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Digital Performance Innovation: A Note from the Front

Some evolutionary changes are actually revolutions. This is the case for DC RUM’s new Universal Decode. It is not simply a new option for decoding a packet stream, part of a set of new features, but a real innovation! My client, a ... More >

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What 2016 Presidential Candidates Can Learn about Site Performance from Online Retailers

Update: February 29th, 2016 10:00pm, Super Tuesday (eve) Super Tuesday is upon us and all eyes are glued to Election 2016 coverage.  Tomorrow several states hold their primaries and caucuses in what can be a make or break situation for ... More >

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Default Garbage Collection settings for JVMs can cost you!

If you are following this blog you will have come across multiple posts that point out the correlation between Garbage Collection (GC) and Java Performance. Moreover, there are numerous guides on How Garbage Collection Works or Configure ... More >

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Dynatrace in a Microservices World with Ansible, Bamboo & Docker

Although containerizing applications is not a new concept, it was recently rejuvenated by Docker and has taken the IT world by storm. In this post we present a way Docker containers were used in conjunction with Ansible to automate and ... More >

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IT’s Little Secret: Too little End-User Experience (EUE) data use

Many of us are grappling with the modern demands of digital business; developing new mobile apps, evaluating security in the face of IoT, moving to hybrid clouds, testing approaches to defining networks through software. It’s all part of ... More >

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How to Automate Enterprise Application Monitoring with Chef

In a previous article, I demonstrated how to effectively and efficiently install the Dynatrace Application Monitoring solution using Ansible. In this post, I am going to explain how to achieve the same results using Chef with our official ... More >

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How to track down CPU issues in Node.js

A running application is represented through some state stored in memory and calculations carried out by the CPU. Typically performance problems materialize in these two areas. In my last post I’ve explained garbage collection and how to ... More >

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Upgrade to IBM Commerce 8 with Confidence

On November 30th 2015 IBM released IBM Commerce v8.o.  It’s been six years since IBM released a major version of IBM Commerce.  While there have been many feature and fix packs released over the last 6 years, the idea of deploying a new ... More >