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Application Performance Management (APM) in the Digital Enterprise by Julie Craig, Carol Pollard, Rick Sturm

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Chapter 17

Looking Ahead

Abstract

As organizations in the future continue to leverage mobile and cloud computing to enable users to connect 24/7 to applications and data centers through a wide range of devices, the professionals who build and manage them will face an increasing application performance gap. As a result, in the next several years considerable changes will occur in how applications are managed. For example, digital transformation will emerge as an important business strategy. Organizations that embrace the next wave of innovative opportunities to digitally transform applications and free themselves of outdated legacy business models will be the big winners in application lifecycle management. In this chapter, digital transformation ...

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