Successful use of APM doesn’t happen by accident or wishful thinking. You need to learn specific tasks and capabilities and evolve in the course of becoming competent with the technology, as well as becoming savvy with the philosophy and lifestyle of performance management. We have been validating analytic techniques for APM data and have found that using KPIs directly from your managed environment has a distinct advantage versus a generic set of metrics. This ensures that your analytics are farming meaningful data, and not getting distracted with excessive volumes of spurious metrics. It is a technique that you can apply today, as you begin planning for your upgrade tomorrow.
In a webcast on May 29th 2013, CA Technologies Mike Sydor, Senior Engineering Services Architect, and author of “APM Best Practices” used this content to discuss how we identify and harness KPIs to make sense of your APM "big data", and how these techniques will help to prepare for your upgrade to the new features and functionality with upcoming APM release and its tight integration with Advanced Behavior Analytics (ABA).
Listen to the webcast replay http://goo.gl/PZwTeu
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