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How DevOps Benefits from Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

Editor’s note: This post was originally written for the eG Innovations blog. You can check out the original here.


Competition is a funny thing. To gain or keep an edge against your competitors, you may need to push the envelope to use newer technologies and processes. But done wrong, that very technology or process could lead to your ruin.

This is where we are with DevOps. The methodology that became popular in the mid-to-late 2000s is embraced by many companies . Done the right way, it will help your organization challenge its competition to keep up with customer and user demands. But done incorrectly, it could lead to more challenges, leading to degraded user experience and product performance. To mitigate these challenges, your organization needs to include application performance monitoring (APM) as part of its DevOps implementation.

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The Evolving Needs of Application Performance Monitoring

Editor’s note: This post was originally written for the eG Innovations blog. You can check out the original here.


“Change is the only constant in life.”

This is a quote often attributed to the Greek philosopher, Heraclitus. In the world of application performance monitoring, you know this to be true. Things are always changing. New technologies force you to come up with new ways and processes for doing things. And new challenges force you to develop new methods of solving old problems.

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