AppNeta in Gartner's APM Magic Quadrant!
by Team AppNeta on

We’ve had an exciting few months at AppNeta, and the great news keeps rolling in. I am thrilled to announce that AppNeta’s Application Performance Monitoring services have been recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring alongside AppDynamics, BMC, CA, Compuware, Dell, HP, IBM, ManageEngine, Microsoft, New Relic, Optier, and Riverbed.

We are honored that Gartner has recognized AppNeta for its completeness of vision and ability to execute. We are joining our fellow innovators and pioneers in the Application Performance Monitoring market, and we are one of only two newcomers included in this year’s report.

The thing that we all know is that Application Performance Management (APM) is hard. Our customers are working in incredibly complex, distributed application environments and network infrastructures. AppNeta’s mission is to make our customers’ jobs easier by providing complete application performance visibility, end-user experience monitoring, integrated with network performance data -- in just minutes with easy, SaaS-delivery. Our approach saves time and money, and gives you some pretty cool performance data that you wouldn’t have -- or would take hours or days to chase down.

I’m confident that AppNeta’s full stack approach can make APM easier and provide more value across all customer organizations – from the development team, to the operations team, to the network team.

In fact, we’re already hearing great feedback from our customers about how our full stack approach is improving their workflow. As Bill Montgomery, manager, IT / Global Customer Applications-Infrastructure, Red Hat, put it: "AppNeta’s integrated, cross-platform software enables us to map customer experience to a complex technical architecture and quickly get to the root of difficult problems in a very heterogeneous environment. This unique approach gives us a new, higher level of visibility into our environment.”

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