Topic: new relic

What real-time data streaming means for the enterprise

Big Data has introduced some notable challenges to the enterprise world. At first, it was enough to wrangle the data (structured and not) and then to glean actionable information from it, but today, enterprises are shifting their priorities toward real-time analytics and data streams. Early tools couldn’t cope with the scale or speed involved in … continue reading

New Relic unveils new infrastructure offering, uniting application and infrastructure management for modern IT operations teams

Software analytics leader New Relic, Inc.(NYSE:NEWR) today unveiled New Relic Infrastructure, a new monitoring solution designed to provide deep, real-time visibility into a company’s dynamic cloud and hybrid infrastructure and integrate seamlessly with New Relic’s application performance solutions. New Relic Infrastructure enables correlation of performance metrics and configuration changes to the infrastructure, enabling modern IT … continue reading

Apple preparing for ‘Planet of the Apps,’ New Relic announces SPA monitoring public beta, Nintendo Developer portal open to all—SD Times news digest: July 13, 2016

Apple is working on its own show called “Planet of the Apps,” and the company is looking for the “world’s most talented app creators” to join its team. Those accepted will be able to tell the stories of other app creators, and how they were created, incubated and released into the world. Online applications are … continue reading

How Major League Baseball develops software

When you’re watching the Oakland Athletics beat up on the Anaheim Angels on the MLB.tv streaming service, you’re probably not thinking about the software involved in that equation. But it’s the software that has taken 15 years of continual evolution to get to the point where, nowadays, baseball’s premium subscription service isn’t just a nice … continue reading

Lookout discovers new Android malware, Google Play Services 8.3, and New Relic’s acquisition of Opsmatic—SD Times new digest: Nov. 6, 2015

Lookout, a mobile security company, has detected more than 20,000 samples of a trojanized adware pretending to be top apps like Candy Crush, Facebook, Google Now, NYTimes, Okta, Twitter, WhatsApp and more, according to its blog. Auto-rooting adware is a malware that roots the device automatically after the user installs it, embedding itself as a … continue reading

Application performance a key theme at Velocity NYC 2015

A word that was heard frequently when walking through the booths at the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity NYC conference was “performance.” The conference provided a new perspective to performance and Web operations, and it gave everyone from developers to technical executives solutions to solve their dynamic website and application challenges. (Related: How government is using DevOps) … continue reading

How to plug into DevOps

The DevOps movement is gaining momentum, albeit at different speeds in different organizations. While the goal has been to streamline workflows between development and operations teams, there are a number of technological and cultural challenges companies have to address to optimize DevOps, and more importantly the entire software life cycle. If you’re confused about how … continue reading

CTO and VC: What’s the difference?

When it comes to the Silicon Valley, there are two titans that make all the decisions: CTOs and venture capitalists. At least one newly minted VC finds that being a CTO is quite similar to being an investor. Steve Herrod was VMware’s founding technologist, having developed the virtualization technology behind the company while at Stanford. … 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

SD Times Blog: New Relic, Hortonworks prove software IPOs can still succeed

If anyone had any doubt about the potential for going IPO as a modern enterprise software company, the last two days should have removed that doubt completely from their minds. Hortonworks and New Relic are both dominating the markets right now, rising quickly and looking to be poised for an even higher rise over the … continue reading

Android Developer Conference shows expanding products

In an exposition that was more reminiscent of early PC conferences than a developer event, the Android Developer Conference showed off numerous innovative products. For developers, tools on display offered new ways to monetize, test and monitor apps. Hardware makers were also on hand to offer help for designers working on-next generation devices and applications. … continue reading

Microsoft launches Microsoft Lumia 535; Hortonworks and New Relic file for IPO—SD Times news digest: November 11, 2014

Microsoft has launched its first Lumia phone without the Nokia branding. Lumia 535 comes with a 5-inch screen, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, a rear-facing camera, and an integrated Microsoft experiences. It comes preloaded with Windows Phone 8.1 and the Lumia Denim Update. “Lumia 535 comes with our ‘5x5x5’ proposition,” said Jo Harlow, corporate vice president for … continue reading

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