See how CA APM's integration with Nastel AutoPilot Insights can help eliminate blind spots.
Author: Janne Koponen, Principal Engineering Services Architect Application performance monitoring practices are evolving quickly. More data is gathered for analysis now than ever before, and as new monitoring trends appear, integrating, normalizing and analyzing the increasingly complex data in context becomes more important than ever. Not so many years ago it used to be […]
To avoid the old 'swivel chair' approach to monitoring, modern application monitoring tools need to work across technologies to present data and insights in a context meaningful for developers, testers, operators and product owners.
By connecting CA Application Performance Management (APM) with Runscope API monitoring, you can get a complete picture of your application and can easily find the root cause of why an API is slow or failing.
When I started using containers to deploy software, I did what everyone else was doing: I launched a container running Alpine Linux, logged into a Bash shell running inside the container, and said, “That was easy!” Of course, that first container experience did not do much to solve any real-world problems. It was not until […]
Containers enable a powerful DevOps approach to development. They allow developers to assemble software into easily deployable containers that perform consistently across development and production environments. Small and lightweight, containers use fewer resources than virtual hosts. They start, stop and migrate across servers quickly, and help break down monolithic applications into smaller components in […]