I noticed that a lot of the top hits on Google for “application performance management best practices” are out dated at best and irrelevant at worst. The top hit – “Improving weblogic application performance” – just had its eighth birthday (the iPhone wasn’t even out then), and the runner up – “Improving .net application performance” […]
Within every system, you’ll find processes or machines that are bogging down the system. It’s your job to find those issues and take the necessary steps to fix them.
In each company who owns the performance function is going to vary, and it really depends on how important your web presence is to your business, whether it’s an executive a middle manager or further down the chain of command.