In the third part of this series I discussed preparing to launch a mobile
application with load testing and beta testing and highlighted the
differences between the iOS and Android ecosystems. In this post I will dive
into monitoring your production mobile application. Production consideration:
Crash and Error Reporting Crash and error reporting is a […]
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Every man and his dog knows that Garbage Collection (GC) is a “stop the
world” event. Java memory becomes filled with redundant objects/data which
over time must be collected so that memory can be reclaimed and reused by the
JVM. When the GC thread in the JVM kicks in all other threads grind to a
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PHP 5.2 was released in 2006. If you are still running PHP 5.2, it is time to
join 2013 and upgrade to at least PHP 5.4 if not to the currently stable PHP
5.5.6. There are many reasons to upgrade your PHP stack to the latest and
greatest — not only does every release include […]
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Jean-Pierre (JP) Garbani of the analyst firm Forrester recently wrote a
research paper titled “Technology Spotlight: Automate Application
Performance Management - Automate Your Incident Management Process With Run
Book Automation“. In this paper JP discusses the fact that IT must embrace
automation if they are to be successful moving forward. He goes on to
describe Run Book […]
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Today the AppDynamics team made our way to Raleigh, North Carolina for All
Things Open. If you aren’t familiar with All Things Open dedicated to open
source in the enterprise. It was a great event and a chance to interact with
some of the brightest people in technology. AppDynamics was in full force at
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The APM Blog.