Real-time visibility into the customer journey and business-critical applications deliver significant strategic value. You need insight into your internal and external customers and their behaviors, as well as the health of your business-critical applications. That’s why application performance management (APM) is a critical element of any digital business strategy.
Although APM is naturally centered on technology and data, the most effective APM practices are adding concepts from design thinking and agile development to keep the focus on your customers’ and end users’ experiences. When you apply these five best practices for your digital enterprise’s APM strategy, you can keep pace with the digital revolution and ensure that you have flexible, scalable systems that drive meaningful change and deliver new insights to the business.
Trianz and AppDynamics are combining their industry-leading consulting services and application performance solutions. Their unique expertise and technology will help you prepare your organization for emerging technologies and better support the apps, systems and platforms already in place.
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