If you’re new to the world of application performance management, this is the perfect introduction. Through a demonstration of the AppDynamics core product, you’ll discover how our sophisticated monitoring capabilities can help improve your bottom line.
Register now and see how the solutions offered by AppDynamics can help further your digital transformation, by:
- Achieving end-to-end business transaction visibility across web and mobile apps
- Monitoring your end user experience across the globe through a single pane of glass
- Getting application and operational analytics with custom dashboards for every audience
- Instantly analyzing data by platform, device type, and even performance by region
AppDynamics allows you to understand the connection between your app’s health, user satisfaction, and your business results. You’ll know if something’s wrong in real-time and be able to fix problems quickly, putting you at an advantage over the competition.
When SAP performance suffers, business suffers. This industry-first solution offers ABAP code-level visibility and instrumentation, giving you real-time performance monitoring and diagnostics across mission-critical environments.
See how AppDynamics for SAP can unify monitoring and deliver code-level visibility across your SAP environments. In this webinar, you will see a live demo of SAP performance monitoring and learn how AppDynamics:
* Visualizes SAP components and dependencies in real time
* Establishes dynamic baselines for key SAP transactions
* Diagnoses SAP issues down to a single ABAP statement
* Assists with cloud migrations and SAP S/4HANA transitions
Pepperdata Application Spotlight analyzes all Hadoop and Spark jobs running on the cluster and provides developers with technical insights on how each job performed. Intended for software engineers, developers, and technical leads who develop Spark applications, this webinar demonstrates how Application Spotlight helps developers quickly improve application performance, reduce resource usage, and understand application failures. Participate in this webinar and learn how developers can:
–Identify the lines of code and the stages that cause performance issues related to CPU, memory, garbage collection, network, and disk I/O
–Easily disambiguate resources used during parallel stages
–Understand why run-time variations occur for the same application
–Determine whether performance issues are due to the application or other workloads on the cluster
–Receive actionable recommendations for tuning jobs
–Validate tuning changes made to applications with a before and after comparison
–View the highlights worst performing phases of jobs
–Improve MapReduce and Spark developer productivity
–Improve cluster efficiency based on clear recommendations on how to modify workloads and configurations
Vinod Nair leads product management at Pepperdata. He brings more than 20 years of experience in engineering and product management to the job, with a special interest in distributed systems and Hadoop. He has worked in software for telecommunications, financial management for small business, and big data. Vinod’s approach to product management is deeply influenced by his success in applying Lean Startup principles and rapid iteration to product design and development.
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
Watch this webinar to:
- Discover how Application Aware SD-WAN can turn your unpredictable network into a WAN that delivers reliable and consistent business application performance,
- Learn why only Ipanema can help you to effortlessly optimize and operate your hybrid WAN deployment for high-performance user experience,
- Watch a demo to see how easily hybrid WANs are deployed with Ipanema.
Watch Keith Babo's presentation from CloudCon: Integration & APIs; Integration Developer News' virtual event and learn how to develop an API-focused approach to integrating your applications and data.Read more >
Erfahren Sie in unserem Webinar, wie diese kombinierte Lösung von DevOps-Toolchains und Application Performance Monitoring dafür sorgt, dass jegliche Beeinträchtigungen erfasst und behoben werden, bevor die Nutzer sie bemerken, einschließlich eines automatischen Rollbacks, falls etwas schiefgeht.Read more >
Mobile app crashes lose you revenue, loyalty, and potential customers due to poor user ratings at the App Store or Play Store.
But stack traces, the traditional debugging method, can leave you with more questions than answers. Learn how to keep your apps healthy and customers happy by fixing crashing apps more quickly, and for good.
This invaluable lesson on debugging apps will teach you how to:
- Access a full context of user behavior, application flow, and code execution
- Reduce your Mean Time to Identification of a crash issue
- Eliminate costly trial and error, replicating, or not finding the issue at all
The health of your apps is too important to your business to pass up these valuable tips. Register now.
Serving the two masters of stability and agility is a balancing act for today’s IT leaders—and the reason traditional IT structures are struggling to remain competitive. To keep pace with the changing needs of the digital enterprise, leaders should learn best practices for creating new teams—such as DevOps or an SRE function—to support the growing demands on IT.
View the on demand webinar originally hosted on DevOps.com and gain insights into:
- Why IT organizational change is essential to meeting new business demands
- How a bimodal strategy delivers the best of both worlds: stability and agility
- Tips for choosing the right DevOps tools for your organization
Monitoring your Red Hat® OpenShift® cluster is important to ensure that your applications are up
and running as expected. Learn how Microsoft Azure Container monitoring provides you with
information about the health, performance, and logs, of the nodes and containers that affect your
From this webinar you'll learn:
- Why SD-WAN and SDN have become the foundation for the agile, digital enterprise.
- How digital transformation of the enterprise is requiring a rethink of network architectures towards a software-defined approach in the applications era.
- Why moving to new application-centric network services requires the right application performance visibility and control to deliver the user experience needed to support the enterprise digital transformation.
- How new hybrid WAN architectures enabled by InfoVista's Ipanema products address these challenges by delivering application-aware SD-WAN solutions.
Modern businesses are powered by an increasingly complex and distributed assortment of apps, networks, systems, and services. As a result, IT organizations need performance management expertise to maximize business performance and enable successful cloud-first and digital transformation strategies.
What do you need to become a performance management expert?
Find out by joining Riverbed and analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group as we unveil some exciting new research, including a performance management maturity model that shows what behaviors contribute most to your success.
Explore the four dimensions of performance management maturity.
Hear from industry experts on best practices to advance your organization.
Gain CIO-level insights on Riverbed's own cultural transformation.
Learn how to assess your practices and receive actionable recommendations for improvement.
Working with COBOL data files, including the creation of reports, often requires specialty tools and developer skills. It’s time to improve business continuity, application availability and to work with COBOL data files in real time, using off-the-shelf analysis and reporting tools.
Join Micro Focus on 21st February to:
Discover the real challenges many teams face in working with COBOL data files
Understand how to work with COBOL data files using familiar tools such as Excel and Crystal Reports
See how to easily integrate existing COBOL applications with RDBMS technology with minimal code change
Learn how to leverage open source database platforms, reducing application and infrastructure costs
Unlock the value of business application data using the latest modernization tools from Micro Focus. Join us on 21st February, 2018 for an exciting webinar discussion, demo and Q&A.
Containers and microservice architectures simplify the development process, provide environmental consistency and speed updates; however, there are operational trade-offs. The ephemeral nature combined with API-centric communications results in a massive increase in objects, dependencies and metrics – challenging traditional monitoring approaches, including: topology mapping, instrumentation, and static baselining and alerting. New monitoring techniques and approaches are now needed to gain visibility and control over these dynamic platforms across the application lifecycle.
View this webcast to learn:
• What new monitoring, analytics and alerting techniques are best suited for containers.
• Why an open data model is key to understanding and tracking microservice dependencies.
• How to establish monitoring across the entire application lifecycle to increase development speed and quality.
From pilot to production, eG Enterprise empowers enterprise organizations to deliver a better user experience and increased ROI by delivering comprehensive, converged performance management of Java application services. With optimized Java platforms delivered through Zing, Azul Systems enables Java-based businesses to focus on functionality and long-term lower operating costs rather than daily firefighting. Together, eG Enterprise and Azul Systems offer a proven Java environment designed to optimize the deployment, management, and scale of Java application services.
Join us for this webinar where Bala Vaidhinathan, CTO of eG Innovations and Simon Ritter, Deputy CTO of Azul Systems will present how:
- Java Application Service Management can be simplified and made more cost-effective, while delivering a better user experience
- eG Enterprise enhancements provide insights into Java applications running on the Zing runtime
- eG Enterprise and Azul Zing working together in a production Java installation can reduce costs, optimize deployments and deliver optimum user satisfaction
Mainframes are still the workhorse of the Enterprise. Taking a look at the transaction as the “center of gravity” and understanding the end-to-end application ecosystem are critical to the success of your business. In this session, Julie Craig from Enterprise Management Associates will explore this topic and explain why CA Technologies is positioned to meet the needs of cross-enterprise application performance management so it doesn’t manage your business.Read more >
If you expect to keep up with the rate of change that new app development practices demand, you’ll need to automate your critical application security and delivery services. Naturally, there is more than one way to automate your app services and choosing the right option can be challenging. In this webinar, we will look at three ways of automating application delivery services and discuss which to use when. At the end of this webinar you will have gained the knowledge to help you chose the right automation solution for your business.Read more >
In today’s distributed application ecosystems, with various inter-dependencies and dynamic infrastructures, it is extremely challenging to detect and resolve application failures and performance slowdowns. This is especially true in a Microsoft .NET application stack. Developers, IT Operations Staffs and Site Reliability Engineers often get involved in long war room sessions to isolate the root cause of poor customer experience in the digital business service.
Join this webinar “How to Ensure High-Performing Microsoft .NET Applications”, by John Worthington, Director of Product Marketing at eG Innovations, as he explores the various problems that could affect .NET application performance and discusses industry best practices for effective performance monitoring.
Learn how a converged application and infrastructure monitoring strategy can help:
- Detect digital experience issues in real time
- Analyze critical business transactions and diagnose slowdowns
- Get .NET method-level visibility to fix application code issues
- Understand application dependencies with underlying infrastructure (IIS, Hyper-V, SQL, Azure, etc.)
- Auto-correlate alerts and isolate the root cause of performance problems
Join the webinar and become a .NET performance guru
With the rise of digital and mobile technologies across the financial services industry, traditional services are becoming commoditized. As a result, businesses must provide customers with seamless digital experiences in order to maintain customer loyalty and gain market share. Companies also need a clear line of sight into how application performance and customer experience are impacting revenue in real time.
Register for the webinar and find out how to:
- Analyze and optimize customer experience for your most critical customer journeys
- Gain insight into key customer segments and answer questions in real time
- Measure business KPIs like conversions and abandonment and understand the impact application performance is having on your bottom line
There's a lot of emphasis going into tracking the customer's transaction performance through all of the factors that might slow it down. Today there is lots of emphasis on looking into the source code, looking at APIs, looking into the network, looking into the servers, VMs, and containers on-prem or in the cloud. But let's not forget an essential component that's not getting a lot of attention: databases. Customer obsession and performance management depend as much today as ever -- maybe more -- on databases. And they're not getting any simpler! Complex distributed databases like Hadoop, Cassandra, and NoSQL require monitoring and management that's very different and much more complex -- monitoring that integrates into the APM systems and analytics required to achieve customer obsession.
In this webinar, join guest speaker, Forrester Senior Analyst Milan Hanson, who will discuss the importance of customer experience, customer obsession and the technological and cultural shift this creates. Following Milan, SelectStar General Manager Mike Kelly will highlight key trends driving database monitoring and management, including how it relates to application performance.
Come learn how NASDAQ used AWS Marketplace to purchase and launch AppDynamics unified Application Performance Management (APM) and business performance monitoring solution for their migration to AWS.
With AppDynamics, NASDAQ was able to move their critical applications to AWS and used AppDynamics to accelerate, visualize and validate the migration process. This allowed NASDAQ to improve their applications in AWS with business performance monitoring and make clear, understandable correlations between the quality of their customer experience with their applications.
Over the past 20+ years, IT has mastered the art of collecting performance and user data. But to succeed in today’s application economy, you need to learn how to take this information and evolve into a data-driven business. Your success hinges on ensuring that every customer experience is the best it can be, and that means gaining insight across the vast complexity of your mobile, web and application environments. In this session, learn how analytics can sort the wheat from the chaff in your performance data to highlight key business insights that will separate you from your competitors and gain you a seat in the boardroom.Read more >
Pepperdata makes Hadoop+YARN based systems better by providing total performance management (TPM) for big data. Total performance management is the combination of application performance management (APM) and operations performance management (OPM) in a single package so developers and operators can rely on the same underlying information to build and operate highly performant big data applications in multi-tenant clusters.
For developers, the Application Spotlight self-service APM portal surfaces applications that need attention from a performance perspective. For these applications, Application Spotlight provides precise recommendations to improve performance, automatically identifies bottlenecks and makes it easy to analyze root cause of errors and failures.
For operators, the Cluster Analyzer OPM solution makes it easy to identify applications and users causing issues on the platform, proactively alert on those issues, and improve cluster performance. We also have roll up reports for things like chargeback and capacity planning. The Capacity Optimizer add-on module automatically increases cluster throughput 30-50% by addressing some of the inefficiencies of how YARN does resource management today.
Join us for this webinar presented by Alex Pierce and learn how we can bring performance management to your applications and your cluster.
Interested in learning how you can manage the performance of your microservices and characterize latency? Join us as Dennis Chu, Director of Product Marketing at LightStep, shows how you can use sophisticated histograms and distributed tracing views to quickly and easily pinpoint the root cause of performance issues.Read more >
Organizations in a wide range of industries are rapidly adopting microservices because of the promise of greater agility and scalability. However, managing the performance of microservices-based applications introduces new challenges. Gartner stated in a recent report that traditional APM tools which were purpose-built for monoliths aren’t well suited to the dynamism, modularity, and scale of microservices-based applications.
During this webinar Tyler Wells, Director of Engineering at Twilio and Dennis Chu, Director of Product Marketing at LightStep share their insights about how to effectively manage the performance of microservices-based applications. You’ll learn how Twilio was able to:
- Reduce the mean time to resolution (MTTR) by 92%
- Analyze all of the company’s performance data generated by more than 40 core services without adding overhead
- Launch segmented and detailed performance monitoring for each top customer including customer-specific root cause analysis