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.
According to most industry perceptions, application performance management (APM) and application portfolio management (APM) might seem to be worlds apart — or at best connected by a very thin thread. In this blog, I'd like to highlight three areas that are bridging the APM-to-APM divide: digital experience management, application discovery and dependency mapping (ADDM), and agile/DevOps lifecycle planning ...
In today's digital world, it is possible to gauge the cost implications of an IT outage on employee productivity, revenue generation but it is usually much more tricky to measure the negative impacts on the very IT people's lives ...
APMdigest asked experts across the industry for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA. Part 5 offers some interesting final thoughts ...
APMdigest asked experts across the industry for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA. Part 4 covers automation and the dynamic IT environment ...
APMdigest asked experts across the industry for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA. Part 3 covers monitoring and user experience ...
APMdigest asked experts across the industry for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA. Part 2 covers visibility and data ...
Managing application performance today requires analytics. IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) is often used to augment or built into Application Performance Management solutions to process the massive amounts of metrics coming out of today's IT environment. But today ITOA stands at a crossroads as revolutionary technologies and capabilities are emerging to push it into new realms. So where is ITOA going next? With this question in mind, APMdigest asked experts across the industry — including analysts, consultants and vendors — for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA ...
Digital transformation initiatives are more successful when they have buy-in from across the business, according to a new report titled Digital Transformation Trailblazing: A Data-Driven Approach ...
The growing market for analytics in IT is one of the more exciting areas to watch in the technology industry. Exciting because of the variety and types of vendor innovation in this area. And exciting as well because our research indicates the adoption of advanced IT analytics supports data sharing and joint decision making in a way that's catalytic for both IT and digital transformation ...
Colin Fletcher, Research Director at Gartner, talks about Algorithmic IT Operations (AIOps) and the challenges and recommendations for AIOps adoption ...