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What’s Unique about SharePath?

Lanir Shacham, Correlsense CTO, explains why SharePath is different from other transaction management solutions.  Read more…

The Evolution of Business Transaction Management – Part I

Information Technology contributes to the efficiency of the human race like nothing else. Keeping up with the management of complex IT systems requires constant innovation;systems management has come a long way since the days of “Big Iron”. The fourth… Read More

Site Speed Affects the End User Experience

Site speed refers to how fast a site responds to a user request and is an important factor for providing a good online experience. Not every Website owner realizes that the success of his or her Website depends… Read More

Slow Applications and the War Room

As business in the online arena come to learn sooner or later, a slow application creates a slippery slope that can be both time-consuming and expensive to recover from. No industry is immune; banks, travel agencies and search… Read More

Correlsense Introduction

Correlsense provides a breakthrough in IT reliability by enabling both a bird’s-eye and a detailed view of how business transactions perform across data center tiers.

IT Systems Eventually Add Up to Enormous Pains

I’m in pain. My upper back is killing me. I’m not sure what it is – whether it’s my recent athletic activities (marathon/triathlon); my surfing swimsuit, which has become more and more friendly with the icy cold water;… Read More

Java Bytecode Instrumentation and Transaction Tracing

Imagine you want to debug your code, or better yet, profile your code during run time. Bytecode instrumentation (BCI) (see my last post) is a perfect solution, since by using BCI an external tool can add code to… Read More

SharePath APM Software Demo

Watch this APM Software demo to see how SharePath records and analyzes every transaction to provide a complete view of where IT performance problems exist. Read more…

The Wall

I ran my first marathon last month. I did a triathlon a few months before that, and I can undoubtedly state that a marathon is much, much harder. I trained for it for three months, and since I’ve… Read More

What End-to-End REALLY Means

First of all, I apologize to all my readers for not writing in a while, we had a very busy 4th quarter. One of the things we did was to participate in the CMG conference in Las Vegas. Well Vegas… Read More

Little Things

This post is for my fellow software vendors. Customers / partners / distributors / investors—please skip this. It is not for your eyes. Don’t you just hate the small annoying bugs? It’s the little things that shouldn’t have… Read More

Throwing Salt

I’ve never been to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). There were times I was visiting Manhattan once a month and Wall Street in general, but still—never been to the NYSE. So of course I was thrilled that… Read More