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.
This webinar focuses on the aspects of Docker and Containers that can help you in the development lifecycle of your applications. By utilizing containers you can save time and simplify your development workflow. The benefits you will learn about range from frictionless onboarding of new developers, consistent environments, saving time in managing workstations and dependencies to quickly adapting to new requirements. You will understand the challenges of developing applications within containers and techniques to overcome them. After this session, you will understand:
- How to utilize containers to speed up your development process and free up resources
- Where to start and how to drive progress on integrating containers into your development workflow
- Challenges you might encounter along the way and techniques to overcome them
- The ways containers will shape how you think about application and infrastructure design
Julian is a Software Engineer, Online Educator, and Container Enthusiast. He automates all the things and containerizes Ruby applications at day. At night he sleeps. In between those times, he is busy climbing, hiking and teaching people about Docker and Containers at LearnDocker.online. His current life goal is to drastically reduce the time he sits per day.
Join Asankha Perera and Chathura Widanage from SLAppForge to learn about:
- A significantly more productive IDE for Serverless computing
- How to develop an end-to-end Serverless application in a few minutes
- How to build, test and deploy applications without leaving the IDE
- Work hands-on with the AWS API Gateway, Lambda, DynamoDB and S3
- Learn about upcoming features - Serverless security and monitoring
Experts share best practices and insights on running applications on Azure.
The average enterprise runs more than 300 applications - all of them with unique requirements for optimal performance. Rackspace specialists have deep experience migrating, managing and optimising diverse applications on Microsoft Azure for businesses of all sizes. We've combined our collective expertise on managing applications on Azure into the Application Management and Migration with Azure webinar.
Let’s face it. Not all enterprise applications are born for Agile delivery. Organizations will have mission critical applications that are updated infrequently and will continue using waterfall development methodologies. “Why change when it is working well?” say customers. The question then becomes – Will your businesses be able to plan/build/test/track across an enterprise application portfolio for agile and non-agile teams?
Join us in this webinar, as we talk about balancing the needs of legacy and digital first applications, and what true hybrid application development means to your complex application portfolio.
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 >
Monitoring Akka Streams
Ok, you got your Akka Streams pipeline finally deployed to production. But how are you monitoring it? When productionising Reactive Streams, the same backpressure that preserves the safety of your pipeline can get in the way of effectively monitoring its status. In this talk we’ll present a line of action to get a pulse on your Akka Streams app, to better understand its throughput and bottlenecks.
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.
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
This webinar is a chance to learn how the circuit breaker pattern is used in microservices applications. Fundamentally, the circuit breaker pattern in a microservice application is all about managing traffic to the different instances of your services. We utilize active health checks to monitor these instances, to help avoid catastrophic failure.
Join this webinar to learn:
- How the circuit breaker pattern works
- Why the circuit breaker pattern has become popular, especially for microservices apps
- How the circuit breaker pattern is implemented in Microservices Reference Architecture
- Why NGINX is particularly well-suited for supporting microservices apps
Chris Stetson, Chief Architect & Sr. Director, Microservices Engineering
Charles Pretzer, Technical Architect
Floyd Smith, Director, Content Marketing
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.
Successful organizations are aggressively adopting a new paradigm of application development – leveraging a cloud-first approach. This opens up opportunities for new business models and customer touch-points, delivering a positive impact on their ability to innovate at speed and differentiate from competition.
In this webinar, we will discuss building applications in the cloud, the various approaches and the effect this has on the business.
It is no secret that containers have entered mainstream and are here to stay. Every IT organization is exploring the use of containers. It is easy to make the case for using containers for new applications, especially the ones designed with a microservices architecture.
The benefits of containerizing microservices applications are immediate and well understood. But what about the hundreds or sometimes thousands of applications that enterprise IT teams are already supporting. Shouldn’t they get some ‘container’ love? Can ‘containerizing’ these applications ‘modernize’ them, extending their useful life? If your applications are running fine, does it even make sense to bother containerizing them all?
In this webinar, we answer these questions and discuss a simple framework to decide if you will benefit by containerizing your applications. For organizations interested in adopting containers, we will look at how they can successfully deliver a container-as-a-service to operate and manage these containerized applications.
About the presenter:
Ritesh Patel is a co-founder and VP, Products at Nirmata, a cloud-native application management platform build on Kubernetes. Ritesh has around 15 years of enterprise software development experience and has led software development teams. Prior to Nirmata, Ritesh was responsible for private cloud strategy and business development at Brocade where he led various OpenStack related initiatives and created a partner ecosystem. Ritesh has also held key technical positions at Trapeze Networks, Nortel and Motorola. Ritesh holds an MBA from UC Berkeley and MS from Michigan State University.
The use of an API gateway and the move to microservices are two of the most important trends in application development. But are they similar, or different; complementary, or contradictory? In this webinar we discuss the advantages of an API gateway, the advantages of microservices development, and how and when they can work together.
Join this webinar to learn:
- More about the advantages of an API gateway
- More about the advantages of microservices
- Whether an API gateway approach works with different microservices network architectures, including service mesh
- How to reduce rework if your application needs to move from one network architecture to another
Online security threats and defenses are evolving at a breakneck pace, but methods for developing business applications are evolving even faster. This rapidly-changing app environment brings new challenges for information security. Learn how your enterprise can combine emerging app development methods, cloud services capabilities, and new security practices to create a fast and more secure application environment.
View this webinar from Dark Reading and you will:
- Learn how application teams can build security into their development processes
- Get ways to implement new, faster methods for creating and deploying new applications
- Explore how to detect and eradicate software vulnerabilities in changing applications being deployed over a cloud infrastructure
- Discover how enterprises use the cloud to speed the implementation of secure application development
As enterprises move to container-based microservice architecture, Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform is an ideal container management platform. Fundamental OpenShift services include planning your environment, deploying the software, managing the platform, providing access, and deploying applications.
Thomas Cameron, 25-year veteran of the IT industry and Red Hat Certified
Architect, covers the fundamentals, including:
A brief OpenShift tech overview.
•The setup—how many machines and their functions.
•The installation process with Ansible®.
•Various OpenShift CLI commands to set up application services.
•A basic registry of applications.
•Logging and troubleshooting.
•All-in-one vs distributed installations.
•Deploying your first application.
•At the end of the session, you will be able to install and manage a
•basic OpenShift environment.
IT has always been an anchor for the rest of the business organization - stabilizing the foundation that enables all other departments to operate effectively and smoothly. In recent times, the increasing demand for digital transformation has greatly impacted the responsibilities of IT. IT departments now find themselves shifting into a critical spot in their organization, helping to facilitate the adoption of a new technological culture amongst their usual responsibilities.
Today, IT is a broker of cloud services and the owner of connectivity and integrations between new services. However, with this complexity, IT organizations are increasingly finding it difficult to quickly resolve service issues, provide high-quality support to business customers, hold teams and service providers accountable, and continuously drive process improvements.
The complexity of the job paired with the lack of essential analytics and insights, makes it harder for poorly-equipped IT departments to provide the continual support expected. When tasked with optimizing new digital initiatives, service delivery, and IT performance, departments often find themselves in a juggling act, where resources and time are limited.
Digital transformation projects present many technological and organizational challenges. A key challenge is developing modern, cloud-native applications that connect customers directly using automated business processes and decisions. Creating these applications requires a radical change in how software is built—moving away from traditional, IT-led software development to a process that lets both developers and business experts contribute directly to application logic. Please join us as Prakasha Aradhya, Red Hat Senior Product Manager, will discuss how Red Hat® business rules and process automation solutions help business users and developers collaborate as equal partners to create modern applications.Read more >
In this talk, Full-Stack and Google Developer Expert Amanda Cavallaro shares how technology has impacted and affected her life and career. From her empathy and experiences growing up in Brazil, to taking the leap to move to the UK and become a software developer and an advocate for the information technology community, Amanda discusses the challenges and lessons, and how the developer community helps people achieve their potential.Read more >
This webinar focuses on how Docker can help you secure your application lifecycle on Microsoft Azure.
Join us to review how you can leverage Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to push images into the Docker Trusted Registry and using containerized VSTS build agents with the Docker Universal Control Plane.
In the age of automation, modern testing has to be about both technology and business metrics. Artificial intelligence and analytics are drastically changing the way development teams, test, monitor and deliver applications.
Join this live webinar with Agile and Product experts from Eggplant to learn how to deliver better customer experiences and ensure faster, better web applications.
We will discuss how to:
- Track actual activity against positive business outcomes, such as basket conversion in retail, successful target strikes in defense, and completed transactions in telecommunications
- Monitor technical behavior of software in production
- Apply data science to the resulting combined information of monitoring to help identify changes to your site that can result in a higher NPS, happier customers, and revenue growth
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 >
Watch this OnDemand webcast to learn how Datical and XebiaLabs are working together to address the changing needs of the Enterprise through the evolution of application release automation.Read more >