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

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Andreas Grabner's articles

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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

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Building Your Digital Future – Conference Highlights from PERFORM 2015

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Content Debt: Underestimated User Experience & SEO Impact

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Software Test Professionals – Conference Highlights from STPCon 2015

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Born to Test – Conference Highlights from StarWest 2015

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Monolith to MicroServices: Key Architectural Metrics to Watch

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Stop Technical Debt: 3 Use Cases – NHibernate, Microservices and Frameworks

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Fighting Technical Debt: Memory Leak Detection in Production

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Tibco Business Events Entity Cache Performance Trap

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Top Web Performance Hotspots for #BlessedRamadan eCommerce

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The 5 most common SharePoint Performance Insights you can take action on now

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Velocity 2015 – Highlights from Last Day

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Velocity 2015 – Conference Highlights

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Java Performance Impact by Dynamic Class Loading

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Functional Test (R)Evolution

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Identify Bad Service Oriented Architectures Through Metrics

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5 Can’t Miss Web Performance Optimization Basics

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Best Practices Every SharePoint Manager Needs to Know

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5 Tips to Improve SharePoint Web Part Performance

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How to Analyze Problems in Multi-Threaded Applications

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5 SharePoint Deployment Performance Health Checks: Beyond Making Sure Its Running

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How to Performance Monitor All Your Applications on a Single Dashboard

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SharePoint System Performance Check beyond CPU and Memory