Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

SFELC Summit 2020
17:46 min
TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020
    17:46 min

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020

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    What you'll learn

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

    Speaker(s)
    James Smith
    CEO and Co-founder
    Bugsnag
    Read bio
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    James Smith

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020
    17:46 min

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020

    17:46 min

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

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    Speaker(s)
    James Smith
    CEO and Co-founder
    Bugsnag
    Read bio
    ×
    James Smith

    Application Performance Management ≠ Application Stability

    SFELC Summit 2020

    Have you ever tried to hammer a nail with a pair of pliers? While you may succeed eventually, the process is inefficient and frustrating because you’re using the wrong tool. The same holds true for developers who try to work with application performance management (APM) solutions to monitor mobile and web applications. Because these solutions are designed for DevOps and infrastructure teams to monitor backend systems and performance, they don’t provide the insights developers need into release stability, errors, and how these are impacting the customer experience. 

    Then there are application stability management (ASM) solutions, which are built specifically for engineering organizations. ASM provides actionable insights into how stable the application is, where bugs exist, and how to improve the end user experience. Join James Smith, CEO of Bugsnag, as he explains the differences between the two solutions and outlines the benefits organizations can achieve when APM and ASM are provided to the right teams.

    17:46 min