May 9, 2012 (Powerhomebiz.com) Appnomic Systems, a leading provider of automated enterprise and Cloud IT performance management solutions, today introduced release 4.0 of its AppsOne solution. AppsOne 4.0 is the industry’s first Application Behavior Learning (ABL) solution to leverage real-time application usage patterns in a three-dimensional (3D) performance management model. AppsOne leads the market in enabling IT organizations to spend more-time-to-prevent (MTTP) application performance issues rather than grappling with mean-time-to-repair (MTTR) incidents after they have occurred. As a result, Appnomic customers achieve game-changing improvements to SaaS, Cloud, and enterprise application operations and support functions.
Diverse software application architectures and disparate data sources in today’s complex IT ecosystems are introducing multiple potential performance break points. There is a need for new methods to analyze the complex and massive volumes of performance data from Cloud and hybrid IT productions systems. The AppsOne 3D metrics model of monitoring application performance effectively analyzes diverse and massive amounts of application and infrastructure operations data to optimize performance and end user productivity.
“Now that Appnomic has proven AppsOne’s success at top banks, online portals, SaaS, and enterprise clients around the globe, we are pleased to announce, for the first time, our latest product release in the U.S. market,” said Ray Solnik, president of Appnomic Systems, Inc. “Appnomic customers achieve previously unattainable application reliability and performance in a complex Cloud and hybrid world. AppsOne 4.0 further differentiates us from any other option available on the market.”
“Within APM one of the most critical dimensions is the end user experience,” said Jonah Kowall, research director, Gartner. “The complexity of the applications and user interactions also creates large volumes of data. In order to synthesize and understand that data, advanced analytical approaches must be applied. There is a growing trend in the market for APM buyers to investigate solutions which combine these two distinct dynamics together thus allowing for the distillation of the data into actionable alerts.”
With AppsOne 4.0, Appnomic is bringing to its customers:
3D real time performance analytics
AppsOne 4.0 analyzes metrics across three key dimensions of application performance: 1) real end user transaction response time, 2) infrastructure components, and 3) application usage patterns. The usage patterns set the foundation for a new approach to application operations management. They correlate the other two dimensions to enable innovative approaches to a variety of application stack operations like: Early Warning Alerts™ of impending application issues, preventative infrastructure configuration changes, capacity planning, reducing transaction response times, and more.
End User Monitoring (EUM) for all types of applications
Automated deep dive diagnostics information is now collected with every Early Warning Alert™ to enable faster root cause analysis (RCA) as well as to automate remediation workflow. This type of IT automation is not available from any other APM product in the market. System administrators can also plug in their diagnostics scripts to collect custom system state data at the time of the alert.
Support for SAP applications
AppsOne 4.0 customers can monitor the performance of SAP transactions in real time. These include transactions executed via web, ABAP interface and batch jobs. SAP operations support professionals can now benefit from Early Warning Alerts™ and can use application usage pattern insights to manage capacity for transaction growth.
Service Providers and Systems Integrators Reap Rewards
AppsOne allows service provider to license support for clients’ application performance enhancement and, conversely, allows enterprises to hold service providers accountable for effective and consistent performance.
AppsOne 4.0 service provider clients can use AppsOne EUM to better serve remote customers with quicker root cause analysis of remote user complaints of frustrating, slow transaction experience. In addition, service provider partners can measure an application stack’s performance behavior before migrating the application from an enterprise data center environment to a Cloud environment. As a result, enterprise clients of Appnomic service provider partners will have a higher degree of confidence in final results and enable the service provider to commit to an application migration service level agreement (SLA). Both of these use cases allow enterprises to accelerate migration to the Cloud.
Persistent Systems, a global software product development company, has successfully implemented a pilot of the AppsOne Cloud migration solution that includes benchmark performance, migration reporting, and early views of end-user monitoring. “We are now able to gain much deeper insight into real user experience, underlying infrastructure components and application usage patterns which is strategic to both Persistent and our clients,” said Shreekanth Joshi, vice president and head of Persistent’s Cloud Computing practice. “Appnomic’s AppsOne complements our own Cloud Assessment Tool and enables us to better assess the optimal target Cloud architecture for applications we are migrating to the Cloud on behalf of our clients as well as ensure the ideal service agreement for each unique situation.”
About Appnomic Systems
Appnomic Systems is a leading provider of automated enterprise and Cloud IT performance management solutions that help businesses migrate to, live, and thrive in Cloud and hybrid environments. Appnomic’s SaaS and enterprise AppsOne and OpsOne solutions automate both complex application performance management tasks and routines, labor intensive maintenance activities respectively. The company’s flagship award winning product, AppsOne, is the industry’s first Application Behavior Learning (ABL) solution to leverage real-time application usage patterns in its three-dimensional performance management model. With AppsOne, IT organizations can focus on preventing IT application performance issues rather than on mean-time-to-repair (MTTR) operations issues.
The company’s global headquarters are in Bangalore, India, and new North America headquarters are in Palo Alto, CA, overlooking the Stanford University Campus. Appnomic Systems is backed by Norwest Venture Partners. For more information please visit the company’s website at www.appnomic.com .