Case Study: ELEXON use AppDynamics APM

Posted by Ben Cripps on 29 March 2019

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ELEXON is vital to the running of the GB electricity wholesale market. Its role is to compare how much electricity generators and suppliers say they will produce or consume against what their actual volumes were on the day, before working out a price for the difference and transferring funds between parties.

The Challenge

With ELEXON’s pivotal role within the electricity industry, combined with the ever-increasing demands and consumers expectations around availability and online performance, ELEXON needed an APM solution that enabled them to detect potential issues early in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) , before users of their platform are impacted.

The Solution

AppDynamics was selected to help detect potential issues early in pre-production environments, and thereby reduce the risk of problems making their way to the production environment. AppDynamics intelligent baselining and alerting capabilities, has enabled ELEXON to increase production reliability and availability.

The Results

ELEXON are using AppDynamics to build a proactive approach towards application and performance monitoring, enabling them to identify issues and performance bottlenecks before the end-users do and in turn, helping reduce their Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR).

We have written up the story of APM at ELEXON in a case study, which you can download here; please take a read, and find out how they did it.

Download ELEXON Case Study

What can you do?

Once you have taken a look at the case study, if you still have any questions, and you'd like to find out more, then please take a look at our website, or contact us here and we can get in touch, and we can have a chat, with no pressure. 

Of course, if you think you are ready to start on the journey of APM, and are ready to get going, then please register for a free trial.  

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