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Category: Monitoring

The frustration of slow applications

Performance is not just a part of developmentā€”it’s also a component of design. That’s because the user experience and the usability of features both depend so much on response times. […]

Getting started with SaaS based Monitoring

What is SaaS SaaS is an abbreviation of Software-as-a-service. It is a software distribution model, wherein the software providers host applications and makes them available over the internet to the […]

Performance Test VS Monitoring

With the rise of mobile devices user experience has become more critical than ever before. We have the internet in our pocket, browse through our favorite sites multiple times a […]

Uncover the True Cause of Performance Incidents

We build beautiful applications, but they break in unpredictable ways. Uncovering the real cause of such deficiencies can be time-consuming and often results in one-way roads. Disasters such as the […]

Full Stack Monitoring @ Fin Tech

Regulatory agencies such as MAS or FINMA closely monitor how financial institutions build, test and operate their business-critical services. Within one hour after a critical service crashed the agencies have […]

Monitoring Oxymoron

In one of my recent performance engineering projects I had to deal with a strange monitoring Oxymoron. The issue resulted in a crash of this business application. My lesson learned […]

Performance Engineering Recommended Reading

There are many useful blogs which provide good insights about best practices in our performance engineering, testing and optimization space. Feel free to use my collection of recommended readings for […]

Analysis of out-of-memory Errors

Recently I was called to investigate an out of memory error in a customer relationship management suite. This java based CRM application was hosted on a virtual linux server and […]