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5 Predictions for APM in 2019

As 2018 draws to a close, experts are looking to 2019 and predicting the trends we are likely to see in Application Performance Management. As part of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for December 2018, we are proud to have our finger on the pulse of the industry, future-focused and aligned with customer needs. With that in mind, here are our 5 predictions for APM in 2019.

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Data Analytics Is Essential for Application Performance Management

Data Analytics Is Essential. Organizations of all sizes constantly fight against undetected bugs, slow-loading pages, abandoned shopping carts, poor customer experiences, and the inevitable dip in revenue. In today’s dynamic and globally connected IT environments, APM software with full transaction-tracing is absolutely vital.

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Why Monitor Oracle Forms?

Monitoring how applications are performing is essential for business success. While applications used to be standalone or server-side, business processes are now far more complex, and include client-server applications, cloud-hosted applications, and a number of hybrid elements, too. Application Performance Management tools give you the granular detail you need across your entire technology stack to see where problems are coming from, and keep your business running smoothly.

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Correlsense Recognized as a Key Innovator in AIOps Platform Market

MarketsandMarkets recently released a report on the AIOps platform market, which predicts that the total size of the AIOps platform market will be a USD 11.02 billion by 2023. In their research, they discovered that the major players in this space have leveraged partnerships, integrations and collaboration to deliver strong AIOps platform and its associated services in this growing market.

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A Checklist for Monitoring Your Citrix Azure Apps

Citrix allows you to manage and deploy remote desktops and applications. This includes hybrid implementations across both on-premise and Azure. While giving IT administrators a complete end to end view and simpler implementations, it also offers a full range of sessions, desktops, and applications to users in a simple and holistic experience.

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Ecommerce optimization: Get your website ready for this Easter Shopping Season

While you might not think of Easter as a traditionally heavy time for retail, experts predict that “online transactions increase by an average of +17% over the three Easter trading days, with the greatest increase of +20% forecast for Easter Monday.” Unlike the Christmas holidays, this year Easter falls right around most people’s pay day, and doesn’t involve as much spending in the run up to the holiday, leaving many people feeling flush during their time off work.

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How to handle the End-User Experience when implementing an APM solution

In the past, End-User Monitoring has been dealt with by service desks or IT departments alone, or made the secondary focus for reporting and analytics. More recently, the importance of the user experience for APM has risen to the top. Gartner describe End User Monitoring as “The capture of data about how end-to-end latency, execution correctness and quality appear to the real user of the application.”

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5 Application and Business Performance Issues You Shouldn’t Overlook

When it comes to business performance monitoring, we know that users can often feel overwhelmed by the amount of data that’s coming in. We’ve identified five key issues which you should make sure you’re on top of when scrutinizing your real time performance monitoring, all of which you should never overlook. Read on- these factors could already be negatively impacting your business.

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Nginx and MongoDB: Extending Our Support Matrix for Wider Visibility

Back in 2014, Jason Bloomberg for Forbes, commented that “the APM market is in the eye of the digital transformation hurricane.” Looking at the future of APM, he comments that from web pages to mobile apps, the processes behind how we move and communicate online are only getting more complex. Monitoring, and analytics have never been more important.

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How Can AIOps Support the Digital Transformation of my Business?

When the term AIOps first came into vogue, it stood for Algorithmic IT Operations. In just a couple of short years, the market has moved on considerably, and it’s now widely accepted to stand for Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations. The underlying core idea is similar; using big data and machine learning to enhance and even replace IT operation processes such as performance monitoring and analytics.