Application Performance Management

Traditional Performance Management Is Not Enough

The realities of the modern IT landscape are daunting. Your business-critical applications are multi-platform, multi-tier, and span physical, virtual and hybrid cloud environments. To reach your end user, application transactions traverse complex networks and infrastructure that are handling ever-increasing loads. In light of this, never has it been more challenging to monitor the performance and availability of the business services that your employees and customers count on.
When a performance degradation occurs, there are more factors and interrelationships to consider than ever before. And though you may have invested in various monitoring tools to gain visibility into the elements of your application delivery infrastructure, this view is often fragmented with the tools being managed by separate teams. In the end, your business struggles to identify the root cause of performance problems and collaborate efficiently across technology silos.
Clearly, a new approach to performance management is needed— one that assesses network and application health as a whole so your business can:
• Effectively react to the performance challenges you face today, and
• Proactively meet the business service needs of tomorrow

Facing the Business Service Needs of Tomorrow

What if you could evolve from a reactive to a proactive support model? Technology is evolving at an aggressive pace. To increase availability, reduce total cost of ownership, and consolidate resources, data centers are transforming from an on-premises model to a hybrid of on-site, cloud-based and virtualized environments. This new reality changes where and how your business-critical applications are hosted. What’s more, your end-user audience is hungry for new applications and features that allow them to interact with and consume your business services from any location, using any device.
The net result of these trends is the need for a concerted focus on change and innovation. But without a centralized view of the performance of your network and applications, planning for future requirements is largely an exercise in guesswork. Additionally, a lack of visibility into your application delivery infrastructure as a whole makes it a challenge to identify and correct problems before they impact end users and business performance.

5 Dimensions of APM

  • End user experience monitoring
  • Application run-time architecture discovery and modeling
  • Business transaction management
  • Application component monitoring
  • Reporting & Application data analytics

The Pillars of Application Performance Management

What if you could gain access to all the performance metrics you need in one tool? In order to effectively address these specific challenges, you need a holistic approach to performance management—one that converges all relevant technologies into a single pane of glass for a complete view of the health and availability of your critical applications and systems.

Why Cold Creek Solutions?

With Cold Creek APM Solutions, you can deliver the application service levels that users – and the business – demand. Our solutions is a set of integrated software that deliver powerful performance management technologies in a single console. Through this resource, your organization will have access to a Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader in Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics as well as Application Performance Management. It’s time to:

  • Eliminate Guesswork and War Rooms: Grant Executive, Development, Quality Assurance, Network and Application staff access to a single authority of performance and drastically improve efficiency and collaboration among previously disparate teams.
  • Troubleshoot Performance Issues Faster: Leverage automated root-cause analysis to uncover the source of performance degradation in minutes. And by utilizing the platform’s powerful, open-ended search, isolate problem transactions quickly to accelerate troubleshooting efforts.
  • Prioritize Tasks: Capture and store all performance metrics.
    You will have the ability to examine historical records to determine when a problem first occurred and how many users were affected. With this information in hand, determine how and when to prioritize resolution efforts.
  • Drive Change: Utilize big data-driven intelligence to analyze every end-to-end transaction. You’ll uncover operational insights and detect performance issues well before they impact end-user performance.

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