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When Configuration Settings from Development Wreak Havoc in Production By Asad Ali As applications are promoted from the development environment to the CI or the QA environment and then into the production environment, it is very common for the configuration settings to be changed as the code is promoted. For example, the settings for the database connection pools are typically lower in development environment than the QA/Load Testing environment. The primary reason for the existence of the configuration setting differences is to enhance application performance. However, occasionally there are instances where the application code is mistakenly promoted into production without changing these settings. In such cases, such promotion of code can cause performance havoc in the production environment. This blog describes one such scenario. During their proof of concept, a... (more)

Sitecore Performance Tips: What’s Geography Got to Do with It?

It’s not very often that data aligns perfectly to illustrate a topic. Typically, there are very clear trends among the outlying data points that clearly support the topic in question, but it’s rarely absolute. So, while researching Sitecore performance topics this week, I spotted data points that almost perfectly align to support the premise of […] The post Sitecore Performance Tips: What’s Geography Got to Do with It? appeared first on about:performance. ... (more)

Digital Performance Management: From Alarm to Resolution | @DevOpsSummit #APM #Agile #DevOps

Digital Performance Management: From Alarm to Resolution By  Nicolas Vailliet Application performance problems can be quite challenging to resolve and even more difficult to predict. In my role as Dynatrace Guardian Consultant - leading the implementation of APM best practices with our customers - I've experienced quite a few "head-scratcher" situations. In this blog, I'll relate a recent problem that had most of the IT department scrambling early one Monday morning. In the Guardian's shoes My customer is a global financial services company, providing hundreds of online services ... (more)

Continuous Innovation with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.5

Customer-centric innovation, more frequent deployments, the adoption of new stack and PaaS (Platform as a Service), as well as breaking up the monolith into micro-services, are several of the trends we can’t escape when following the hot topics at conferences or when talking with enterprise Innovation and Transformation Teams. What you typically don’t hear are the […] The post Continuous Innovation with Dynatrace AppMon & UEM 6.5 appeared first on about:performance. ... (more)

Proving Availability and Performance in a Citrix Environment

In my role as a Dynatrace Consultant I’ve had the opportunity to visit customers repeatedly over extended periods of time. This has allowed me to contribute to different approaches to solving problems, and to observe how well the solutions fit the unique needs of each customer. It helps if you’ve seen certain use cases before; […] The post Proving Availability and Performance in a Citrix Environment appeared first on about:performance. ... (more)