Getting annoying applications under control! Fresh Diagnostics webinar available now on-demand

Article written by Colin Fletcher, Sr. Product Marketing manager for APM/BAC

 

Greetings post an incredible HP Software Universe 2010!  With the APM team we can't stop, won't stop the momentum around APM/BAC 9.0 and next up is a focus on Application Diagnostics....and so we kick off this focus with a question...

 

Have you (or more importantly, your users) had it with applications that are slow, crashing or hogging resources?  Then do something about it! :smileywink: and join myself and HP Diagnostics gurus Aage Bendiksen and Shahram Khazai anytime on this on-demand webinar to hear and see how Application Diagnostics are key to getting your annoying applications under control......

 

If your applications are becoming increasingly annoying to keep running or simply are not living up to expectations, it's time for an in depth diagnosis to get the performance and availability you need.
 
Register to download this recorded web event and you will see and hear how the combination of these three key capabilities can be used with applications in development, testing, and production to quickly isolate, triage and resolve performance issues at the source.

 

  1. Visibility into applications and their surrounding environments 
  2. Automatic discovery of composite application components and transaction breakdown info 
  3. Deep diagnostics for resolving intermittent problems can be used with applications in development, testing, and production to quickly isolate, triage and resolve performance issues at the source.


With HP Diagnostics the end results are happy users as well as applications performing as you need them to perform.

 

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