Riverbed to Showcase Digital Experience Management and Cloud Native APM Solutions at Velocity 2019 Conference
June 10, 2019
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Riverbed will showcase its Digital Experience Management (DEM) portfolio – including cloud native Application Performance Management (APM) and End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) solutions – in booth #406 at O’Reilly Velocity 2019 conference in San Jose, California on June 10 – 13.

A Riverbed speaking session titled, “25 Billion Transactions and Counting: How Dell manages application performance at scale,” will feature a discussion with Dell on how to scale monitoring in cloud-native environments and evolving DevOps practices for optimal app performance at scale. The session will include real world use cases, including how the team was able to optimally prepare for the volatility of Black Friday leveraging Dell’s partnership with Riverbed to deliver exceptional application performance.

Riverbed enables organizations to measure digital experiences and maximize cloud-native application performance so customers can deliver better end user experiences. Today, cloud-native applications demand new tools that provide deep visibility into containers, microservices, end users and transactions–at scale​. Riverbed delivers unified cloud-native APM that is scalable​, high-definition​, enterprise-grade​ and easy to manage and deploy​. Riverbed’s multi-cloud technology support includes Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Red Hat OpenShift platforms​.

At Velocity, attendees visiting Riverbed Booth #406 will see live demos, and learn how to:

- Gain deep visibility into transactions, user experience, containers and microservices—on and off the cloud

- Capture and store every transaction, with full metadata detail, at any scale

- Deploy and manage Riverbed APM easily with automated discovery and non-intrusive instrumentation for cloud-native environments

- Measure and manage the entire digital experience, including down to the end user device with Riverbed end user experience monitoring

Riverbed Speaking Session: 25 Billion Transactions and Counting: How Dell Manages Application Performance at Scale

Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Time: 2-2:20 pm

Location: LL20 D

Presenter: Jon Hodgson, principal scientist, at Riverbed, with Dell application performance team, Jeremy Tupa and Marcelo Soares

This session will focus on scaling application performance monitoring in cloud-native environments.

With hundreds of Dell engineers across development, ops and support teams participating in an optimization effort for 2,000+ legacy and interconnected cloud-native applications, Dell’s application performance team has particular expertise in evolving DevOps practices and employing cutting-edge technology to ensure the best application performance at scale. During the session, Jeremy Tupa and Marcelo Soares will walk attendees through real-world cases, including how the team was able to optimally prepare for the volatility of Black Friday leveraging Dell’s partnership with Riverbed to deliver exceptional application performance.

Attendees will receive practical advice that can be applied to their own environment, whether large or small, including how to manage and optimize tens of thousands of microservices and containers, as well as key insights for evolving DevOps tools and methodologies.

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