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CA Technologies Application Performance Mgmt

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  • How to Avoid the 5 Common Pitfalls in Optimizing User Experience How to Avoid the 5 Common Pitfalls in Optimizing User Experience CA Technologies Recorded: May 5 2016 48 mins
    In today’s Application Economy, applications are your new first impression and your customers have high expectations. The quality of a customer’s experience is increasingly defined by the quality of the digital experience delivered to them. That means there are more opportunities to impress, as well as more pressure to provide an optimal experience. As the need to impress customers with a superior digital experience increases, so does the complexity and size of modern application architectures. Application Performance Management can help you deliver optimal digital experiences – but there are key considerations you must make when selecting a solution.

    In this webcast, we will explore:

    • The key challenges organizations face to deliver optimal digital experiences in an increasingly complex application environment.
    • How to best utilize Application Performance Management to increase visibility, decrease risk and reduce complexity.
    • Steps any organization can take to evaluate their current state and improve the quality of the digital experience they deliver.

    Featured speakers:
    • Kieran Taylor – Sr Director, Product & Solutions Marketing, APM & DevOps, CA Technologies
    • Josh Napier – Sr. Principal Product Marketing Manager, CA APM, CA Technologies
  • What’s New in APM 10.2 – Taming your complex application environments What’s New in APM 10.2 – Taming your complex application environments CA Technologies Recorded: Apr 28 2016 54 mins
    Applications are becoming increasingly complex making it difficult to understand customer experience and quickly triage application performance issues. With large scale, applications spanning multiple platforms and geos it can be a challenge to view the large amounts of data produced by monitoring tools, let alone administer.

    Introducing APM 10.2 that builds on the patent-pending innovations delivered in APM 10 to help you understand and start to tame the complexities of managing enterprise application performance. In this webcast you will learn about the new features in APM 10.2 including:

    • Enterprise Team Center, which works under the hood to provide Team Center to aggregate data across your APM enterprise environment allowing you to view application performance across clusters.

    • Team Center Universes that provides security, management and navigation needed to understand application environments. Similar to global filters that focus portions of the application environment for specific users allowing them to see only what is important to them.

    • APM Command Center (ACC) Agent Builder enables you to create and manage custom agent packages suitable for your environment providing the speed and consistency you need to manage large application environments.

    Learn more about how CA APM 10.2 helps you start taming your complex application environments, understand application performance at scale and deliver optimal customer experience.
  • What’s New in CA APM 10.2 – Taming your complex application environments What’s New in CA APM 10.2 – Taming your complex application environments CA Technologies Recorded: Apr 26 2016 60 mins
    Applications are becoming increasingly complex making it difficult to understand customer experience and quickly triage application performance issues. With large scale, applications spanning multiple platforms and geos it can be a challenge to view the large amounts of data produced by monitoring tools, let alone administer.

    Introducing APM 10.2 that builds on the patent-pending innovations delivered in APM 10 to help you understand and start to tame the complexities of managing enterprise application performance. In this webcast you will learn about the new features in APM 10.2 including:

    •Enterprise Team Center, which works under the hood to provide Team Center to aggregate data across your APM enterprise environment allowing you to view application performance across clusters.

    •Team Center Universes that provides security, management and navigation needed to understand application environments. Similar to global filters that focus portions of the application environment for specific users allowing them to see only what is important to them.

    •APM Command Center (ACC) Agent Builder enables you to create and manage custom agent packages suitable for your environment providing the speed and consistency you need to manage large application environments.

    Learn more about how CA APM 10.2 helps you start taming your complex application environments, understand application performance at scale and deliver optimal customer experience.
  • Go From Pure Data to User Enlightenment with App Performance Management Go From Pure Data to User Enlightenment with App Performance Management InformationWeek& CA Technologies Recorded: Apr 1 2016 60 mins
    In today’s App Economy, apps are the face of your organization, and your users’ experience with them can make or break your business.

    Watch this webinar to learn how to gain a competitive advantage by delivering the very best user experience with improvements based on actual application performance, including:

    - Mobile
    - Mainframe
    - On-premises infrastructure
    - The cloud
    - User feedback

    Learn how to get visibility from mobile app to back-end services (including mainframes) and all the infrastructure in between--including modern components such as containers and microservices.

    See what’s impacting your end users before they feel the impact! We’ll discuss how CA Application Performance Management ties it all together from a user-centric app point of view.

    Featured Speakers:
    - Eric Bruno – Contributing Editor, Information Week
    - David Hardman – Director, Product Marketing, CA Technologies
    - Josh Napier – Sr. Principal Product Marketing Manager, CA APM, CA Technologies
  • Demo – Introducing CA API Performance Monitoring Demo – Introducing CA API Performance Monitoring CA Technologies Recorded: Mar 29 2016 27 mins
    Management of today’s mission critical applications requires detailed insight into the performance of complex API-level interactions – to triage emerging issues while easing service optimization and driving DevOps transformation.

    Introducing CA API Performance Monitoring, which integrates the advanced functionality of the CA Application Performance Management (APM) and CA API Management Solutions – providing the real-time, in-depth and customizable visibility that organizations require to constantly improve APIs and related microservices.

    In this demo, we’ll explore this groundbreaking new solution that has the power to transform the way you manage applications and API performance to deliver optimized user experience to your customers.
  • Microservices: Reducing Complexity in an Omnichannel World Microservices: Reducing Complexity in an Omnichannel World Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) & CA Technologies Recorded: Feb 1 2016 58 mins
    The microservices software architecture is the industry’s latest answer to providing customers with a seamless, high quality omnichannel experience. Thirty percent of companies are already delivering software via microservices, and 75% see them as being “very important” or “critical” to the future of their businesses.

    Designed to make software more “transportable” across multiple devices and platforms—including web, mobile, and wearables—this approach promises to deliver an optimal customer experience regardless of how, when, or where a customer chooses to engage with a business.

    However with this proliferation of platforms and devices, understanding the customer experience becomes more difficult. Highly interconnected and interactive, microservices architectures require a new level of customer centricity to alleviate complexity, reduce support costs, and ensure a high quality end user experience.

    Listen to leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and CA Technologies to learn:

    - What new challenges IT will encounter in deploying, monitoring, and managing microservices in omnichannel environments
    - How to reduce complexity and understand the impact of change when monitoring applications using microservices architectures
    - How to monitor your entire omnichannel stack with a single application performance management (APM) solution.
  • Continuous Delivery in the New World Continuous Delivery in the New World Ben Johnson-Ward, Consultant, Pre-Sales, CA Technologies Recorded: Jan 19 2016 57 mins
    Continuous Delivery boils down to two essential elements: quality and speed. It depends upon the ability to take a business requirement from the initial idea to deployment at pace, without compromising quality.

    However, speed and quality are often viewed as opposing elements, where you can have one, but not the other. Testing is often blamed, as it is viewed as something which is necessary to guarantee quality, but which slows projects down. Thorough testing is therefore often abandoned as the deadline looms, leading to defects and, eventually, a poor user experience.

    To keep up with the pace of Continuous Delivery in “the New World”, testing needs to be made less manual, more systematic, and more reactive to constant change. In this talk, Huw Price will explore how model-based testing can be used to achieve this, “shifting left” the effort of testing into the design phase, and fully automating testing thereafter.

    Having set out the common challenges faced when testing, a full demonstration will be provided of how test cases, data and virtual assets needed to fully test a system can be derived automatically from the requirements themselves, and how these can be automatically updated when the requirements change. Flowchart modelling will be suggested, as a way to bridge the gap between IT and business initiatives, so that testing iteratively and necessarily validates that the changing requirements set out by the business are implemented.
  • How to Achieve a Customer-Centric View in an Omnichannel World How to Achieve a Customer-Centric View in an Omnichannel World Jonathan Lindo, VP Enterprise Mobility, CA Technologies Recorded: Dec 17 2015 47 mins
    Today, our customers are interacting with our business and services through mobile, web and increasingly via wearables. It is critical to understand and improve the user experience we are providing across all of these app channels. Are our customers getting good value from our apps? How are they interacting with us? How can we deliver more value via the channels and devices most important to our users? To stay competitive, you need to deliver great experiences to your users, quickly, securely and efficiently across all channels. Discover how a customer-centric view of your customer experience empowers you to understand your users, quickly identify issues and deliver more business value via apps through the omnichannel.
  • CA Mobile App Analytics (MAA) Walkthrough CA Mobile App Analytics (MAA) Walkthrough Bryan Whitmarsh, Sr Principal Prodcut Manager, CA Technologies Recorded: Dec 10 2015 57 mins
    In today's be anywhere, do anything world, mobile is king. And to compete in the mobile app market, not only do your apps have to look and feel great, they also have to deliver immediate, accurate response and flawless end-to-end performance.

    Join the on-demand version of the CA Mobile App Analytics live demo to discover how you can:
    •Identify and fix app problems before they impact users
    •Gain deep visibility into performance from mobile to mainframe
    •Monitor application health with real-time crash alerts
    •Slice and dice data to discover the key insights that keep users coming
  • Four Considerations for Monitoring Microservices Four Considerations for Monitoring Microservices Jason Bloomberg, Industry Analyst & Expert Recorded: Oct 22 2015 58 mins
    The adoption of microservices add a new layer of complexity to an already complex application environment. When application issues arise, it becomes difficult to pinpoint the source and, too often, you find yourself in lengthy war rooms or assigning experts to triage every issue. As a result, brand loyalty, customer satisfaction and innovation are negatively impacted. The old approach to monitoring application performance just isn’t working. A new approach is needed. In this session we will discuss four areas that you should consider which will change the way you think about monitoring microservices.

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