• Application Performance Management: An Alternative to the Swivel-Chair Approach, Part 2

    In part 1 of this blog I covered the ‘swivel chair’ multi-view method of application performance management, why it’s far too prevalent and the challenges it poses for many customers. I discussed how...
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  • Application Performance Management: An Alternative to the Swivel-Chair Approach

    Imagine if application users could see behind the serenity of the well-crafted (OK, sometimes cobbled together) user interfaces that deliver seamless user experiences envisioned in brainstorming whiteboard sessions, a...
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  • Warning: Alarm Fatigue Threatens APM

    We’re all familiar with these axioms:   Familiarity breeds complacency Ignorance is bliss What you don’t know won’t hurt you   While this axiom is not as familiar as the ones above, itR...
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  • The Six Ps of Successful APM Upgrades

    In the software economy we live in today, we depend on our applications to be there when we need them and function as expected. Anyone who has worked with software for any length of time has upgraded an OS, a favorite...
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  • The Jurassic Park Conundrum

    One of my favorite quotes comes from the 1993 hit movie Jurassic Park. I’m sure you remember it—Jeff Goldblum's character, Ian Malcolm, objects to the park creator’s lack of respect for nature and to...
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  • CA’s Latest APM Tool Eliminates Blind Spots

    The volume of digital interactions across many platforms can often result in what I call application performance management blind spots. One such blind spot occurs when an organization considers monitoring only the us...
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  • Meaningful Metrics Without the Mess: CA’s Latest APM Solution

    I don’t miss the days when a zillion raw data points made up a transaction and application experience was displayed on something resembling a starship console. Application monitoring tools could, albeit wit...
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