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Application Performance Management

Application landscapes continue to evolve. They are increasingly using services from various data centres and cloud environments. This makes it harder to ensure service quality with pure infrastructure-focused metrics. Application Performance Management (APM) enables seamless monitoring of application landscapes and helps to ensure the expected level of service. APM is the translation of IT metrics into real, added value. 

Business Benefits:

  • Accelerated deployment through automation
  • Monitoring the application landscape
  • Reduction of costs
  • Detailed data for developers to identify code problems
  • Better application performance
  • Improvement of service quality
Overview

Overview

Businesses must be able to innovate quickly in order to stay one step ahead of the competition. Today's customers expect new applications and software features to be rolled out quickly and reliably.

In the process, increasingly complex applications are being developed that use decentralised application services and infrastructure resources. It is becoming more difficult than ever to ensure service quality at optimised costs across the entire evolving infrastructure and cloud resources.

IT operations must monitor the entire application landscape to respond intelligently to changing conditions - and not just at the infrastructure level. DevOps teams also need detailed and high-level metrics and perfomance data to identify vulnerabilities in the code that negatively impacts performance or resource utilisation.  

Infrastructure monitoring and manual intervention alone are not enough in the multi-cloud era. Application Performance Management (APM) includes monitoring at the browser level (User Experience) via applications, databases, and infrastructure. 

Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, it is also possible to detect the "real-time behaviour" of applications and anticipate likely problems. 

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