Andy Wahrenberger

Andy Wahrenberger

Andy Wahrenberger is a Senior Application Infrastructural Architect at Dell. As operations architect for Dell.com's DevOps core, he is responsible for the adaptation of various applications into a highly available, 24x7 architecture and guiding the design and continual improvement of one of the world's largest multi-datacenter, global eCommerce sites. Andy is responsible for application hosting strategy, encompassing network, compute and storage infrastructure, operation procedures, performance and monitoring. He has 20 years of experience in architecture, implementation, deployment, and performance tuning of large-scale applications, primarily integrating Microsoft .NET technologies into existing infrastructure or other applications. Prior to Dell,com, Andy has contributed his web expertise to Progressive.com, Nationwide.com, NationalCity.com, StateFarm.com, and Xiameter.com.

Webcast: Top Three Things You Should Know About Mastering Your Web API Performance
September 24, 2013
Successfully monitoring web API performance improves business partner integration, boosts mobile performance, and ensures the successful integration of enterprise applications. Yet some of the most common web monitoring practices fall short of pinpointing...

Webcast: How to Boost Web Performance Using API Monitoring
July 31, 2013
Maybe your approach to web application monitoring is out of balance. Often the focus is on synthetics, log monitoring, and even browser instrumentation – which is enough for end user monitoring but often misses an important angle – APIs. Just...