Usage of Analytics in Application Performance Management
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It is fascinating to look at how Application Performance Management (APM) has evolved over the past decade. At one point, gathering the performance data was a challenge itself. Then the shift was to Data Warehouse, using Business Intelligence (BI) to analyze the data. Today, with the data explosion from various domains, it is imperative that we run some real Analytics in this space to complement the insights obtained from BI. Traditionally data mining was active in this space – but it was limited to a small subset of consumers who understood the Math
IBM has different offerings around APM Analytics. We will blog about them in the near future.
Today however, we would like to turn to you, our respected readers with a request. As a consumer of APM, we would like you to tell us your thoughts on the different kind of Analytics you would like to see done in the APM space that would help you in your day to day job. Let us throw out some ideas to get the wheels spinning: (a) Can Analytics warn me of problems about to come in the near future? (b) I have a complex multi-domain problem. Can Analytics point me to the possible causes as well as eliminate some? (c) I want to optimize my virtual environment to reduce cost, manage risk, and plan for growth. Can Analytics provide me with recommendations using appl
We would love to hear your ideas and thoughts around this