"AppOps": The New Frontier in APM

A variety of technical and economic trends have rendered the first generation APM approach inadequate in addressing the reality of how applications are built and deployed today. Today’s applications are built using a variety of tools including Java, Ruby, .NET and PHP and are deployed in scaled out open source server farms internal to the enterprise, and across public and private clouds. Additionally, the demands for new application functionality and enhancements to existing functionality have led to development and support methodologies like Agile Development and DevOps that create rapid changes to application systems in production.

Publisher:New Relic Published:01/06/2012 Type:
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