Michael Kopp

Those who know me know that I'm passionate about 3 things: rock climbing, physics, and performance. I've worked in performance monitoring and optimizations in enterprise environments for the better part of the last 10 years. Now as a Product Manager I am doing my best to build those experiences into Dynatrace.

Michael Kopp's articles

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Dynatrace adds Cassandra monitoring via Thrift

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Full granular visibility into RMI Calls

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Introducing MongoDB support for Java

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Root cause detection for 404 broken-link errors

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New and improved process pages

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There’s a new kid in town: Node.js monitoring

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See Web request services within all processes!

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Deep Insight and Collaboration in the Cloud: A Customer Story

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Top Performance Problems discussed at the Hadoop and Cassandra Summits

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Eating our own dog food – 2x faster Hadoop MapReduce Jobs

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So What? – Monitoring Hadoop beyond Ganglia

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Speeding up a Pig+HBase MapReduce job by a factor of 15

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How I Identified a MongoDB Performance Anti Pattern in 5 Minutes

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Why wait for the disaster to happen?

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Why Averages Suck and Percentiles are Great

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Cloud Expo and QCon next week in San Francisco

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NoSQL or Traditional Database: From an APM Perspective There Isn't Really Much Difference

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Is Application Performance a Big Data Roadblock? What Early Adopters Are Learning

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Lessons learned from real world BigData implementations

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Cloud Expo in NYC coming soon

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Cloud Connect Santa Clara 2012

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About the Performance of Map Reduce Jobs

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How to manage the performance of 1000+ JVMs

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The Top Java Memory Problems – Part 2