APM

Why we need ‘no code’ or ‘low code’ development tools
Low or no-code development equips non-developers to take up software creation, freeing up the already overburdened IT resources and allowing organisations to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand for these applications, writes Stephen McNulty of Progress Software.
Fluke Network eyes double-digit growth in Asia
Fluke Networks, which specialises in network performance monitoring and diagnostics solutions, expects its business in Asia to grow by double-digit percentages, fuelled by the growing demand for cloud services.
Tech refresh no guarantee of performance improvement: Dynatrace
Enterprises can experience double-digit savings on their IT operational and capital expenditure (opex and capex) if they spend some time understanding the root cause of any application performance issue, according to Dynatrace.
Malaysian PM’s Office outdoes Singaporean counterparts … in website speed at least
Dynatrace (formerly Compuware APM), which specialises in user-centric application performance management (APM), has unveiled the Malaysian Government Performance Benchmark Data, which reveals that the Malaysian Prime Minister's Office (PMO) portal responded the fastest when compared to other government portals in Singapore and Malaysia.
IDA recruits Dynatrace to help monitor CSP Registry
Application performance management (APM) specialist Dynatrace (formerly Compuware APM) said it has signed a three-year partnership with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).
Rising cost of cloud is bleeding businesses dry
The integration of public, hybrid and private clouds makes managing and monitoring the IT environment more challenging. Add outsourcing to the mix and it becomes clear that there is a need to monitor these information exchange points more closely, writes Shabbir Baliwala of Compuware.
IT management today is more complex, CA hopes to simplify it
The enterprise IT world today is more applications-centric, with new layers of complexity and new headaches for the IT department. CA Technologies hopes to simplify all this with its APM suite and related management products.
IBM out to bridge gap between business and IT
There is a collaborative gap between the IT and business sides of many organizations, as well as a gap between the rising relevance of IT to business innovation and the funds available to invest in it -- IBM's Rational unit hopes address both these gaps by expanding the DevOps movement to encompass the entire organization.  
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