Posts Tagged ‘ Monitoring as a Service ’

APM as a Service and CA’s Reaction

November 28, 2012
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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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On Premise vs. Monitoring as a Service – Considerations and Tradeoffs

April 27, 2012
By
PerformanceManagement

Monitoring as a Service is an attractive option for rapidly bringing up infrastructure and application monitoring and not having to manage the back end of the monitoring system.

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New Relic Rocks the APM as a Service World

October 29, 2010
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New Relic announced that it now support four application types, Ruby-on-Rails, Java, .Net and PHP. New Relic has therefore broken new ground in the question of trade-offs between depth of monitoring into an application, and breadth of platform support. The prior generation of byte code instrumentation vendors never supported more than two platforms – J2EE…

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Monitoring as a Service (MaaS)

August 18, 2010
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There are some applications that are “never” going to go into a public cloud and the monitoring of those applications is not going to be done on a MaaS basis either. However, the ease with which these solutions can be purchased, initially deployed and then managed on an ongoing basis means that for applications that…

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