Before 2016 is over, APMdigest looks back over the past year to highlight the blogs and features posted in 2016 that were most popular among readers.
3. 3 Focus Points for Future of Application Management
Arun Biligiri, IBM
4. 3 Approaches to End-User Experience Monitoring
Sridhar Iyengar, ManageEngine
6. APIs and CD: Rekindling Interest in APM
Julie Craig, EMA
7. SDN and NFV Can Help Safeguard Service Continuity and Quality in a Digital Age
Jeremy Rossbach, CA Technologies
8. Why Analytics and Automation Are Central to ITSM Transformation
Dennis Drogseth, EMA
9. Hybrid Cloud is Mainstream and Performance Management Software is Essential
Shamus McGillicuddy, EMA
10. 2016: Looking Ahead at ITSM - Want to Place Any Bets?
Dennis Drogseth, EMA
12. APM and ITOA: Clearing Up the Confusion
Guy Warren, ITRS Group
13. The State of the Network is … In the Clouds. Guess Where Your Applications Are?
Steve Brown, Viavi Solutions
14. 10 Application Monitoring Tips
Jay Labadini, Tevron
15. End User Experience - Perceptions of Performance
Larry Dragich, Auto Club Group
17. The Status Quo of IT Monitoring
Sahil Khanna, Moogsoft
18. Shine Light on Blind Spots with Visibility
Ananda Rajagopal, Gigamon
19. How APM Can Prevent the IoT from Overwhelming You
Krishnan Badrinarayanan, Riverbed Technology
2016 APM predictions and other content posted in 2015 and previous years were also very popular in 2016, but were not included on this list because they were not posted in 2016.
The growing urgency of enterprises to digitally transform their business operations and enhance customer experience was the driving force behind much of the growth in outsourcing innovation, contract awards and spending in 2017, according to the ISG Momentum Annual Report ...
Organizations are embracing digital transformation, as 89% have plans to adopt or have already adopted a digital-first business strategy, according to the 2018 IDG Digital Business Survey ...
Managing emerging technologies such as Cloud, microservices and containers and SDx are driving organizations to redefine their IT monitoring strategies, according to a new study titled 17 Areas Shaping the Information Technology Operations Market in 2018 from Digital Enterprise Journal (DEJ) ...
Balancing digital innovation with security is critical to helping businesses deliver strong digital experiences, influencing factors such maintaining a competitive edge, customer satisfaction, customer trust, and risk mitigation. But some businesses struggle to meet that balance according to new data ...
In the course of researching, documenting and advising on user experience management needs and directions for more than a decade, I've found myself waging a quiet (and sometimes not so quiet) war with several industry assumptions. Chief among these is the notion that user experience management (UEM) is purely a subset of application performance management (APM). This APM-centricity misses some of UEM's most critical value points, and in a basic sense fails to recognize what UEM is truly about ...
We now live in the kind of connected world where established businesses that are not evolving digitally are in jeopardy of becoming extinct. New research shows companies are preparing to make digital transformation a priority in the near future. However most of them have a long way to go before achieving any kind of mastery over the multiple disciples required to effectively innovate ...
IT Transformation can result in bottom-line benefits that drive business differentiation, innovation and growth, according to new research conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) ...
While regulatory compliance is an important activity for medium to large businesses, easy and cost-effective solutions can be difficult to find. Network visibility is an often overlooked, but critically important, activity that can help lower costs and make life easier for IT personnel that are responsible for these regulatory compliance solutions ...
This is the third in a series of three blogs directed at recent EMA research on the digital war room. In this blog, we'll look at three areas that have emerged in a spotlight in and of themselves — as signs of changing times — let alone as they may impact digital war room decision making. They are the growing focus on development and agile/DevOps; the impacts of cloud; and the growing need for security and operations (SecOps) to team more effectively ...
As we've seen, hardware is at the root of a large proportion of data center outages, and the costs and consequences are often exacerbated when VMs are affected. The best answer, therefore, is for IT pros to get back to basics ...