Application Monitoring

  • From the Cloud to the Edge

    Funny how everything eventually comes full circle. A mere thirty-some years ago, the state of the art was client-server computing where one or more client nodes were directly connected to a central server. As much as enterprise companies embraced client-server, there were limitations: data […]


  • RTView Enterprise 5.0 Featured Product Updates

    Here’s what’s new in RTView Enterprise 5.0. These are featured updates, not a complete update list. For the complete list, please read the Release Notes. New HTML 5 User Interface RTView 5.0 now includes an optional HTML5 UI in addition to the classic UI. […]


  • “Marriage made in RTView”; IoT and Enterprise Messaging Systems

    By now we are all used to or at least partly used to “Smart” things in our lives. Whether its phones, electrical appliances, cars, homes, buildings or the city itself—they all are becoming smarter by the day. A couple of years ago, in the […]


  • Create a Real-Time Information Portal in WordPress

    WordPress.com empowers millions of businesses, bloggers, and online stores to build a beautiful website that meets their unique needs. However, even with all the powerful plugins and special features, it is not that easy to include real-time information in the pages or blogs you […]


  • The New Wave of Splunk Collaboration

    Have you ever found the perfect solution to your problem – and then be told that you can’t use that solution because YOUR company uses a DIFFERENT solution? One that doesn’t address YOUR particular problem? We hear that a lot. And it makes us […]


  • BYOD – Bring Your Own Data to the RTView Sandbox

    In our last two blog posts, we’ve talked about how you can start a free trial. With no installation. Using our hosted, pre-configured sandbox environments for TIBCO, Oracle or IBM. We discussed extending your RTView Sandbox to include additional technologies relevant to YOUR environment, […]


  • Resource Monitoring vs. Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

    Is middleware resource monitoring the same thing as APM? No – but it is highly complementary with APM and organizations generally need both for complex, large-scale application environments that depend on middleware. End to end resource monitoring is fundamentally different. We see four general […]


  • Downtime Events Take Center Stage

    It’s pretty obvious that when your applications go down, they often cost you money. Lots of money according to a recent report from analyst firm Quocirca titled Master of Machines III – Mitigating the Impact of Critical IT Events. Pete Goldin of APMdigest provided […]


  • When is it too early to think about monitoring?

    Originally Published on APMdigest In a word, “NEVER”. I’ve heard people say that they are super busy with production deployments and fast-moving projects. They haven’t had much time to think about a performance monitoring strategy for their new applications. But waiting until your applications […]


  • Deploying RTView in Docker Containers

    Recently, there has been increasing excitement about Docker, an open platform for the distributed and automated deployment of application services. Docker takes advantage of the powerful Linux “container” technology that has been around for a long time, but not widely used until now. The […]

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