In this Gigaom Research webinar, the panelists will discuss the current state of APM, common shortcomings of current solutions, the impact of mobility on existing tools and processes, and the degree to which businesses can use APM to drive real-time decisions and performance improvement. Join us on Dec. 11.

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From code-level performance and end-user experience to server-side performance and network measurement, quantifying application performance has always been a complicated endeavor. The move toward mobility has added hundreds of network, device and OS combinations, increasing complexity while reducing user tolerance for poor performance. Smaller mobile-first developers often lack experience with application performance management (APM); traditional software developers are unfamiliar with the specific demands of remote, distributed end users; and few businesses of any sort have found ways to integrate APM into today’s faster development and production cycles.

In this webinar, our panel will address these topics:

  • How are desktop, web-based and mobile application performance different?
  • What types of application data can businesses monitor?
  • How can businesses use application and network performance data to increase the efficiency and productivity of development and operations?
  • How should businesses balance the power of granular, real-time data and the manageability of high-level reporting?

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Register here to join Gigaom Research and AppNeta for “Application performance monitoring in a multiplatform app environment,” a free analyst webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013, at 10 a.m. PT.

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