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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Pagination with Cassandra and what we can learn from it

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Performance of a distributed Key Value Store or why Simple is Complex

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The reason I don't monitor connection pool usage

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QCon San Francisco

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Cloud Expo Santa Clara

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NoSQL or RDBMS? – Are we asking the right questions?

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Cassandra Write Performance – A quick look inside

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Why you really do Performance Management in production.

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Surviving In The Cloud

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Goal oriented Auto Scaling in the Cloud

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Cloud Expo next week

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Why Performance Management is easier in public than onpremise clouds

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Best Practices to Optimize Performance in eCommerce Production Environments: A Customer Perspective

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Why Object Caches need to be Memory-sensitive – Guest Blog by Christopher André

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How Garbage Collection differs in the three big JVMs

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Application Performance Monitoring in production – Step by Step Guide – Measuring a distributed system

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The rise and fall of the machines – Watching out for clouds

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The Top Java Memory Problems – Part 1

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Application Performance Monitoring in production – A Step-by-Step Guide – Part 1

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Troubleshooting response time problems – why you cannot trust your system metrics

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The impact of Garbage Collection on Java performance

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German Webinar on Agile and Performance – contradiction or chance?

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Major GCs – Separating Myth from Reality