Thinking cloud means thinking application-centric. Organizations utilize public cloud offerings because they want to focus on their revenue-generating applications rather than managing infrastructure. And from there we already can draw the significance of Application Performance Management (APM) in public cloud environments.

If we focus on our application, focusing on its performance is crucial. How our application's performance is perceived by our users is even more important. To gain this insight, it is essential to monitor our application’s performance from our users’ perspective; that’s where User Experience Management (UEM) comes into play. In this blog Daniel Kaar spends some thoughts on five paradigms that form requirements of modern APM solutions.

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