In our recent Blog Post we introduced the OpenAPM Initiative. Using OpenAPM you are able to design an open source Application Performance Management (APM) landscape […]

The default way to scale applications in Kubernetes (K8s) is by CPU usage. But not all problems are CPU based and scaling on other metrics […]

Automation is great! And so I want to automate everything, even during load testing. However one of the most annoying things that constantly comes up […]

Application performance management (APM) is an essential part of today’s IT landscape. Doing consulting work at our enterprise customers, we most often encounter commercial APM […]

With release 1.8 of our Application Performance Management (APM) tool inspectIT, we integrated a new feature named Automatic Problem Diagnosis. APM tools mainly provide alerting […]

In today’s application performance management (APM), dashboarding is one of the central capabilities you expect from a fully-fledged APM suite. Recent trends, such as AI […]

Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana also known as the ELK stack have been widely adapted by development and operation teams and used successfully by our customers […]

One of my customers moved their persistence from “old” relational style to modern in-memory data grid and tasked me to think on how we could […]

Version 1.7.11 of the open-source APM tool inspectIT introduced the support for remote tracing based on HTTP and JMS communication. inspectIT based the tracing functionality […]

Performing load tests on a regular basis is a vital requirement to prevent performance regressions when changing a system. However, manually building the system, deploying […]

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