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MGT205-S - Finding the signal in the noise when running cloud-native applications

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Moving applications to the cloud provides many benefits, but the process of doing so can also create a lot of noise. More components to manage and the process of refactoring applications can result in new performance bottlenecks that weren’t present in the data center. This makes it possible to experience increased problem resolution times and unnecessary spending that could impact your company's reputation or lead to increased customer abandonment rates. In this session, Aaron Newcomb from AppDynamics and Marius Dornean from Mitchell show you how to simplify your cloud application environment by providing visibility and insight into your infrastructure, applications, end-user behavior, and business impact. This presentation is brought to you by AppDynamics, an APN Partner.

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200 - Intermediate
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