When we were rethinking what an Application Performance Monitoring product could be, we did what we always did. We thought of developers, and the ultimate users that they serve. It's no surprise then that two years back, we built an all-new take on APM from scratch. One that armed developers with the level of insights that they need to deliver great software. Fortunately, we seemed to be onto something here. The relics of the past are now starting to talk about "shifting left," meaning "moving to the left on the SDLC," meaning "empower the developers to get in earlier in the delivery to ensure a great outcome."
For the past 15 years, there's been a shift in how people work, where they work from and how they connect to "work". Employees are no longer tethered to headquarters, their offices or tied to slower complicated VPN services. Additionally, the way people work and where they work from has changed. Along with flexible work hours, employees want workplace flexibility. And with such a competitive job market, employers have to deliver! Flexible work environments offer tremendous benefits such as improved productivity and morale, reduced stress levels and better work-life balance which builds trust and commitment.
In recent years, both large and small organizations have been affected by data breaches. Business owners, C-suite executives, and CIOs face the reality that they can be a target of security breaches at any time. These incidents can jeopardize your organization's credibility besides leading to financial and productivity losses.
One of the most important sources of PerfOps data is synthetic benchmarking. Authoritative DNS providers, public DNS resolvers and Cloud providers are tested every minute from more than 250 locations around the world. The data is collected and processed round the clock, for several years now. And that is obvious, the more test servers in different locations we have - the more accurate and valuable our results are.
In a world where customers gravitate towards the best products and services, upholding high levels of quality as a business is a no-brainer. Being quality-centric in all your business processes ensures you can steer away from common errors. It can also improve your overall productivity as well as improve your customer retention rates.While there are various standards you can follow to improve the quality of your daily operations, the ISO 9000 standard remains to be one of the best. Even better, it is recognized globally, which could make it easier to do business the world over. The ISO 9000 family consists of five standards.