Application Performance Management will be a critical part of ensuring that the applications that matter to your business are highly available and perform well in your software-defined data center and clouds. Running rapidly changing applications on a highly dynamic software infrastructure will lead to intractable problems unless proper APM tools are deployed in your SDDC.
Hundreds of companies and products monitor and manage various elements of your data center and your clouds. But most of these products rely on commonly available management data that is accessed via either industry-standard APIs or management APIs provided by various vendors. A few products do the extra work to collect unique data, and these…
Splunk has acquired CloudMeter, giving Splunk the ability to add custom configured slices of network data to its data store. There are likely numerous use cases for Splunk that will be enhanced by this capability, which will solidify Splunk’s position as the leader in the new ecosystem based management software business.
The software-defined data center (SDDC) requires a new breed of security tools that not only handle the velocity of data being generated within a secure hybrid cloud but also handle the volume and variety of data. In fact, this new breed of security tools uses big data backends to manage the data being received, though…
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The Virtualization Practice has released a major update to its Application Performance Management for Virtualization and Cloud White paper. This paper covers both Application Performance Management for custom developed applications (DevOps), and Application Performance Management for every application (purchased and custom developed) in production (AppOpps).
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By raising respectively $50 and $80M AppDynamics and New Relic have positioned themselves to go public sometime in the next two years. They will join Splunk and Solarwinds as brand new management software companies built from the group up to meet the new requirements for management of virtualized and cloud based data centers.