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Technology spotlight: automate application performance management

on November 14, 2013


Many organizations take hours or even days to respond to a Severity-1 incident. If their tooling and processes are very good, it may take minutes to get the application up and running again. But what if you could restore service in a matter of seconds?

Run Book Automation tools have existed for years, but most of them are difficult to use effectively and often end up as shelfware. According to this report, however, a new innovative solution bringing together application performance management (APM) and Run Book Automation is a promising step on the way to automating IT’s incident resolution processes. Read the white paper to learn more about Application Run Book Automation from AppDynamics and what the future holds for this technology.

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