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2014-05-08T08:16:00Z
Julia Frohwein - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director of Delivery at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for Broadcom DX Application Performance Management?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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SF
Applications Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 20
2022-08-10T14:43:48Z
10 August 22

I use Broadcom DX Application Performance Management for performance optimization, tuning, problem analysis, troubleshooting in production, and load testing support.

Steven Palondongan - PeerSpot reviewer
Consultant Development Program at Astra Graphia Information Technology
MSP
Top 20
2022-04-10T11:12:14Z
10 April 22

We are using the on-premise and cloud versions of Broadcom DX Application Performance Management.

SD
APM consultant at Tech Mahindra Limited
Real User
2022-01-23T16:58:00Z
23 January 22

Our project is a logistic domain. DX passes all the infrastructure components which are managed by the Broadcom team. We are just deploying the different kinds of application versions, e.g. related to .NET, WebLogic, and other application agents. We are also monitoring the infrastructure agents in Windows, Linux, and Unix which are combined into one infrastructure agent. We also do monitoring whenever the agent doesn't have the package that is supported through the infrastructure agent, e.g. Kubernetes from the Broadcom DX Application Performance Management perspective.

MG
Director Regional at ATOS
MSP
2022-01-04T20:54:50Z
04 January 22

We use Broadcom DX Application Performance Management to monitor applications.

Luis Miguel Goez Mora - PeerSpot reviewer
Big Data Architect en Seguros SURA at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2021-09-10T08:53:31Z
10 September 21

Our primary use cases are for IT monitoring, alarms, and tracking the behavior of the IT system. We are customers of Broadcom.

PeerSpot user
Engineer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
2021-06-12T15:41:29Z
12 June 21

We are a network operation center. We measure the performance of the system. We monitor the network and the application performance for any degradation in the performance of the system. If it is down then we need to get notified very quickly so that we can inform the consulting team to resolve the issue. We also have to inform the management of the incident management process, and the customer response team to notify the customer's agents.

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SK
Product Manager at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-05-19T16:47:31Z
19 May 21

The solution is primarily used for monitoring such as network monitoring, application performance monitoring, infrastructure monitoring, et cetera. We also use it for the AI/ML to understand the kinds of effects that are coming from their different monitoring solutions. It can give a root cause analysis using multiple data points. It can monitor for and explain downtime and reduce the work of the ID operations team as it provides them with a root cause analysis for downtime events.

DC
Systems Consultant at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Consultant
Top 20
2020-10-22T14:44:36Z
22 October 20

We primarily use this product for monitoring our IBM WebSphere environment. It more generally monitors all of our JVMs for our web environments, used for all of our websites.

KN
Techincal Support at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 20
2020-09-06T08:10:00Z
06 September 20

We are a service and solution provider, and this is one of the monitoring products that we implement for our customers. The primary use case is network monitoring.

AlbertJurisic - PeerSpot reviewer
CEO at Pio Pet d.o.o.
Real User
2020-06-18T05:17:00Z
18 June 20

My users are satisfied with this solution, most are financial institutions such as banks. The primary use case is for the monitoring of business applications in production. Banks use it for monitoring Internet banking solutions, internal back-office applications that have high number of users distributed on many locations, monitoring back-office applications for card transaction processing, and also for front office applications monitoring. DX APM is also used in a test phase of apps life cycle especially during a performance testing.

Manish A. Parikh - PeerSpot reviewer
ESM Engineer at BAE Systems
Real User
Top 5
2014-05-08T08:16:00Z
08 May 14

A new concept (APM) to be introduced in our workplace which was never there before. Never had visibility into application (layer) performance. Prior to this our main focus was on server and network hardware monitoring. Having visibility into app performance and backend layer has been quite an eye opener in putting together the entire picture for management. We've put together a complete portrait from an ESM (Enterprise Systems Management) perspective with Broadcom/CA Tools.

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I cannot share a matrix, but I do have a general philosophy that helped me get started determining the value and best in breed solutions. There are three axes of functionality that you define for yourself: 1. Internally facing features (supports your infrastructure) vs Externally facing features (supports customers) 2. Availability of core features vs Availability for extension & integration 3. Standard Features vs Disruptive Features Some solutions will be strong in one but not the other. Look for those that align with what you value.
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