ManageEngine reviewed for APM
Dubai, January 9, 2014
ManageEngine, an IT management company, said Gartner has positioned it in the 2013 Magic Quadrant for application performance monitoring.
The evaluation is based on completeness of vision and ability to execute, said a statement.
Sridhar Iyengar, VP – product management, said: “This year, Gartner has positioned us the furthest on the ‘ability to execute’ axis in the Niche Quadrant. We feel this positioning reflects our unique value proposition, which revolves around an easy-to-use, feature-rich product that requires no professional services to get up and running and motivates us to increase focus on our APM strategy.”
The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring includes 13 vendors.
The criteria for a vendor’s inclusion in the monitoring include at least 50 customers who use its APM product actively in a production environment, a SaaS delivery model for at least a subset of the APM offering’s features and the presence of all five dimensions of APM functionality as defined by Gartner.
Today’s IT managers are expected to understand how specific IT services are affecting business operations, so the organisation’s IT strategy should facilitate this. Regardless of the application’s execution environment — physical, virtual or cloud — Applications Manager provides insight and control through a single, easy-to-use interface.
It enables IT teams to troubleshoot performance bottlenecks and perform root-cause analysis with minimal reliance on manual processes and guesswork.
Site24x7, the SaaS-based APM solution from ManageEngine, provides a global perspective of the end-user experience by monitoring from more than 40 locations across the world. Applications Manager, along with Site24x7, provides end-to-end visibility into what’s working and what’s not, across complex IT environments. - TradeArabia News Service