Michael Lundstrom

Mike Lundström is an EMEA Delivery Architect at Dynatrace. He has more than 15 years of experience working in the software industry as a technical support analyst, QA consultant, performance consultant, developer and architect. For the past 7 years Mike has helped over 100 companies with their applications. One of Mike’s specialties is finding a solution in situations that are not part of the out of the box functionalities. With his development background and mindset he is able to go one additional step in providing the easiest path to improve the performance, availability and throughput and he has done so with a very diverse set of applications.

Michael Lundstrom's articles

Inside the Black Box Part 4 – Perl

The fourth and, for now, final topic of the black box series brings us to Perl. For people interested in the first part, generated code, please click here, for the second part, Python, please click here and for the third part, VBScript, please click here. Perl was the first of the ADK wrappers created for the series, but due to time constraints I didn’t manage to clean it up for distribution … read more

Inside the Black Box Part 3 — VBScript

The third topic of the “black box” series brings us to VBScript. For people interested in the first part, Generated Code, please click here. For the second part, Python, please click here. The first question which came to my mind when someone wanted to instrument VBScript was “Why would someone want to instrument a script?”. The answer to that question is that VBScript is not only something used to script … read more

Inside the Black Box Part 2 – Python

This is the second topic of the “Black Box” series, bringing us to Python. For people interested in part one — Generated Code — please click here. In this post I’ll go through how to take a simple Python script and instrument it using the AppMon Native ADK. I will also shed some light on the most common pitfall when instrumenting Python scripts and how you might be able to … read more

Inside the black box – Generated code

With the requirement to deliver new software releases faster, and more frequently, many companies choose to automate some, or all, of the code development. Developers can create flows in an integrated development environment (IDE) such as JDeveloper, Eclipse or another tool without seeing a single line of code. Once the process is defined in the flow view the IDE creates one or more files which is read in by the … read more