Thursday, February 20 from 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. CT

IT's role in almost every business continues to grow, and in many cases, applications are a huge part of a business, if not the entire business. Whether your applications are customer-facing or used to run your company internally, there’s no good time for failing applications due to software bugs or poor performance—both are very costly.
During this webinar, we’ll walk through how to maximize performance and how to catch application bugs before you release new code with SolarWinds application performance management (APM) tools. You’ll learn:
  • Best practices for identifying code issues during development and QA
  • How to use APM to test, and identify problems down to the component, service, or code level
  • How to validate the application meets or exceeds performance expectations before going live
  • How APM tools can help plan performance requirements when migrating from on-premises to a pure cloud or hybrid cloud environment
The cost of fixing application problems after they have been released can be enormous. A study by the Systems Sciences Institute at IBM reported the cost to fix an error found after product release was up to 100 times more than ones identified during development and test.
Learn how APM can significantly reduce your lifecycle application costs when used during development and testing. This is one webinar you don't want to miss.


Pete DiStefano
Pete DiStefano
Pete Di Stefano is a principal product marketing manager at SolarWinds, working primarily with their application management tools. His experience includes over 25 years in tech product marketing and management, including companies like IBM, BMC Software, and Symantec.

Adam Hert
Adam Hert
Adam is the product manager for SolarWinds® AppOptics, with four years of experience focusing on the application monitoring space. He has worked with countless customers helping them implement monitoring tools and designing capabilities around their use cases.

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