Using APM to Better Manage Critical Applications (Webinar)

​Free webinar Presented by AppDynamics for DIR's Technology Today Series (TTS)

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Location & Hours

Start Time:
Feb 19 2020
10:00 AM
End Time:
Feb 19 2020
11:15 PM

Using APM to Better Manage Critical Applications

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 | 10:00 am – 11:15 am | Register for this Webinar

Presented by AppDynamics for DIR’s Technology Today Series (TTS)

Application Performance Management (APM) is the monitoring and management of performance and availability of software applications, which is critical to providing positive end-user experience and assuring proper business outcomes. The Texas State Strategic Plan (SSP) for Information Management recommends the utilization of application performance management solutions in achieving Goal 3: Agile and Automated IT Strategies.

Join us for an informative webinar where industry experts explain why APM solutions are now a logical necessity and how modern APM solutions can very quickly and easily benefit organizations that manage critical business applications. In this session you will gain a solid understanding of the following:

The Importance of using APM and where it’s needed
How APM works
Who Benefits the most from APM
The Key Capabilities to look for in choosing an APM
Texas Success Stories
Demonstrating Value in your organization through a POV

The plan is to provide a 60-minute educational presentation, followed by an optional Q&A session for the last 15 minutes.

As Regional CTO at AppDynamics, Joe Byrne is focused on product strategy, evangelism, and customer success around APM strategy. Joe works closely with Product, Marketing and Engineering teams in order to ensure customers are successful in their strategic approach to performance monitoring.

- Sponsored by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR)
- Presented by AppDynamics for DIR's Technology Today Series
- There is no cost to attend.
- Any public sector staff interested in the topic may attend.
- DIR will award 1 hour of continuing education credit for those who attend (1 IRM CPE)