application performance

Using the Windows Performance Monitor to monitor Processors

Here we give a brief overview of processor performance monitoring with the Microsoft Performance monitor.  The Windows Performance monitor (perfmon) is a tool that you can use to take a look at an individual Windows server.  It is… Read More

William Hill and Correlsense Unlock Real-time Customer Insights

William Hill deploying Correlsense’s SharePath software to monitor application performance and customer retention Framingham, Mass. – January 29, 2014 – Correlsense, the leading enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) company, today announced that William Hill is deploying its SharePath software…. Read More

Correlsense Announces Immediate Availability of SharePath 3.5

New release of the company’s flagship software extends its leadership position in the enterprise application performance management market Framingham, Mass. – January 21, 2014 – Correlsense, the leading enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) company, today announced that it has… Read More

Time to Take out the Garbage

To understand how to boost the performance of an application server, it is necessary to understand what is meant by Java garbage collection. Programmers who write programs in C or C++ are allowed to create and delete objects… Read More

What Software do I need to Patch?

One of the key issues in Enterprise APM is the breadth of infrastructure. Today, few companies run their whole business on browsers, servers, and the web. In most, there are new applications, legacy applications, packaged applications, and composite… Read More

What is an Application?

The complex, heterogenous nature of today’s enterprise environments is one reason the demand for APM tools is growing. Another is the complexity of applications themselves, from the perspective of development, IT operations, and the application end user. This… Read More

Clabby Analytics Highlights SharePath 2.5 In Recent Report

Clabby Analytics recently released a report highlighting the new feature of SharePath 2.5: The firm has previously highlighted SharePath’s non-intrusive approach and easy implementation. These factors have not changed with 2.5 – and Clabby agrees. New features include user… Read More

The APM Market Is Not For Chickens

I’ve been SVP of Sales at Correlsense for three years, and in this time I’ve had a lot of opportunities to meet with the clients. These are the people in the trenches using, or hoping to use, APM… Read More

Tailoring Performance for Your Customers

Last week, my wife started giving me a hard time about my clothes. I had a trip to Europe coming up, and the official verdict from her was that my suits were simply “not enough”. Figuring I’d better… Read More

IT Performance Metrics and Airplanes

I am writing this post on an airplane, traveling home from a great visit with a customer of ours. Well, more like a partner. It was the kind of meeting that makes me really love my job: working… Read More

Confessions of a Successful CIO: Seven Innovative Ways to Measure, Manage and Improve Service Levels

See below for a recording of an online seminar and slide deck where Phil West, CIO of Gainsco Insurance, describes new approaches his team took to get beyond standard load testing and ensure the success of a recent web application upgrade.

Correlsense and Avada Partnership Provides a Comprehensive Management and Monitoring Solution for Messaging-Based Environments

Correlsense, a provider of IT Reliability™ solutions, announced today that it has partnered with Avada Software to offer a comprehensive application performance management solution for enterprise IT environments whose application integrations rely upon enterprise messaging products like IBM WebSphere MQ, TIBCO Enterprise Message Service™ or other JMS messaging products. Avada Software provides Enterprise Messaging Management solutions so customers can rapidly pinpoint problems and collaboratively manage performance across the enterprise infrastructure and within enterprise messaging platforms, application servers and Web services.