about:performance is changing…

As part of our continued efforts to be the industry-leading source of news, discussion and information about Application Performance Management, we’re making a few changes to the about:performance blog.

Compuware’s Gomez and Dynatrace product lines are now fully integrated, and it’s time for us to combine our blogs as well. That’s why at the end of November we’ll be updating and rebranding about:performance, to include topics and content that are relevant right across the whole range of Compuware APM’s offering.

Don’t worry: none of the topics or articles you’ve got used to reading over the past few years are going to disappear!

Instead, we’re going to broaden the scope of the blog to include more posts about Network Performance Management (NPM) convergence, user experience, and the business impact of APM.

To whet your appetite, here are a few examples of the type of post that will start appearing on about:performance shortly:

Throughput and Concurrency: Reducing Load Testing Time and Costs

In the first post of a two-part series about load testing, Stefan Karytko explores how to properly use throughput and concurrency tests to speed up your load testing process – and make it cheaper too. Continue Reading >>>

Why Application-Centric APM is Incomplete

Matt Zanderigo shows how lack of insight into network performance can result in user experience taking a hit because of overlong or inaccurate Fault Domain Isolation. Continue Reading >>>

The Ripple Effect of Facebook’s Outage

When Facebook sneezes, the web catches a cold. Steve Tack analyses Facebook’s partial outage in mid-2012, and offers advice on how you can manage 3rd parties who produce commonly-used web page components – so you can prevent your business being impacted. Continue Reading >>>

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