The following is a guide to navigating APMdigest and finding content.
Types of Content
APMdigest offers the following types of content:
The BSM Blog: an APMdigest blog featuring content from non-vendor industry experts, such as analysts and consultants.
Vendor Forum: an APMdigest blog featuring content from technology vendors in APM and a variety of related technology markets.
APM Buyers Guide: a microsite within APMdigest, providing a directory of vendors in APM, EUEM, ITOA, NPM and related markets..
APM Academy: a microsite within APMdigest, sponsored by CA Technologies, offering practitioner level content in the form of blogs, white papers, ebooks, webinars and videos.
Industry News: news from APM and related markets, including new product releases and other vendor announcements.
White Papers: downloads of white papers, eBooks, reports and other APM-related documentation available to the IT community.
Webinars: upcoming and on-demand webinars educating the IT community on a variety of APM-related topics and products.
Free Tools: downloads of free tools and free trials related to APM.
Editor Blog: Pete Goldin's blog covering news about the APMdigest and APM Buyers Guide websites such as new sponsors, new bloggers and new features of the sites.
Content on APMdigest can be found in multiple ways. First, the latest posts of any type of content can all be found on the home page. The center column includes all recent Features, BSM Blogs and Vendor Forum Blogs. All recent posts to The BSM Blog, Vendor Forum, Industry News and Editor Blog can also be found on the home page in the right column.
Content can also be found on pages for each content type, accessed via the top navigation bar. Content types available via the top nav bar include:
■ BSM Blog (tab = Blog)
■ Vendor Forum (tab = Forum)
■ Industry News (tab = News)
■ White Papers (tab = Papers)
■ Free Tools (tab = Tools)
■ APM Buyers Guide (tab = Buyers Guide)
■ APM Academy
The Editor Blog is not included on the top nav bar, but a link to the Editor Blog can be found on every page on the bottom of the right column.
Also on every page of the site, in the left column, are lists of all the Upcoming Webinars, as well as the most recent On-Demand Webinars and most recent White Papers. A list of all Webinars and White Papers can be found on their respective pages, accessible via the top nav bar.
The latest list of Industry News posts is towards the top of the right column on the home page, under the APM Academy links. A complete list of Industry News can still be found on the Industry News page, accessible under the "News" tab on the top nav bar.
A list called "The Latest" can be found on many pages, either in the center under the main content of that page, or on the bottom of the left column. The Latest includes the most recent features and blogs (BSM Blog and Vendor Forum) that have posted to APMdigest. The Latest does not include new Industry News, White Papers, Webinars, Free Tools, Editor Blogs or any new content posted to the APM Buyers Guide.
APMdigest provides "Hot Topics" pages that include every feature and blog posted on APMdigest about that particular topic. Industry news, webinars, white papers and free tools are not listed on the Hot Topics pages.
Links to all the Hot Topics can be found on every page, at the bottom of the right column.
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If digital transformation is to succeed at the pace enterprises demand, IT teams, the CIOs who lead them, and the boardroom must forge a far greater alignment than presently exists. That is the over-arching sentiment expressed by IT professionals in a recent survey on the state of IT infrastructure and roadblocks to digital success ...
Given the incredible amount of traffic traversing corporate WANs, it's not surprising that businesses are seeing performance issues. If anything, it's amazing applications work as well as they do ...
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As network transformation initiatives like SD-WAN, edge computing and public/private clouds are adopted at increasing rates, hybrid networks are quickly becoming the new normal for IT and NetOps professionals.Without visibility into these hybrid network environments, NetOps are unable to troubleshoot the business-critical applications every organization relies on today. Here are four ways IT and NetOps teams can gain better visibility into complex, hybrid networks ...
A minimum Internet Performance Bar exists that, if met, should deliver top-tier website performance, regardless of industry, according to the 2019 Digital Experience Performance Benchmark Report, from ThousandEyes, a comparative analysis of web, infrastructure and network performance metrics from the top 20 US digital retail, travel and media websites ...
Since digital transformation is happening at such a rapid pace based on new, highly complex technologies like multi-cloud, containers and microservice architectures, customers are experiencing more challenges than ever in managing this complexity. However, with every challenge comes an opportunity. So, how can channel partners leverage these market disruptions to open the door to opportunity? The answer is simple ...
Executives from proactive organizations reported using performance management strategies to deliver innovation and meet broader business goals, and implementing application performance management (APM) tools with advanced monitoring features such as real-time user experience monitoring, and providing a composite view of log and performance data, according to Driving Business Performance Through Application Performance Management, a new report from GigaOm ...
Through our recent study, we wanted to better understand how service desk users are interacting with the service teams; how they connect for service; the manner in which most service desks receive user requests; and if organizations employ a knowledge base and how that information might be stored. Here’s what we’ve discovered ...