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Jurgen Appelo on Better Management with Fewer Managers

by Ben Linders on  Dec 12, 2014

At the Dare Festival Antwerp 2014 Jurgen Appelo talked about his new book Management 3.0 Workout and showed examples how organizations can improve the way that they manage themselves.

AnyPresence Soups-up Enterprise MBaaS Platform:Part 2 of 2

by Martin Monroe on  Nov 04, 2013

There is so much to learn about the latest Mobile Backend as a Service provider AnyPresence's 5.0 platform geared for the enterprise that this second post was needed. Co-founder Rich Mendis provides further insight for InfoQ readers…

Performance Gurus Release jClarity Flagship Performance Monitoring Tool

by Victor Grazi on  Sep 09, 2013

London-based start-up jClarity announces the general availability of their flagship product for locating Java performance problems in both Cloud and Enterprise environments. 

Performance: Planning Costs Less than Rearchitecting

by Jonathan Allen on  Jun 27, 2013

Making an application “fast” isn’t a real goal because it can’t be measured. An application may seem fast at first, but as performance starts to slip developers often don’t notice it. But this can be fixed by using a vocabulary that describes application performance in terms of concrete, measurable terms.

Velocity Web Performance and Operations Conference Kicks off in London

by Dio Synodinos on  Oct 03, 2012

O’Reilly’s Velocity conferences target web ops and performance professionals who like you to learn from their peers, exchange ideas with experts, and share best practices and lessons learned. The Velocity Europe 2012 event focuses on the core issues and opportunities that are specific to the European performance and ops community, as well as the most significant worldwide themes and players.

Article: Performance Analysis and Monitoring with Perf4J

by Dio Synodinos on  Apr 23, 2009 6

In this article Alex Devine explains how Java developers can take advantage of Perf4J, an open source toolset for adding code timing statements and for logging, analyzing and monitoring the results.

Performance Engineering in an Agile Project

by Vikas Hazrati on  Mar 25, 2009 4

Performance Engineering is an important software development discipline that ensures that applications are architect-ed, designed, built and tested for performance. However, mostly in traditional projects the scope of performance engineering is limited to performance testing. This is a sure cause for concern.

New Relic updates RPM to Improve Collaboration and Integration

by Robert Bazinet on  Feb 19, 2009

New Relic announced the availability of RPM 1.2 which goes a long way into making the job of the developer better with improved collaboration and integration.

Profiling Just Got Easier With Perf4j

by Ian Roughley on  Feb 12, 2009 8

When you start to think about profiling Java applications, many tools come to mind - but did you think profiling could be as easy as adding logging statements? This is the goal of the Perf4j project.

Presentation: Measuring Agile in the Enterprise: 5 Success Factors for Large-Scale Agile Adoption

by Abel Avram on  Oct 17, 2008 4

In this presentation filmed during Agile 2008, Michael Mah analyzes the development process in 5 companies: 2 Agile (one of them BMC) and 3 classic. He measures the development progress and effectiveness and compares the results with industry averages. He also presents the factors which contributed to the success of BMC's Agile adoption.

Article: A Formal Performance Tuning Methodology: Wait-Based Tuning

by Abel Avram on  Oct 06, 2008 4

In this article, Steven Haines talks about web application performance tuning which used to be more of an art than science. He proposes a method called wait-based tuning, making the entire process more measurable and, consequently, more scientific.

NewRelic Offers Free Rails Monitoring, Adds New Features

by Werner Schuster on  Sep 16, 2008

NewRelic now offers their Rails performance monitoring (RPM) Lite product free of charge for all Rails users. A host of new features were added to the various commercial versions of RPM.

An in-depth overview of modern Application Performance Management

by Steven Haines on  Aug 20, 2008

Nicholas Whitehead, a Senior Technology Architect with ADP, published a three part article series on IBM's developerWorks entitled Java run-time monitoring that reviews, in detail, the strategies employed in modern Application Performance Management (APM) solutions.

37signals Uses New Relic's Rails Performance Monitoring Solution

by Mirko Stocker on  Jul 15, 2008

New Relic announced that 37signals uses their Ruby on Rails performance management solution to find problematic areas in their applications. David Heinemeier Hansson confirmed that they achieved a 50% speedup in certain actions.

JProbe 8.0: The Java code, memory, and coverage profiler is back

by Steven Haines on  Jul 04, 2008

Quest Software recently released JProbe 8.0, a Java code, memory, and coverage profiler. While JProbe has been one of the leading Java profiling tools since the late 1990's, JProbe 8.0 aims to help Quest regain the leadership position in the profiling market with new Eclipse integration and a more competitive price point.

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