Posts Tagged ‘ AppEnsure ’

Addressing Users’ VDI Performance Concerns

February 28, 2014
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PerformanceManagement

In Do Users Have a Negative Perception of Desktop Virtualization?, James Rankin brought up a set of issues that arise whenever a new platform is deployed in an organization. Those issues revolve around the fact that users tend to then blame all problems with user experience upon the new platform, even if those problems had existed…

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Real-Time Monitoring: Almost Always a Lie

December 30, 2013
By
PerformanceManagement

In Understanding the Value of Unique Management Data, we pointed out that tools that collect unique data about the performance of infrastructure and applications are more likely to be able to provide you the value you want than tools that just rely on commodity data. In this post, we expose the most frequent marketing lie…

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News: Compuware PureStack adds a Focus on Application Operations

June 6, 2013
By
PerformanceManagement

The Compuware PureStack technology is based upon an agent in the operating system (Windows, Linux, AIX, Solaris, and HPUX) that collects all of the key infrastructure metrics from that operating system. These infrastructure metrics are then mapped to the end to end transaction tracing that Compuware offers through the PurePath technology that came from the…

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APM as a Service and CA’s Reaction

November 28, 2012
By
BlindDinosaur

APM as a Service from vendors like AppDynamics, New Relic, AppFirst, and AppEnsure is a viable option for most enterprises. While on premise solutions are not dead, legacy vendors who have not modernized their products for the new requirements at the application development, application deployment, and data center distribution are blind dinosaurs. They are dead…

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