Topic: apm

Microsoft’s new DevOps solutions, Dell’s IoT announcements, and Apple’s acquisition of Metaio—SD Times news digest: May 29, 2015

Microsoft wants to help enterprises identify best practices and avoid common pitfalls in their DevOps practices. The company announced several new DevOps solutions at the O’Reilly Velocity DevOps conference, and a new online-self evaluation tool has been launched to help developers, IT and other parts of an organization determine their next step in their DevOps … continue reading

Microsoft open-sources WCF, and OpenStack debuts Community App Catalog—SD Times news digest: May 20, 2015

Microsoft announced it has open-sourced the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) framework as a .NET Foundation project. According to a blog post by WCF project lead Ron Cain, the new open-source version of WCF will target the .NET Core framework for cross-platform architectures on Linux, OS X and Windows. Visual Studio 2015 RC also supports WCF … continue reading

Stackify Launches APM+, Transforming The Way .NET Developers Optimize Application Performance

April 28, 2015 – Cloud-based application performance monitoring and management provider Stackify announces the launch of their APM+ (Application Performance Management) solution for Microsoft ASP.NET, a cost-effective solution offering real-time, code-level insights for business-critical applications. This lightweight solution requires minimal server resources while giving developers continuous code-level visibility into application behavior to improve their system’s … continue reading

Guest View: Five focus points to take your application performance to peak levels

The online retail marketplace continues to get more competitive every year, and end users are connected around the clock by desktop, smartphone or tablet wherever they are, including in the store. Because our world is now omnichannel and always-on, application developers, testers and production teams need to be on top of their game to keep … continue reading

Guest View: Mobile testing in an agile world

Mobile devices have changed our world. Smartphones and tablets allow employees and customers to be available and active online almost 24z7—something unimaginable in the PC era. Mobile devices’ touch-screens support rich media and application functionality and deliver a far more powerful user experience than ever thought possible. The impact is largely felt in the testing … continue reading

DevOps and business forge a new definition of APM

Applications are growing more complex and living on a wider range of platforms than ever before, and the application performance-management space is evolving along with them. APM platforms are providing more unified, flexible and predictive monitoring hubs for developers and operations, spurred to deliver more targeted application information faster. At the heart of this changing … continue reading

SOASTA transitions from cloud testing to performance analysis

Until recently, SOASTA has been mainly focused on cloud testing solutions, but recent announcements from the company revealed a new direction. While SOASTA will continue to focus on its cloud-testing solutions, the company is working on making performance a more fundamental aspect to its portfolio. “Cloud testing has always been about performance,” said Brad Johnson, … continue reading

Code Studio reaches a milestone, CodeNow in a Box, and Google Cloud Trace—SD Times news digest: Jan. 9, 2015

Code.org has revealed a milestone with its computer-science learning platform, Code Studio. The organization announced that more than 1 million girls, along with 1 million African-American and Hispanic students, have enrolled in Code.org’s computer-science education program. “We all know tech has a diversity problem. The problem in computer-science education is even worse. To work to … continue reading

From the Editors: Nine predictions for 2015

It’s the time of year when every pundit, analysis and researcher puts on his “Carnac the Magnificent” hat and tries to peer into the future to determine which trends will bubble to the top. We’re no different, except for one thing: Top 10 lists are SO Letterman! So cliché! So, in the spirit of differentiation, … continue reading

Plumbr transitions from app troubleshooting to app monitoring

When Plumbr was founded two years ago, the intent of the company was to help developers solve memory leaks in Java applications. “The promise was simple: Whenever you have a memory leak, attach Plumbr and find the cause of underlying problem in minutes instead of weeks of troubleshooting and experimenting,” said Ivo Magi, cofounder and … continue reading

Dynatrace heads out on its own

Compuware was purchased by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in September, and already that move to take the company private has yielded the unleashing of Dynatrace. Previously only the name of a tool, the moniker now represents the entire Compuware line of application performance monitoring tools. New name in hand, Dynatrace hosted the Perform Global … continue reading

New Relic Opens Up Software Analytics Cloud Platform So Customers Can Create, Share Killer ‘Data Apps’

FUTURESTACK14 CONFERENCE – SAN FRANCISCO – Oct. 8, 2014 – Today at the second annual FutureStack conference, New Relic ushered in its next chapter of software analytics with notable product enhancements and by announcing plans to open up its software analytics cloud platform so customers can build their own “Data Apps.” Collectively, these announcements represent … continue reading

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