerate the benefits of immutability, where full systems are disposable and can be quickly reconstructed – meaning no patching and configuration drift. But there’s no free-lunch and the ephemeral nature of containerized apps challenges teams to understand how a “now you see it, now you don’t” system impacts overall application performance.
    New techniques are required to manage containerized changes in context of the highly dynamic state in which they operate. View this on-demand webcast to learn:
    -How small changes in containers (in code, apps and architecture) can remain undetected, but cumulatively build to cause severe problems
    -The application of multi-dimensional analysis to track container changes across time to pinpoint the impact on performance
    -Methods to increase the supportability and resilience of containerized applications within and across the continuous delivery pipeline
  • Mobile Developer Insights: See What Your Code is Doing in the Real World
    Mobile Developer Insights: See What Your Code is Doing in the Real World
    Bryan Whitmarsh, CA Technologies Recorded: Feb 7 2018 56 mins
    You spend countless hours developing and nurturing your code before sending it out into the real world. But once the world gets its hands on your app, anything can happen.

    In this webinar we'll cover how mobile developers can see what their code is doing in production, how users are interacting with your app and how to tell which features you'll want to focus on and perhaps which ones you'll want to drop for your app all together. Join this webinar to learn how you can:
    - Improve the next version of your app based on real-user insights
    - Leverage analytic visualizations to improve app flow and design
    - “Peek over the shoulder” of your users to see how they’re interacting with your app
    - Gain code-level visibility into app crashes across platforms
    - Compare KPIs from your latest app release to previous versions
  • Five Reasons To Rethink Your APM Strategy
    Five Reasons To Rethink Your APM Strategy
    Amy Feldman and Peter Waterhouse, CA Technologies Recorded: Jan 30 2018 61 mins
    Accelerating your digital transformation will often add new challenges to an already complex IT environment. Cloud, microservices, containers and IoT are just the start, and require flexible, modern approaches that put customer experience first and are built to be future-proof. CA Application Performance Management (CA APM) is engineered to address the challenge of improving performance across these dynamic application environments.

    In this webcast, we will discuss the top five reasons why you should consider CA Application Performance Management to help optimize your customer experience and performance across digital ecosystems.
  • Developing an Insights-Driven Approach for Exceptional Digital Experiences
    Developing an Insights-Driven Approach for Exceptional Digital Experiences
    Bryan Whitmarsh, Director, Product Management at CA Technologies Recorded: Dec 14 2017 55 mins
    Providing a great digital experience is critical for your brand, but the complexity of monitoring modern apps presents a challenge. When you combine a mix of mobile and Web applications, containers and microservices in distributed environments, identifying when and why your customers are having a poor app experience is often difficult.

    Join us for this webinar where Bryan Whitmarsh, Director, Product Management at CA Technologies will demonstrate how you can achieve a 5-star app experience for your customers. See how CA App Experience Analytics leverages a powerful, open source analytics platform to provide user experience insights and deep visibility into performance across apps and channels.

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