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AppNeta Launches Breakthrough Website Performance and End-User Experience Monitoring

APM Technology Leader Releases AppView Web Global; Diagnostic Website Performance Monitoring from Global Internet Locations

BOSTON, Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- AppNeta, the technology leader of Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) solutions, today announced the launch of AppView Web Global for website and web app performance monitoring from global internet locations. AppNeta has also launched a free trial version of AppView Web Global for users to easily try the technology on their own critical web apps.

Building upon the success of AppNeta's AppView Web service, which is currently used at more than 2,000 locations to measure web application performance from inside the firewall, AppView Web Global is a SaaS-delivered Synthetic Transaction Monitoring (STM) service providing customers with continuous visibility of end-user experience and availability of both public and private global web applications from the Internet.  Unlike traditional web-monitoring solutions that typically provide only a single overall latency value, AppView Web Global dissects the latency of every web transaction into the three core components of a web server, network and web client in order to pinpoint where the performance issues are hiding.

Additionally, AppView Web Global is uniquely integrated with AppNeta's code-level application performance monitoring solution, TraceView, to bring industry-first visibility into both Real User Monitoring (RUM) and Synthetic Transaction Monitoring (STM) performance. AppView Web and TraceView  enable "one click to insight" functionality to immediately understand which layers of the web application are affecting end-user performance.  By bringing RUM and STM together into a single unified platform, AppNeta enables customers to compare and contrast the baseline performance obtained via STM against their live click-stream performance gathered from RUM. This insight helps customers to  gauge the amount of actual impact and to determine root-cause of end-user performance and web application availability problems. 

"If an event occurs and no one sees it, believes it, or takes action on it, APM's value can be severely diminished and you run the risk of owning shelfware," said Larry Dragich, Director Enterprise Application Services at The Auto Club Group. "Our experience has shown that active synthetic monitoring is a good complement to passive monitoring to help provide visibility into application availability especially when monitoring outside the Data Center."

"Today, businesses cannot afford to have slow websites and applications. Customers and internal employees don't tolerate web app latency," said Jim Melvin, CEO, AppNeta. "Unlike traditional web app monitoring tools that only show you generic data about your website performance, AppView Web Global drills down into both internal and external applications, showing you how users are experiencing it specific to their location."

AppView Web Global is powered by a set of globally distributed web monitors that provides a unique location-based end-user perspective of web application performance and availability through real-time alerts and historical reports. Web monitors are licensed based on the number of web applications monitored, the number of locations, and the frequency of the monitoring. Web monitor scripts are easily created with powerful auto record functionality and can be edited and managed across all web monitors centrally.  Each script includes up to 20 steps to interact with a web application and can execute as frequently as once every  five minutes.  AppView Web Global's advanced scripting support is designed to handle today's complex web applications and fully supports multiple forms of authentication, AJAX-based, and single page applications.  

AppNeta is transforming application performance management with full stack monitoring insight. By providing performance visibility deep into the application code integrated with network performance metrics and end-user experience monitoring, AppNeta helps customers like Shutterfly, MapMyFitness, and DailyBreak.com to pinpoint outliers and bottlenecks, and maintain visibility into broader performance trends. With this level of integrated visibility into the application environment, customers quickly understand the experience of their end users across web, mobile, and cloud-delivered applications. 

AppNeta's full stack APM solutions for mobile and web applications include:

  • Code-level application performance monitoring
  • Synthetic transaction monitoring
  • Application-aware traffic analysis
  • Network health and performance monitoring

Try AppNeta Performance Management solutions for free: Customers can easily get started with AppView Web Global for free in less than five minutes, as there is no remote software or hardware required

About AppNeta

AppNeta is the Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) technology leader, providing integrated performance visibility into the application code, through the network, to the end user. AppNeta's SaaS solutions give Development, Application and IT Operations teams broad, detailed performance data to see across their web, mobile and cloud-delivered application environments and pinpoint tough performance bottlenecks. With AppNeta, customers have all of the performance data they need to assure ongoing and exceptional delivery of business critical applications and end user experience. For more information or to get started today, visit www.appneta.com.

SOURCE AppNeta

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