1. Application Performance Management

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  2. About Application Performance Management

    Application Performance Management, or APM, refers to the discipline within systems management that focuses on monitoring and managing the performance and service availability of software applications.

    APM can be defined as process and use of related IT tools to detect, diagnose, remedy and report on application’s performance and performance issues to ensure that the application’s performance meets or exceeds end-users’ and businesses’ expectations.

    Application performance relates to how fast transactions are completed on behalf of, or information is delivered to the end user by the application via a particular network, application and/or Web services infrastructure.
    The standard method to collect application performance data from the application for analysis is through use of Byte Code Implementation. (Also see byte code). Currently available commercial APM solutions that use this technology to collect performance data are dynaTrace Diagnostics, JenniferSoft's Jennifer, Wily, and i3.

    The use of application performance management is common for web services loaded on J2EE platform. J2EE is preferred in building web service because of its flexibility in interfacing and communicating with foreign systems. Also, web service applications are frequently used for servicing online customers and end-users in financial, retail, government, Logistics and other sectors, usually as a form of websites and services provided within them. The application performance data directly correlate to the satisfaction level of customers’ and end-users’ experience using the web service.

  3. Quotes about Application Performance Management

    1. Desktop-based end user experience management is one of today's hottest application performance management topics, and justifiably so.
      Julie Craig in Enterprise Management Associates and Aternity Industry Experts to Present a 45-minute Webinar on How to Close the Vdi ...
    2. Email application performance management and the ability for us to understand which technologies are impacting the quality of our end users' experience, such as Outlook plug-ins or different desktop configurations, is a top IT challenge for us.
      John Green in Baker Donelson Selects Aternity® for End User Experience Management
    3. Together, Compuware and Gomez provide the industry's only unified Application Performance Management solution, spanning the Enterprise and Internet.
      Bob Paul in Compuware Acquires Gomez for $295M