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APMdigest List: KEY FACTORS TO ENABLE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
In January, APMdigest will start accepting quotes for the next list, covering the key factors needed to enable digital transformation. If you have a quote for this list before January, feel free to send to Pete Goldin.
The deadline will be announced in January.
Check out some of the APMdigest and DEVOPSdigest lists from recent years to see the format and style of quotes
APMdigest and DEVOPSdigest regularly feature lists with quotes from experts across the industry. The most prominent lists are the annual predictions features. Throughout the year APMdigest and DEVOPSdigest post several other lists as well, usually providing tips or recommendations relating to a specific topic. These lists are consistently ranked among the most popular content on both sites.
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We don't often enough look back at the prior year’s predictions to see if they actually came to fruition. That is the purpose of this analysis. I have picked out a few key areas in APMdigest's 2017 Application Performance Management Predictions, and analyzed which predictions actually came true ...
Planning for a new year often includes predicting what’s going to happen. However, we don't often enough look back at the prior year’s predictions to see if they actually came to fruition. That is the purpose of this analysis. I have picked out a few key areas in APMdigest's 2017 Application Performance Management Predictions, and analyzed which predictions actually came true ...
The annual list of DevOps Predictions is now a DEVOPSdigest tradition. DevOps experts — analysts and consultants, users and the top vendors — offer predictions on how DevOps and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2018 ...