Application Performance Management, or APM, refers to the discipline within systems management that focuses on monitoring and managing the performance and availability of software applications. APM can be defined as workflow and related IT tools deployed to detect, diagnose, remedy and report on application performance issues to ensure that application performance meets or exceeds end-users’ and businesses’ expectations.
This paper examines the evolution of enterprise applications, the data centers in which these applications reside and the increasing expectations of businesses and end-users on the Quality of Service (QoS) their applications deliver.
SimpliVity's true hyperconverged infrastructure solution helped Waypoint Capital consolidate their data center. After implementing 2U OmniCube systems, they were able to immensely reduce their IT complexity, increase performance, and dramatically improve their operational efficiency.
ActualTech Media and SimpliVity have partnered to create a new report that presents data from surveyed IT professionals and their experiences with hyperconverged infrastructure. The report defines Hyperconvergence and outlines the future of the industry.
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When a performance degradation occurs, there are more factors and interrelationships to consider than ever before. And though you may have invested in various monitoring tools to gain visibility into the elements of your application delivery infrastructure, this view is often fragmented and the tools are managed by separate teams.
Insurance organizations are constantly replacing legacy systems
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Guidewire is broadly adopted.
While powerful and beneficial, the Citrix XenApp environment can present new challenges to IT departments when troubleshooting application performance issues. Citrix acts as a proxy for backend applications, making it difficult to get end-toend visibility of transactions and to identify and troubleshoot end-user experience problems
F5 Networks is positioned in the Leaders Quadrant for Application Delivery Controllers for the eighth consecutive year. The application delivery controller (ADC) is a key component within enterprise data center and public cloud architectures, and according to Gartner, enterprises should evaluate ADCs based on how they integrate with key applications and cloud/virtualization platforms.