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Category archive: Performance Optimization

Application Performance Management strategy: common mistakes you don’t want to make

Are your web store applications performing well enough? You will probably answer this question with a sound “yes!”, probably you don’t see any issues now, but there are some critical periods during the year (Black Friday, Cyber Monday or Holiday Season) when website traffic will increase even 3x. Are your prepared for these kinds of […]

Filter Based Reporting with TrueSight Capacity Optimization

Moviri presented Filter Based Reporting with TrueSight Capacity Optimization, at BMC Days Chicago, as part of the Actionable Intelligence Series.  An introduction to advanced tools and techniques we can help you leverage to deliver additional value from existing data. The thesis statement was essentially “is there an alternative to Quick Reports and Domain Based Reports? Something […]

Digital Performance, a blink away from your business

Last June Moviri had the privilege to sponsor the 2016 Dynatrace Perform Day and we talked about Digital Performance. The event, held in Rome and Milan, was all focused on how Dynatrace’s customers achieved in getting the most out of their digital performance and improve the End User Experience. Why user experience is so important […]

Performance Data Reporting – Velocity Amsterdam

          In this post, I’ll go through some interesting hints around the “performance data reporting”. Even if this is not a fancy or trending topic the solutions proposed address issues that are quite common (and often underestimated) for most performance engineer. Due to the increase of complexity, data sources and therefore […]

Active, or passive monitoring, that is the question —

How to make your user experience / SLA awake: active and passive monitoring combined Service Level Management is  fundamental to ensure service quality at both the technical and business level. In order to be effective, not only internal services  but also third party ones (ex. ads) need to be monitored. SLA monitoring should be carried […]