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Application performance monitoring for cloud

Don’t Let the Cloud Block Your Visibility Into SaaS Performance
September 25, 2017 by

Performance Monitoring

So you’ve transitioned your company to SaaS. What a relief. No more license tracking, no more deploying patches and updates and helping users who have problems with an application. The SaaS vendor will handle all your problems, right? Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. The vendor is supporting dozens, hundreds or thousands of clients, and chances
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Synthetic scripting for humans

Synthetic Monitoring, Using Scripting That’s Built for Humans
September 11, 2017 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Scripting a web browser to imitate a human (otherwise known as automated synthetic web transactions) is awesome. Seriously—it’s an amazingly flexible and useful tool. Web developers can script against an application for testing purposes. For those figuring out how to scale a web application, you can use scripts to bring massive amounts of load to
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Streaming Impacts of Rio 2016 on Enterprise Business
August 11, 2016 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology

4 Steps to Networking (and Productivity) Gold The Olympics in Rio are in full swing which means the world’s best athletes competing in nail-biting competitions… what’s not to love? For most corporate IT Ops teams it introduces new challenges at work… like your colleagues following their favorite athletes by streaming their favorite events to their
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The Fast and the Slow of it: Super Bowl 50 Advertisers
February 10, 2016 by

Industry Insights

For us at AppNeta, Super Bowl 50* carried few emotions. Sure, we wanted to see Peyton sacked a few more times in his career or watch an awkward spiral fly into blue and black gloves, but overall the collective heart rate of New England wasn’t anywhere near what it was last year (in case you
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