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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.

Samples of APMdigest lists:

2019 Application Performance Management Predictions

Top Factors That Impact Application Performance

30 Ways APM Should Evolve

28 Ways to Ensure Application Performance in the Hybrid Cloud

16 Ways Application Performance Impacts the Business

18 Ways to Ensure Mobile App Performance

20 Top Factors That Impact Website Response Time

18 Tools to Ensure Performance During Cyber Monday and the Holiday Shopping Season

Samples of DEVOPSdigest lists:

2019 DevOps Predictions

Top Culture Changes to Make DevOps a Reality

25 Advantages of DevOps

30 Must-Have Tools to Support DevOps

17 Ways to Define DevOps

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