Modern Applications Require Modern APM Solutions

Application performance management (APM) was first introduced in the mid ’90s as a means to address complex Java applications built to J2EE application servers. Then in the early part of the 2000s, APM evolved to address the newly invented n-tier application and the resulting distributed application architecture. Now the application architecture is shifting again to an even more distributed approach oriented around microservices running in containers.

This paper will explore how today’s applications need to be monitored based on business needs and challenges driven by increased complexity, including:

  • Digital Transformation
  • Evolution of the technology stack
  • Multi-cloud architectures and platforms
  • Dynamic nature of the stack

 Software Development

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