Use Raygun As the North Star for Your Digital Transformation

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You've initiated a digital transformation (DX) strategy in your company, and your software team is onboard for the changes that you'll be making to software and processes. But how can you manage and observe the effect of your DX process on your customers and how they experience your software? This short eBook offers practical advice for any software managers responsible for the DX process, specifically, how Raygun Application Performance Monitoring can help, no matter what your current development environment.

You'll learn to:

  • What APM looks like in a mature organization so you can model from successful companies
  • A checklist for error monitoring in your engineering team, including a path to production monitoring
  • How APM can help provide exponential returns on investment from your DX budget

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