Don’t let “slow” take your business down.

Learn how our approach to application performance monitoring tools can keep you ahead of issues affecting your users—and your business.

Your business runs on applications, and when their performance suffers, so do you. Can you afford to let poor user experience affect your success?

At SolarWinds, our mission is to make IT look easy.

Organizations like yours depend on applications—whether packaged or custom and whether deployed on-premises, in the public cloud, or via software-as-a-service (SaaS) models—to support everything from productivity to communications and your business transactions. These applications span a mix of monolithic, n-tier, and services/microservices-based designs, and they—and the environments they depend upon—are constantly changing.

When you can’t quickly detect, identify, and resolve app slowdowns or outages, your organization can lose user confidence and trust, see diminished productivity, and even lose revenue. Think about it: when you last experienced an app issue, did you alert the company? Or did you just give up… and move on to their competitor?

Understanding how your applications—and for custom applications, their code—are performing is critical to not only speed problem resolution; it’s mandatory to ensure delivery of acceptably performing applications. But apps are only part of the story. Application performance monitoring (APM) providing visibility into the supporting infrastructure is just as critical. Seeing all the relevant information in one place helps you deliver an excellent user experience and resolve problems before users even knew they happened.

How we make APM look easy:

How Ops Teams Can Leverage APM to Meet Modern Requirements

How Ops Teams Can Leverage APM to Meet Modern Requirements

Many components of cloud and SaaS technology are incredibly useful, but the hairball of hybrid IT is anything but. And the crosshairs of complexity are firmly centered in one place: applications. That’s a real problem because applications have become the backbone of businesses and their success is an organizations’ success. Learn how to wrangle invisible services and underlying infrastructure back into view, where application performance management (APM) is and isn’t useful, and how to improve cross and multi-team communication to keep your users happy.

It’s All About Your End Users

It’s All About Your End Users

A delay beyond two seconds is when end customers start getting frustrated, according to the 2018 Gartner Inc. report “Top 10 Technology Trends Impacting IT Operations". Evaluating end user experience from both inside the organization and outside the firewall is not just a DevOps practice; it makes sense. Using a mix of synthetic transactions and real user monitoring (RUM) provides a clearer picture of what end users are experiencing, and helps identify when web services need your urgent attention.

Gain Deep Performance Insights Into Your Custom Applications

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Gain Deep Performance Insights Into Your Custom Applications

Your custom applications span many languages, architectures, and cloud platforms. To really understand if they’re executing against business requirements, you have to trace transactions, profile code, and track exceptions, and understand related log entries. Only by bringing all these dimensions together in shared, customizable dashboards can you assure your custom application is meeting business needs. Join SolarWinds VP of Products Jim Hansen, Software Consultant Bradley Sisson, and Head Geek™ Patrick Hubbard as they discuss how to “get your boss application dashboards” using SolarWinds APM tools.

Monitor the Health of Your Commercial and SaaS Applications

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Monitor the Health of Your Commercial and SaaS Applications

Chances are you have a mix of traditional and SaaS-delivered commercial applications critical to your business. It’s important to monitor the heath and performance of those applications, whether deployed on-premises or in the public cloud, and see dependencies across the entire IT stack, including other applications, servers, storage arrays, and the network. Join SolarWinds Engineer Matt Quick in how he uses SolarWinds to correlate performance metrics from over 1,200 commercial hardware vendors, operating systems, and applications into a single dashboard, helping you quickly identify the root cause of performance anomalies.

Don’t Forget the Database!

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Don’t Forget the Database!

Most of today’s commercial and custom applications depend on a database, and when the database isn’t performing well, application performance can suffer. Our products help provide deep visibility into the performance of all your on-premises, virtualized, and AWS- and Azure-PaaS databases, and deliver advice for database performance optimization and tuning. Join SolarWinds Distinguished Engineer Karlo Zatylny, Microsoft Senior Cloud Advocate Anthony Bartolo, and Head Geek Thomas LaRock as they discuss using machine learning to detect database performance anomalies, among other use cases.

 
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