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Making The Transition to Continuous Delivery




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Continuous Delivery isn’t just a technical shift, it’s also a cultural one. Although it takes hard work to make the transition, the benefits can’t be ignored. Faster time to market, better quality product, competitive advantage, higher customer satisfaction, and reduced cost of development are just a few of the leading benefits causing it to become the new norm. Accelerate your organization's transition to Continuous Delivery, and download this eBook today.

Sponsor: Rogue Wave

   

An Introduction to DevOps




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What is DevOps? If you want to find a definition of your own, your research will probably begin by asking Google, “what is DevOps”. Naturally, Wikipedia is one of the first result so that is where we will begin. The first sentence on Wikipedia defines DevOps as “a software development method that stresses communication, collaboration and integration between software developers and information technology (IT) professionals.”

That’s a fairly dense definition, but still very vague. This white paper will delve into how DevOps works and can better adjoin two traditionally opposing departments. Download now to learn more.

Sponsor: AppDynamics

   

The Ultimate DevOps Toolkit




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This e-book breaks down the various foundational components that build up the transition to DevOps within an enterprise. It also introduces the continuous life cycle that maintains the integration and collaboration needed to deliver an exceptional end user experience with your applications.

Sponsor: AppDynamics

   

How 5 Companies Maintain Optimal .NET Performance




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.NET, along with Microsoft’s ASP.NET, are among the most widely used programming languages today. Most of today’s major IT solutions include APIs with built-in .NET integrations. Microsoft, which at heart is an enterprise company, has made it easy for its customers to implement .NET-based apps onto Azure by providing simple integration between its IDE (Integrated Development Environment) Visual Studio, which is used to develop on .NET, and Azure, making it painless to deploy .NET apps onto Azure.

Microsoft’s dominance in the enterprise space, combined with its forward-looking app frameworks and cloud platform make it easy to see why offerings like .NET and Azure need modern, dynamic Application Performance Management (APM) solutions. Large enterprises need to run applications seamlessly, regardless of scale or complexity.

Read this eBook to learn how five enterprise companies maintain optimal performance in their .NET environments.

Sponsor: AppDynamics

   

When Logging Isn't Enough: A Modern Approach to Monitoring Performance in Production




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Ten years ago, the standard way to troubleshoot an application issue was to look at the logs. Users would complain about a problem, you’d go to operations and ask for a thread dump, and then you’d spend some time poring over log files looking for errors, exceptions, or anything that might indicate a problem. There are some people who still use this approach today with some success, either because their applications are very simple or because their technology is not yet supported by most monitoring tools, but for most modern applications logging is simply not enough anymore.

If you’re depending on log files to find and troubleshoot performance problems, then chances are your users are suffering – and you’re losing money for your business. In this white paper we’ll look at how and when logging is no longer enough for managing application performance.

Sponsor: AppDynamics

   


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