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So, what does a standardized approach to performance engineering look like? Where does an enterprise start? What should it consider?
Here are seven considerations to a successful implementation.
Application development and release cycles are today measured in days, instead of months. Configuration options of the tech stack continue to increase in scope and complexity, with dependencies that have become unpredictable. Without automation, Performance engineers and developers can no longer ensure that applications perform as planned, and costs are minimized.
Application Performance Monitoring (APM) in its simplest terms is what practitioners use to ensure consistent availability, performance, and response times to applications. Websites, mobile apps, and business applications are typical use cases for monitoring. However, with today’s highly connected digital world, monitoring use cases expand to the services, processes, hosts, logs, networks, and of course, end-users that access these applications – including your customers and employees.
Want to know more ?
Key-Performance both partners Akamas and Neoload are organizing a webinar about AI-driven optimization of your tech stack.
We are happy to invite you to it and to have a chat about it after the meeting.
It’s no secret that evaluating the cost of software isn’t an easy task. The decision requires that you consider way more than licensing fees. Let’s take a look at what you need to have in mind when choosing the right performance testing software for your business.
The most significant value associated with performance testing platforms is failing faster. Less time focused on test creation and maintenance, can be redirected toward bottleneck identification, root cause understanding, and issue reconciliation. The result? Faster time to market and application reliability.
Here we will explain you how to use them.
Change is never easy, but a necessity as legacy software can’t keep up with the current needs or demand. Case in point is what we are seeing with solutions like HP/Micro Focus SiteScope, though a great product for years, it has had issues along with very limited new development as the solution exchanged hands from HP to Micro Focus. In today’s fast-paced, always-on, and available environments, having the right performance monitoring solution for mission-critical applications requires more. That’s why at Apica, they are constantly improving their platform to keep up with this growing demand for all our customers.
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Traditional web performance metrics focus primarily on load times and resource sizes. These attributes typically aren’t, however, the best indicators of user experience.
Resources that don’t have an impact on user experience can result in delays of the load event and other W3C navigation timing metrics that skew your analysis.
The difference between the Visually complete and the Speed Index is not always well understood.
Here we will explain you the difference and how to use them.
Accedian today has a track record of supporting over 70 hospitals in Europe in helping them maintain a seamless IT environment for their critical applications and identifying root cause for any degradations or performance problems, allowing them to focus on what is most important—patient care.