Browsing posts tagged with: unified performance management

What’s Ahead in 2013: 10 IT Performance Management Predictions
December 19, 2012 by

Industry Insights, Performance Monitoring

2013 is poised to be an exciting and innovative year for technical professionals across roles and functions, regardless of their organization size. From emerging Software-Defined Networks, to mobile, BYOD and the solidification of cloud computing and SOA architectures, there are many upcoming trends that should impact your performance monitoring strategy in 2013. Are you ready
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Next Generation of End User Experience Management: Complete Visibility across Applications and Networks
October 16, 2012 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

I know we’ve talked about it a lot here on the Performance Monitoring Blog, but I cannot stress enough the importance of end user experience monitoring. Unfortunately, your customers do not care if a problem is inside your datacenter or outside your control – they will hold you ultimately responsible for their web experiences on your
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Finally You Can Monitor Your Applications and Your Network
September 27, 2012 by

Company News, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

I’m excited to announce this week’s launch of our unified solutions for Performance Management and End User Experience Monitoring, including both full-stack application tracing and unprecedented network performance insight. You may have heard about AppNeta’s recent acquisition of Tracelytics, which we think is pretty awesome news, as it brings together innovative SaaS technologies for both application and network
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Stop the finger pointing, start solving problems: Announcing AppNeta’s Unified Performance Management Solutions
September 25, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Now more than ever before, the management and reliable delivery of applications dictates business success. Application downtime leads to wasted employee time and thousands of negative customer experiences. When a retailer’s website loads slowly, sales are lost because the prospect is already 10 clicks away. You should never let your technology problems become business problems.

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