Take the Survey: Best Practices in Application Performance Management
Posted September 29th, 2017
The 2018 Benchmark Report on Application Performance Management, revised, expanded and updated from this year’s edition, publishes in January. The new research and analysis will focus on how top-performing companies are using next-generation application performance management to speed the development of new applications, optimize the performance of existing applications, and improve customer satisfaction and employee productivity. Click here to take the survey that serves as the basis for the new research.
New Research Reveals How Top Performing IT Organizations Mitigate Risk
Posted February 18th, 2017
When it comes to application technology and infrastructure, the world is a very different place than it was a decade ago. So, too, are user expectations. With applications having migrated en masse to web-based interfaces and cloud-based hosting, and with anytime, anywhere data access now the norm, people have come to expect trouble-free engagement and immediate responsiveness (typically, in the range of 250 to 500 milliseconds) as they interact and transact with applications on their desktops and mobile devices.
These user expectations are not limited to consumer applications. They apply to work-related applications, as well. Whether the application is the product of a third-party solution provider or the company’s own internal software development group, users today have scarce little patience for slow-running applications or even temporary glitches in functionality. They have no tolerance at all for application downtime.
In the Spotlight: Application Performance Management
Posted November 15th, 2016
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new study on a hot topic in the world of database management, software development and network performance management: Application Performance Management. The goal is to gain a deep understanding of how companies today are utilizing application performance monitoring tools to identify database problems and resource bottlenecks as well as to pinpoint defective or inefficient code. In most cases, the goal is to speed the development of new applications as well as optimize the performance of existing applications.
The survey that serves as the basis for the study can be found here.