Continuous Application Performance Management

Continuous Application Performance Management

02:11, November 3 2010

By dynaTrace

This white paper discusses the new requirements for application performance management (APM) in the face of accelerating complexity in application development, architectural design, and production environments. There is no question that applications continue to become more business critical. They are weapons upon which we rely to compete in our given marketplace. They are more externally focused than ever before, touching customers, business partners and supply chain and driving more and more of our business. These business critical applications must not just be “available” 24/7, they must perform optimally at all times for all users. They must scale further than ever before, supporting more and more users driving more and more transactions. And we are tweaking them, changing them, enhancing them more and more often than ever before. All this is going on while we fold in more 3rd party code including open source, distribute our applications globally and shift from physical to virtual production environments.

This white paper discusses the new requirements for application performance management (APM) in the face of accelerating complexity in application development, architectural design, and production environments. There is no question that applications continue to become more business critical. They are weapons upon which we rely to compete in our given marketplace. They are more externally focused than ever before, touching customers, business partners and supply chain and driving more and more of our business. These business critical applications must not just be "available" 24/7, they must perform optimally at all times for all users. They must scale further than ever before, supporting more and more users driving more and more transactions. And we are tweaking them, changing them, enhancing them more and more often than ever before. All this is going on while we fold in more 3rd party code including open source, distribute our applications globally and shift from physical to virtual production environments.

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