In today's business world, user expectations for application performance are incredibly high. This comes at a time, when, from a developer's standpoint, challenges are constantly growing.
In particular, developing business applications today is more complex than when a single application ran on dedicated hardware with its traffic running over a corporate backbone network. Now, applications typically are comprised of multiple components, each running on different systems (virtualized, distributed, hybrid, and cloud) all interconnected using a variety of company-owned, public Internet-based, or even cellular networks.
To build such modern applications, developers could use some help. That is where application performance management (APM) solutions come in. Read this whitepaper to learn 10 ways developers can use APM to improve the quality and performance of their software.