Andreas Grabner

Andreas Grabner has 20+ years of experience as a software developer, tester and architect and is an advocate for high-performing cloud scale applications. He is a regular contributor to the DevOps community, a frequent speaker at technology conferences and regularly publishes articles on blog.dynatrace.com. You can follow him on Twitter: @grabnerandi

Andreas Grabner's articles

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Analyzing DNS Outage Impact on 3rd party Applications

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Get Ready for DevOps: Remove Code & Architectural Bottlenecks

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Bad Microservice patterns in .NET

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Scaling Continuous Delivery: Shift-Left Performance to Improve Lead Time & Pipeline Flow

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Continuous Innovation with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.5

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Automated Optimization with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM

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Measure More Frequent Successful Software Releases

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Automatic Problem Detection with Dynatrace

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Meeting Minutes from Velocity 2016

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Diagnosing Common Bad Micro Service Call Patterns

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Analyzing JMeter Application Performance Results

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Tomcat Performance Problems Part 3: Exceptions, Pools, Queues, Threads & Memory Leaks

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Addressing PHP mysql_connect Performance Problem

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Top Tomcat Performance Problems Part 2: Bad Coding, Inefficient Logging & Exceptions

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Build, optimize, test, operate highly-scalable applications with Dynatrace

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Top Tomcat Performance Problems: Database, Micro-Services and Frameworks

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Diagnosing Common Database Performance Hotspots in our Java Code

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Full Stack Diagnostics – Full Mac Support – Dynatrace Personal 2016!

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Production: Performance where it REALLY matters!

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EnterpriseJS Boston Summit Highlights

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Manage the Cost of a Feature through Performance and Resource Budgets

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Shift-Left Quality with Dynatrace Personal License

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Java South Africa – 2015 Conference Highlights

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20 Years of JavaOne: Highlights from a Developer Point of View