Enterprise Application Performance and Cybersecurity

Enterprise businesses run on software. There are many variables in application performance. One of them is simply availability: can your employees and users access your software and data when they need them. APM has much to offer here…. Read More

Why Enterprise APM Projects Fail

I am on a plane – on my way back from the best ever visit to a customer in the UK. One of our largest customers asked that prior to beginning his project he would like to visit… Read More

ORIAC & Correlsense Accelerate European Insurance Apps

Partnership Helps Keep the 24×7 Insurance Company at Peak Performance   London, UK and Framingham, Mass. – February 26, 2014 – Correlsense and ORIAC Solutions Ltd today announced a partnership to help improve the performance of insurance applications throughout… Read More

Netflix May Boost Cloud-based Application Performance

There are many potential throttles on application performance. A single user transaction can take many hops across multiple servers and networks. This is particularly true in the Cloud. That is why enterprise APM is so important. So, consider… Read More

Who Invented The First Internet? Mon Dieu! The French.

Much of the global economy, and many of our software applications operate on the Internet. When people think about the beginnings of the Internet, the US military and Al Gore often come to mind. The military’s impact on… Read More

Panorama Consulting 2013 ERP Implementation Success Rate Report

For those of you who are working on or considering ERP implementations, whether in-house or as SaaS, Panorama consulting has release a survey that delivers some solid statistics as to the likely success of that. Their survey was… Read More

Mansion & Correlsense Deliver Online Gaming

a New Standard for Online Gaming Performance Mansion Deploys Correlsense’s SharePath Software to Ensure Customers Always Have a Seat at the Virtual Table London, UK – February 4, 2014 – At the ICE Totally Gaming show today, Correlsense announced… Read More

Chinese Internet Goes Offline as Censors Attempt to Block Content

For those of you worried about application performance, be careful making firewall changes as you could, as the Chinese have done, knock 680 million users offline. The new Chinese Premier Xi has made it his mantra to expose… Read More