Adoption of the microservice approach to software development and deployment is rapidly growing. This ever-evolving method has improved efficiency, flexibility, and scalability of building and deploying applications. With that said, there is no shortage of technical complexities involved in implementing microservices. Most of these stem from not taking crucial design decisions fundamental to containerization, such as minimalism, into account while doing so.
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Last week, AppDynamics was recognized by Pivotal Software at the SpringOne Platform Conference for our strong commitment to the Pivotal ecosystem and its customers. This is the first year that Pivotal has recognized specific members of its partner community for their excellence in building and delivering solutions to their customers.
Kubernetes and OpenShift are powerful and flexible. They’re also complex to set up, monitor and maintain at scale. Check out @Sasha.Jeltuhin's latest engineering blog for a look into what we monitor in OpenShift, as well as some advice on how our strategy might benefit your own environments >> Monitoring Kubernetes and OpenShift with AppDynamics
AppDynamics Business iQ customer Carhartt was honored as a 2018 CIO 100 Award Winner by CIO.com, an incredible and well-deserved honor! Founded in 1889, Carhartt has transformed from a small company into a global brand with a vibrant digital platform and is using AppDynamics to better understand and maintain the health of their business across the entire customer journey. The CIO 100 Award program recognizes them for their operational and strategic excellence in the information technology world.
Read an interview with John Hill, Carhartt's CIO, and AppDynamics' Prathap Dendi:
April 1, 2018 marked AppDynamics' 10-year anniversary! Over the past 10 years, we have grown to an organization of almost 2,000 employees who are dedicated to helping customers transform the way they work by providing visibility into their application performance, user experience, and business performance. We are excited for the many years ahead of us!
Learn about how belief in our product, employees, and customers fueled AppDynamics' journey over the past 10 years from Dan Wright, our Chief Operating Officer: