In order to have a better understanding about performance monitoring, one should have some understanding of statistics. (This is increasingly true as that is the technology that drives analytics.) The most basic statistics are the average, standard deviation, and the … Read More
Nginx is said to be fast. Apache is said to be powerful. For that reason Nginx is often used to serve up static content while Apache and other servers are given the work that requires heavy lifting.
Nginx is an … Read More
The Two Companies Partner to Create a Holistic, End-to-End Product Model for Enterprise Application Performance (APM) and Business Service Management (BSM) Monitoring
Needham and Framingham, Mass. – March 11, 2014 – Correlsense and Centerity Systems today announced that they have … Read More
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 the Internet … Read More
Corporate computing environments can be complex involving many different programming languages, applications, middleware components, and endpoints. Many composite applications integrate new software, legacy code, and packaged solutions. Enterprise application performance monitoring works by solving the transaction tracing problem. This means … Read More
Today’s APM tools do not provide sufficient capabilities to perform real end user monitoring of Oracle applications. While these tools can track basic performance data, most solutions do not cover the entire Oracle E-Business Suite technology stack and it can … Read More
End-to-end monitoring solutions should monitor all of the infrastructure’s components, yet some solutions only monitor one part of the bigger picture.
The term “end-to-end” relative to transaction monitoring is very over-used. End-to-end Website monitoring, end-to-end server performance monitoring, end-to-end database … Read More