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Big Data Grows Up: APM Tools Emerging

The next emerging market for big data may be application performance monitoring. Concurrent has released a new tool in this space, and more tools are expected to hit the market in the next six months. The availability of such tools will drive more enterprise adoption of big data.

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pfretty494
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11/23/2015 | 12:04:58 PM
No doubt
As much as we have talked about big data in recent years, sometimes its hard to put in perspective how immature the technology still is, especially within a lot of organizations. Fortunately, the tools are there and increasingly more people are beginning to embrace the potential. Peter Fretty, IDG blogger for SAS
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12/1/2015 | 9:09:00 PM
APM data
We have customers of our Stackify APM+ that send us several terrabytes a month. We deal with some serious big data of our own by providing APM services. 
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