MemoryLeak

Fighting Technical Debt: Memory Leak Detection in Production

Thanks to our friends from Prep Sportswear who let me share their memory leak detection story with you. It is a story about “fighting technical debt” in software that matured over the years with initial developer’s no longer on board to ... More >

jira

When Old JIRA Tickets killed our Productivity/User Experience

Hello! My name is Eric Proegler, and I’m privileged to provide a guest blog post. I am a performance tester by background, but I’ve been learning more about Dynatrace recently and have an experience to share. I work for Forsythe ... More >

fathersday

eCommerce Performance Insights from Father’s Day 2015

For Fathers Day 2015 we thought we’d mix things up and do some different retail comparisons.  Digital Migrants (traditional companies migrating to provide products and services through digital channels) and Digital Natives (newer companies ... More >

Tibco

Tibco Business Events Entity Cache Performance Trap

Thanks again for another great story from A. Alam - a performance engineer working for Infosys Ltd. who conducts large scale load tests for a very large enterprise. Mr. Alam and team shared this story from a JMeter load test they ran in ... More >

BlessedRamadan

Top Web Performance Hotspots for #BlessedRamadan eCommerce

Over the past few years the majority of the WPO (Web Performance Optimization) experts I know have focused their attention almost exclusively on the US & European markets – so have we. However this year we’ve been asked to look further ... More >

TC-NPM-Collab

Transaction-Centric NPM: Enabling IT/Business Collaboration

IT Operations and Digital Disruption One of the consequences of digital disruption is that IT is propelled much closer to users, who expect applications and services to be available and to perform well anytime, anywhere, on any device. ... More >

PHP-drupal-pitfalls

Common Architectural Pitfalls in PHP/Drupal Applications Identified in 15 Minutes

As a services architect I have visited a plethora of customers & mature IT shops from around the world. The following story is from one of my latest engagements at a prominent Belgian company that hosts various newspapers using an ... More >

ArtofDevOps4

The Art of DevOps Part IV – The Operational Battlegrounds

In this 4 part blog series, I am exposing DevOps best practices using a metaphor inspired by the famous 6th century Chinese manuscript: “The Art of War”. It is worth reminding that Sun Tzu, just like me, considered war as a necessary evil, ... More >