Business Applications Now More Complex, Composite and More Interactive With External Systems

In the last 40 years IT world has gone through lots of stages both hardware and software wise. By the end of the 1960s, applications were running on a server, limited to a binary generated by a C compiler and with Terminal emulation-based GUIs. Thus problems source causes were either hardwares in the stage of standardization or compilers. It was not an issue to solve problems because the applications were small and non critical.

To the end of the 80’s organizations could survive without IT departments and services. In 80’s internet was not in use neither by the people nor the organizations were communicating through data lines. These were the days where PSTN phones and Faxe Machines were ruling the business.

Starting 90’s adoption of distributed architecture applications as a technological standard resulted both in enlarging the scale of the applications and spreading within the organizations.

Nowadays, business processes are operated entirely electronically with end-to-end integrations by interdependent applications with different architectures. Over the years, 3-tier software has come into our lives, including Web Servers, J2EE Servers, Databases, Middleware, Application Servers, SOA Architecture, JMX and Messaging Queue. Now parts of the apps are working on different servers and auxiliary software built on those servers, and because of the distributed architecture, the scalability and performance values are starting to get bigger.

Starting 2000 through the mobile applications, business flows and applications have interfaces integrated in our daily lives via cellphones/tablets etc.

The most fundamental distress in such environments where the architecture is multiplied via both hardware, network and software components is knowing what parts of the application are affected by a disturbance in any specific part of the application.

Although it is relatively easy to identify performance and configuration issues that arise in hardware and network components, identifying a piece of software that has the potential to cause distress in thousands of classes and tens of thousands of methods that make up an application and root cause analysis often make it much more difficult and effort-intensive.

Since 2004 Idea Teknoloji is focusing on APM ( Application Performance Management. Rapidly and individually analyzing your Network / Server / Software layers that make up your application, we are able to quickly identify and report problems that occur in the development phase or in your production environment and we share our solution proposals with you through our experienced consultants.

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