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Application performance management is getting more complicated. The same goes for enterprise applications. When just a single dissatisfied -- and vocal -- customer can dictate the rise and fall of an organization, it's high time that today's product managers ensure the performance of their mobile apps, application programming interfaces and Software as a Service. Solving performance issues, while a necessary and fruitful part of today's Web market, can also leave AppDev teams vulnerable to increased demands.
If managers are realistic, they'll be quick to acknowledge that manual monitoring of an enterprise application production environment is no longer feasible. To that end, this three-part guide aims to answer the questions facing many product managers today. Specifically, we look at the steps that many managers should take first: load testing and performance monitoring. Readers will also get an in-depth look at the necessity of finding the right metrics, the importance of automation and the sorting and prioritizing of performance issues. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Solving the problem with troubleshooting
- Think about what to test, not how
- With performance issues, it's rarely life or death
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