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Getting Started with APM

  • Michael J. Sydor

Abstract

Software systems, the applications and strategies on which your business depend today have become extraordinarily complex. For many organizations, the wide array of applications and tools to develop this software results in application architectures that can overwhelm the capabilities of many organizations to manage them.

Keywords

Simple Network Management Protocol Capability Maturity Model Integration Information Technology Infrastructure Library Software Development Life Cycle Software Life Cycle 
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  • Michael J. Sydor

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