Truth in IT Ops: Application Performance Management: From Monolithic to Microservices | Truth in IT: Enterprise Tech via Video

    From monolithic to microservices, today’s applications are built with many languages, frameworks, serverless functions, data stores and more…all running in the cloud or in your data center. To stay competitive, developers are deploying code faster ...

 ,  , from, monolithic, to, microservices, today’s, applications, are, built, with, many, languages, frameworks, serverless, functions, data, stores, and, more…all, running, in, the, cloud, or, in, your, data, center, to, stay, competitive, developers, are, deploying, code, faster

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Truth in IT Ops: Application Performance Management: From Monolithic to Microservices

Published by: Ekovox
08/12/2021 13:00:00 - 08/12/2021 14:00:00 - Upcoming
 
 
 

From monolithic to microservices, today’s applications are built with many languages, frameworks, serverless functions, data stores and moreall running in the cloud or in your data center. To stay competitive, developers are deploying code faster and more frequently which only further compounds the complexity. This complexity, while necessary, can make it difficult to understand what's happening when problems do arise. Today you need end-to-end visibility into application performance and code efficiency, from browsers or mobile apps all the way down to individual database queries.

In this webcast we’ll explore next gen real time application monitoring and visibility solutions that locate bottlenecks or errors across applications and infrastructure so you can get more context around performance issues, deliver the best digital experience for your customers and ultimately understand the impact of your latest deployment anyhow it reduces infrastructure costs.

In this webcast we’ll touch on:

     ~ How tools can help bridge the knowledge gap in DevOps between the infrastructure and application layers

     ~ How to view what is happening at the application vs. the infrastructure layer

     ~ How to potentially reduce the number of tools you’re currently using

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