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Using Application Performance Managers for DevOps and Continuous Delivery

Using Application Performance Managers for DevOps and Continuous Delivery

White Paper: eCube Systems

DevOps and Continuous Delivery are the future of software development. IT managers are looking to improve the process of developing and deploying an application with DevOps and Continuous Delivery technology.

This white paper outlines how companies can automate the management of enterprise applications through a single GUI-based Application Performance Management system.

Key takeaways from this white paper on “Improving DevOps and Continuous Delivery with an Application Performance Manager”:

  • Application Performance Management Goals

  • Managing a deployed application by using Continuous Delivery

  • Core Capabilities to improve the process and management of applications

  • Efficiencies of adopting DevOps practices for application lifecycle management

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