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.
Organizations that are working with artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) have, on average, four AI/ML projects in place, according to a recent survey by Gartner, Inc. Of all respondents, 59% said they have AI deployed today ...
The 11th anniversary of the Apple App Store frames a momentous time period in how we interact with each other and the services upon which we have come to rely. Even so, we continue to have our in-app mobile experiences marred by poor performance and instability. Apple has done little to help, and other tools provide little to no visibility and benchmarks on which to prioritize our efforts outside of crashes ...
Confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) and its ability to enhance network operations is high, but only if the issue of bias is tackled. Service providers (68%) are most concerned about the bias impact of "bad or incomplete data sets," since effective AI requires clean, high quality, unbiased data, according to a new survey of communication service providers ...
Every internet connected network needs a visibility platform for traffic monitoring, information security and infrastructure security. To accomplish this, most enterprise networks utilize from four to seven specialized tools on network links in order to monitor, capture and analyze traffic. Connecting tools to live links with TAPs allow network managers to safely see, analyze and protect traffic without compromising network reliability. However, like most networking equipment it's critical that installation and configuration are done properly ...
The Democratic presidential debates are likely to have many people switching back-and-forth between live streams over the coming months. This is going to be especially true in the days before and after each debate, which will mean many office networks are likely to see a greater share of their total capacity going to streaming news services than ever before ...
Monitoring of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) infrastructures has become a key concern over the last several years. Modern versions of these systems need continual monitoring to stay energy efficient and deliver satisfactory comfort to building occupants. This is because there are a large number of environmental sensors and motorized control systems within HVAC systems. Proper monitoring helps maintain a consistent temperature to reduce energy and maintenance costs for this type of infrastructure ...
Shoppers won’t wait for retailers, according to a new research report titled, 2019 Retailer Website Performance Evaluation: Are Retail Websites Meeting Shopper Expectations? from Yottaa ...
Customer satisfaction and retention were the top concerns for a majority (58%) of IT leaders when suffering downtime or outages, according to a survey of top IT leaders conducted by AIOps Exchange. The effect of service interruptions on customers outweighed other concerns such as loss of revenue, brand reputation, negative press coverage, or the impact on IT Ops teams.
It is inevitable that employee productivity and the quality of customer experiences suffer as a consequence of the poor performance of O365. The quick detection and rapid resolution of problems associated with O365 are top of mind for any organization to keep its business humming ...
Employees at British businesses rate computer downtime as the most significant irritant at their current workplace (41 percent) when asked to pick their top three ...