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Compare the Top Application Performance Management Software of 2020

Compare the best Application Performance Management software currently available using the table below.

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    eG Innovations

    IT performance monitoring is not about monitoring CPU, memory and network resources any more. eG Enterprise makes user experience the centerpiece of your IT monitoring and management strategy. With eG Enterprise, you can measure the digital experience of your users, get deep visibility into the performance the entire application delivery stack — from code to user experience, and data center to cloud — from a single pane of glass, correlate performance across domains and pinpoint the root-cause of problems proactively. Machine learning and analytics capabilities embedded in eG Enterprise enable IT teams make intelligent decisions regarding right-sizing, optimization and planning for future growth. The result: happy users, enhanced productivity, improved IT efficiency and tangible business ROI. eG Enterprise is available for installation on-premise and as a SaaS solution. Start a free trial today.

    Starting Price: $1,000 per month
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    Lô đề số PRTG Network Monitor is an all-inclusive monitoring software solution developed by Paessler. Equipped with an easy-to-use, intuitive interface with a cutting-edge monitoring engine, PRTG Network Monitor optimizes connections and workloads as well as reduces operational costs by avoiding outages while saving time and controlling service level agreements (SLAs). The solution is packed specialized monitoring features that include flexible alerting, cluster failover solution, distributed monitoring, in-depth reporting, maps and dashboards, and more.

    Starting Price: € 1300.00/one-time
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    Atera Icon



    Lô đề số Atera is a cloud based all-in-one remote monitoring & management (RMM) platform for MSPs & IT pros. Atera includes everything you need to solve your clients toughest IT problems in one, centralized location. Atera's fixed cost pricing model helps IT businesses of all sizes grow with no extra costs. Fixed Cost with unlimited devices, it's that simple. Start your 30-day free trial today.

    Starting Price: $79.00/month/user Partner badge
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    Lô đề sốAuvik Networks

    Auvik's cloud-based network management software gives you instant insight into the networks you manage, and automates complex and time-consuming network tasks. You get complete network visibility and control. Real-time network mapping & inventory means you'll always know exactly whats where, even as your users move. Automated config backup & restore on network devices means you'll mitigate network risk with no manual effort. And deep network traffic insights is a game changer.

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    Lô đề sốManageEngine

    Lô đề số Site24x7 offers unified cloud monitoring for DevOps and IT operations within small to large organizations. The solution monitors the experience of real users accessing websites and applications from desktop and mobile devices. In-depth monitoring capabilities enable DevOps teams to monitor and troubleshoot applications, servers and network infrastructure, including private and public clouds. End-user experience monitoring is done from more than 100 locations across the world and various wireless carriers.

    Starting Price: $9.00/month
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    XPM platform

    ProtocolSoft Tech., Inc.

    XPM is a commercial quality and enterprise level performance management/monitoring and traffic analysis solution. XPM is a high-performance enterprise product based on Linux, which supports continuous operation of 7*24*365. Therefore, it may not be suitable for individual users, but more suitable for enterprise users who need higher IT service quality. XPM monitoring objects include: 1> Applications using HTTP protocol; 2> Databases (Oracle, MySQL, MS-SQL server); 3> URL Transaction; 4> Network, server and client. Awards of XPM: Innovation Award of ITSS 2018, ITSS is a department of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China. Please note that: The downloadable version here is XPM standard version, which can analyze about 1 Gbps of traffic in real time, and only supports X86 server deployment. If you need vProbe-XPM to monitor virtual machine traffic, or XPM-H version over 1 Gbps, please contact us by email.

    Starting Price: $0/month/module
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    Lô đề sốCondusiv Technologies

    Throughput acceleration software for virtual servers - boosts Windows application performance at least 30%. Guaranteed to solve your toughest application performance challenges on I/O intensive systems, like MS-SQL! V-locity eliminates the two big I/O inefficiencies in a virtual environment that generate a minimum of 30-40% I/O traffic that is nothing but mere noise dampening performance and unnecessarily chewing up precious storage IOPS. Not only can you expect an immediate boost and reclaim 30-40% of your storage IOPS, but many offload upwards of 50% of I/O traffic from storage for big performance gains in the 2X-10X range, by simply allocating a little extra memory on key systems to better leverage V-locity for an even bigger benefit on MS-SQL workloads, Oracle, ERP, VDI, EHR (MEDITECH), Business Intelligence (BI) apps, CRM, Exchange, SharePoint, file servers, backup, and more. Just download and install - no reboot required! Watch Performance return and shadow IT problems disappear!

    Starting Price: $524.95
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    See inside any stack, any app, at any scale, anywhere with Datadog, a modern monitoring and analytics solution for modern teams with hybrid cloud environments. Datadog gives teams end-to-end visibility across systems, apps, and services, improving agility and increasing efficiency. Datadog makes this possible by seamlessly aggregating metrics and events across the full Devops stack. Start monitoring with Datadog effortlessly in minutes.

    Starting Price: $15.00/month/user
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    SolarWinds Database Performance Analyzer


    Lô đề số Quickly pinpoint performance issues with SolarWinds® Database Performance Analyzer (DPA) while providing expert advice with tuning advisors. Anomaly detection powered by machine learning allows DBAs to proactively optimize databases before small issues become big problems. Real-time analysis with 24/7 monitoring and automated alerts provides the time an error occurred instead of just knowing it was “sometime last week.” DPA helps ease the use of more than 20 cross-platform databases in hybrid, on-premises and cloud environments.

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    Splunk Enterprise


    Go from data to business outcomes faster than ever before with Splunk. Splunk Enterprise makes it simple to collect, analyze and act upon the untapped value of the big data generated by your technology infrastructure, security systems and business applications—giving you the insights to drive operational performance and business results. Collect and index log and machine data from any source. Combine your machine data with data in your relational databases, data warehouses and Hadoop and NoSQL data stores. Multi-site clustering and automatic load balancing scale to support hundreds of terabytes of data per day, optimize response times and provide continuous availability. The Splunk platform makes it easy to customize Splunk Enterprise to meet the needs of any project. Developers can build custom Splunk applications or integrate Splunk data into other applications. Apps from Splunk, our partners and our community enhance and extend the power of the Splunk platform.

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    New Relic

    New Relic

    New Relic is a United States software company that was founded in 2008, and offers a software title called New Relic. New Relic offers training via documentation, live online, webinars, and in person sessions. New Relic offers a free trial. New Relic is application performance management software, and includes features such as availability testing, event logs, Event-Based notifications, performance metrics, real time monitoring, transaction monitoring, and uptime reporting. With regards to system requirements, New Relic is available as SaaS, iPhone, iPad, and Android software. New Relic includes 24/7 live support. Some alternative products to New Relic include SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor, NMIS, and ConnectWise Automate.

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    Amazon CloudWatch


    Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring and observability service built for DevOps engineers, developers, site reliability engineers (SREs), and IT managers. CloudWatch provides you with data and actionable insights to monitor your applications, respond to system-wide performance changes, optimize resource utilization, and get a unified view of operational health. CloudWatch collects monitoring and operational data in the form of logs, metrics, and events, providing you with a unified view of AWS resources, applications, and services that run on AWS and on-premises servers. You can use CloudWatch to detect anomalous behavior in your environments, set alarms, visualize logs and metrics side by side, take automated actions, troubleshoot issues, and discover insights to keep your applications

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    TestCaseLab Icon



    Lô đề số 👍 TestCaseLab = strong test case management = more organized testing = higher quality product 🏆 🇺🇦 Test Case Lab is a Ukrainian test case tool that was created in 2016 by QA engineers of Gera-IT company, which provides outsourcing development services. 🚀 From the very beginning, we knew the main issues that QA engineers may have on their projects about writing test cases as we had them on ours. 🧰 TCLab software allows: ✅ Test lab allows doing less routine work comparing to the usual test case management methods (google/excel spreadsheets or the other tool); ✅ Affordable for any type of business (unlimited users, pay only for test cases); ✅ Speed up the testing process; ✅ Has no needless clicks; ✅ Allows update test cases on the fly during a test run in testcase tool; ✅ Easy to understand where to optimize the testing process; ✅ Makes QA team satisfied; ✅ Redmine, Jira, Pivotal, Youtrack, Asana test case management;

    Starting Price: $40.00/month
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    WebSitePulse provides independent, remote monitoring of your web assets. Some of the most used services are uptime monitoring, website monitoring, server monitoring, web transaction monitoring. For the full list of service visit http://www.websitepulse.com/services/

    Starting Price: Free
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    SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor


    SolarWinds® Server & Application Monitor (SAM) is designed to monitor your applications and their supporting infrastructure, whether running on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid environment. Don’t let slow applications and downtime impact your end users and business services. Pinpoint the root cause of application issues across various layers of the IT stack. Automatically discover your application’s environment and start monitoring, typically in about an hour. No professional services or consultation needed.

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    Splunk Cloud


    Turn data into answers with Splunk deployed and managed securely, reliably and scalably as a service. With your IT backend managed by our Splunk experts, you can focus on acting on your data. Splunk-provisioned and managed infrastructure delivers a turnkey, cloud-based data analytics solution. Go live in as little as two days. Managed software upgrades ensure you always have the latest functionality. Tap into the value of your data in days with fewer requirements to turn data into action. Splunk Cloud meets the FedRAMP security standards, and helps U.S. federal agencies and their partners drive confident decisions and decisive actions at mission speeds. Drive productivity and contextual insights with Splunk’s mobile apps, augmented reality and natural language capabilities. Extend the utility of your Splunk solutions to any location with a simple phrase or the tap of a finger. From infrastructure management to data compliance, Splunk Cloud is built to scale.

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    Spiceworks Network Monitor


    Lô đề số Simple, easy-to-use website monitoring software. Real-time up/down status and alerts for your critical web applications and services. Thousands of businesses use Spiceworks to be alerted on the up/down status of the web applications and services that their end-users need to do their job everyday. Spiceworks Connectivity Dashboard is simple to set up. Install the monitoring agent on any workstation/server, configure the application URLs and start monitoring. Get real-time insights and spot sluggish network connections, or overwhelmed applications – either hosted in your data center or in the cloud – before they crash or users start calling. Coming Soon! Get email alerts when a business critical web application is unreachable by your users: CRM, HR, engineering. Real-time status on critical devices and apps. Get the latest monitoring info without the clutter. Keep an eye on everything within your realm with a single, easy-to-use dashboard.

    Starting Price: $0.01/one-time/user
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    Avantra Icon



    With nearly 20 years experience helping Enterprises and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) globally to better manage their SAP and cloud landscapes, we know what it takes to deliver better service, productivity, innovation and compliance to businesses who rely on SAP. Founded in Switzerland with global presence in UK, USA, Germany and Australia we are well placed to support the largest SAP customers and Managed Service Providers.

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    Amazon CodeGuru


    Lô đề số Amazon CodeGuru is a developer tool powered by machine learning that provides intelligent recommendations for improving code quality and identifying an application’s most expensive lines of code. Integrate Amazon CodeGuru into your existing software development workflow where you will experience built-in code reviews to detect and optimize the expensive lines of code to reduce costs. Amazon CodeGuru Profiler helps developers find an application’s most expensive lines of code along with specific visualizations and recommendations on how to improve code to save money. Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer uses machine learning to identify critical issues and hard-to-find bugs during application development to improve code quality.

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    Elastic is a search company. As the creators of the Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), Elastic builds self-managed and SaaS offerings that make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases. Elastic's global community has more than 100,000 members across 45 countries. Since its initial release, Elastic's products have achieved more than 400 million cumulative downloads. Today thousands of organizations, including Cisco, eBay, Dell, Goldman Sachs, Groupon, HP, Microsoft, Netflix, The New York Times, Uber, Verizon, Yelp, and Wikipedia, use the Elastic Stack, and Elastic Cloud to power mission-critical systems that drive new revenue opportunities and massive cost savings. Elastic has headquarters in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Mountain View, California; and has over 1,000 employees in more than 35 countries around the world.

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    Velocity by Code Climate

    Code Climate

    Lô đề số Velocity provides in-depth, contextual analytics that equip engineering leaders to support stuck team members, address team roadblocks, and streamline engineering processes.

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    AppDynamics Icon



    AppDynamics is a software company based in the United States that was founded in 2008 and offers a software product called AppDynamics. Pricing starts at $3300.00/year. AppDynamics offers training via documentation, webinars, live online, and in person sessions. AppDynamics is mobile analytics software, and includes features such as baseline manager, diagnostic tools, full transaction diagnostics, performance control, resource management, Root-Cause diagnosis, server performance, and trace individual transactions. AppDynamics offers 24/7 live support. AppDynamics offers a free version, and free trial. AppDynamics is available as SaaS, Mac, iPhone, and iPad software. Some alternative products to AppDynamics include Splunk Cloud, Splunk Enterprise, and Traverse Monitoring.

    Starting Price: $3300.00/year
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    Avi Vantage

    Lô đề sốAvi Networks

    Avi Networks is a United States software company and offers a software title called Avi Vantage. Avi Vantage offers training via documentation, live online, webinars, and in person sessions. Avi Vantage offers a free trial. Avi Vantage is application lifecycle management software, and includes features such as authentication, automatic configuration, content caching, content routing, data compression, health monitoring, predefined protocols, redundancy checking, reverse proxy, schedulers, and SSL offload. With regards to system requirements, Avi Vantage is available as SaaS software. Avi Vantage includes business hours support, and 24/7 live support. Some alternative products to Avi Vantage include NGINX Plus, Array's ADC, and Loadbalancer.org.

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    Zend Server

    Zend Technologies

    Lô đề số Zend Technologies is a software organization based in Israel that offers a piece of software called Zend Server. Zend Server features training via documentation, and live online. The Zend Server software suite is SaaS, and Windows software. Zend Server offers online, business hours, and 24/7 live support. Zend Server is application development software, and includes features such as debugging, data modeling, deployment management, collaboration tools, access Controls/Permissions, source control, Reporting/Analytics, code refactoring, compatibility testing, and No-Code. Software pricing starts at $20.00/month/user. Some competitor software products to Zend Server include Stackify Retrace, Heimdall Data, and Salesforce Platform.

    Starting Price: $20.00/month/user
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    Germain Monitoring

    Germain Software

    Germain Software is a software company and offers a software title called Germain Monitoring. Germain Monitoring is application performance management software. With regards to system requirements, Germain Monitoring is available as SaaS software. Some alternative products to Germain Monitoring include Sinefa, Sematext Cloud, and Dynatrace.

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What is Application Performance Management?

As its name implies, application performance management (APM) involves three main areas: app availability, management of the app performance, and improvement of the user experience. When employed, APM monitors two main areas to make sure that the app is running quickly and smoothly. First, it examines the speed of the system and network infrastructure running the software app. Then, it looks at the speed of the end-users’ transactions. By looking at these two areas, APM creates an end-to-end overview of your app’s service and interruptions that may have occurred.

Lô đề sốThis means that your APM is looking at load testing, synthetic monitoring, and even real-user workings to gauge uptime and overall app speed. These measurements are often done through an integrated SaaS, through an on-premises tool, or through a suite of software tools. The main benefit of using APM to manage these areas is that you will get an overall analytic perspective about the app software performance so that you can continue to improve the end-users’ experiences of your application.

As with many technical terms, there is some argument in the software industry about what exactly APM means. Some professionals indicate that the APM acronym stands for application performance measurement or application performance monitoring, but these alternate acronyms really skew the intended meaning of this tool. For instance, calling it application performance monitoring puts the emphasis on the technical monitoring aspect of the tool, indicating that the app should use a device like AlertSite to constantly monitor your performance. Likewise, indicating that software should undergo application performance measurement emphasizes the necessity of data metrics. Another common explanation of APM is application portfolio management, but, again, this term stresses on overall view of a software application’s portfolio rather than digging into the app itself.

Applying today’s software can be difficult and intimidating whether you’re creating online video games, service software, or even personal device apps. The development cycle of applications is intricately involved, and it requires that you take into account the great complexity of the system architecture itself. This complexity will undoubtedly bite you at some point in the process. You will have a team of system administrators, developers, and even testers that must work together throughout the creation process, and just one weak link in this tenuous system can cause you problems. Think of encountering a sluggish API connection or unhelpful third-party CDNs; just these potential issues can negatively impact the performance of your app, leading to more conflicts and eventually a poor opinion by your consumers at the completion of the development.

The current business landscape is cut-throat, and you understandably want to get your app developed from brainstorm to completion as quickly as possible. However, you cannot compress the progression so much that the customer experience suffers; poor performance will lead to the loss of customers, especially for web-based applications. Your app must be easy to use, consistently working, and ready to go at all times. These issues are best addressed with application performance management.

However, this article will focus on the idea of application performance management because this term more clearly encompasses the comprehensive tools and processes of your software application so that you can use it to continue your software development and to address your app quality.

Understanding Application Performance Management

In the past, dealing with application performance management was an area left for system admins and maybe an ops team. Today, however, APM is a necessary tool for just about anyone involved in the software app creation, development, and distribution. Managing application performance has become much easier and more user-friendly than ever before, and it has become a necessary part of the creation, testing, and business processes.

Lô đề sốFor example, software app developers can more effectively manage the quality of their work, especially with your operations team, as they expand the software application. This will allow them to easily troubleshoot and monitor their progress throughout the development process.

Lô đề sốOn the other hand, operations personnel are more likely to use APM tools to create and to run tests for desktop and mobile applicability in an attempt to locate and prevent potential problems with performance in the two interfaces.

Lô đề sốEven your business leaders can get involved, using an APM to track online revenue and to manage web transactions for the business.

Despite having multiple views and applications for this tool, the end goal is really the same: Get a clear picture of the way that the software app works before it goes live and encounters preventable problems. With all the members of your team working together with APM solutions in their respective fields, you will find that fewer issues in app performance will catch your group off-guard. Your team can work together to use the same APM results to discover, to collaborate, and to reduce development problems.

Obviously, all original software applications are created, processed, and distributed differently, and all apps are intended to meet different goals. However, the goal of using APM is basically the same: deliver the best possible user experience.

With the massive complexity of the many different web servers, mobile carriers, cloud-hosting services, and web browsers, the possibility of user problems is massive. As an internet user yourself, you know how the system works. For instance, if you are surfing the web and the site suddenly grinds to a halt, taking forever to load. What is the problem? Unfortunately, it could be one of several different issues. Was it a problematic link? Is there a problem with third-party content? Or is there an issue with the internal processing of your web host? As a user, you might not know, but you are annoyed with the delay. As a business leader using APM, you would be able to monitor issues like these, to identify the problem, and to create a quick solution that improves performance. No matter if the issue was deep in the web layer, in the network, or even in the mainframe backend, APM can reveal the bottleneck, pinpointing the issue and analyzing the root cause.

In addition to these qualities, APM’s load-testing and real-user monitoring tools reveal the ways that others view your website from just about anywhere worldwide. These “visual users’ experience” monitoring tools can look at and even emulate users’ web browsers and mobile devices to discover the speed at which content is displayed and the quality of the page’s visual appeal. This allows your team to view your app from a human perspective, giving them the ability to monitor metrics and fix bugs and to create the best real end-users’ experience, which is the only performance indicator that truly matters.

How Does APM Work?

Lô đề sốConsider the online user experience. What annoys users more than almost anything else? For most people, it is slow response times even more than app unavailability or downtime. Part of the reason is that e-commerce research shows that slowdown happens almost 10 times more often than complete outages, and when those slowdowns occur frequently, it will affect your site’s clientele and ultimately your commercial bottom line. To put it more simply, just because your application is live, it does not mean that it is constantly accessible and working perfectly. You are probably already monitoring your IP protocols and network services, but APM is a more comprehensive approach to this monitoring process that will improve your overall reliability and speed.

Based on research conducted by tech firm Gartner, there are at least five specific areas of application performance management that you should include in your program for a full-featured approach. Those steps include:

  1. End-users’ experience monitoring – Consider this your first step with APM. Ideally, it will help you find an issue as it first negatively impacts your app’s user.
  2. Runtime application architecture – This should include discovery, modeling, and display for your app architecture. These areas will likely be generated and monitored to create an overall idea of your application and your problem.
  3. User-defined transaction profiling – Take a look at your user-defined transactions as they flow through your app as they are exhibited by the runtime of the architecture. This could help you figure out the sources of problems in your transaction process that could be impacting your end users.
  4. Component deep-dive monitoring in an application – After you have completed the previous three steps, deep dive into your results, and consider the context and the impact on the end-users.
  5. IT operations analytics – Finally, take a look at your analytics to discover the true root cause of the issues from all the volumes of data that you have generated in the previous four steps. Even if you do not find any initial problems, keep in mind that looking at your data could allow you to better anticipate potential issues in the end-user experience.

Lô đề sốWhile it may seem that these five steps from Gartner are pretty straightforward, there is a great opportunity here for even further exploration and analytics from the initial data. The technical functionality lends itself well to more APM tools, such as automated packet capture and code injections. In addition, utilizing SaaS solutions will only take a few minutes to set up with APM, which means that users are never running an outdated software and never need to update any components of your app themselves in order to use your software.

The current issue facing many software app companies is that they are not taking full advantage of APM, and this means that they cannot easily cover all parts of Gartner’s steps. Instead, many companies are pulling their current tools from different vendors in an effort to quickly and easily piece together the performance part of their apps. While this effort may help companies get their apps up and running quickly to capture the available audience, it does not help them stay on top of their applicability problems. Then APM functionality slips away even though the app is functional from a business and IT perspective. It also means that Gartner’s initial step, the end-users’ experiences and the most important goal of all, goes by the wayside.

Lô đề sốIf you look at the current marketplace for software app APM, you will see a lot of big data analytics being the focus of vendors. This completely ignores the end-users’ experiences; it does not place the needs of the humans interacting with the apps in importance. If you ignore your users, you will lose their business. There is a reason that Gartner focuses on users first and IT last, and you should maintain that emphasis for your own app as well by continually optimizing your users’ experiences. Focus on your app’s speed, reliability, and functionality, and you will have the most success.

What’s the Future for APM?

Many tech observers criticized the idea of application performance management in the beginning. These naysayers felt that APM was little more than a grand vision that could never deliver the experience that it promised. However, technology is changing fast, and content on the internet is changing even faster. This means that for every second that an application is in slowdown, there is likely a loss in both overall revenue and customer loyalty. The danger of these losses means that APM has now become a necessity for your software application.

Of course, there are still many companies that will simply cobble together their app tools to get their apps up and running. There are also single vendors that will sell completely integrated total packages to your company so that you do not need to make your own system. However, these options are few and far between, and they will not likely be configured specifically for your app.

The application performance management system of the future is rapidly becoming user-experience management, also known as UXM. Even with this shift in system, the end-users’ experiences will remain the most important aspect of your monitoring. Keep your company’s time and money focused on this aspect of the development process. UXM, however, will help you see the places were users’ experiences are less-than-optimal, and it will test your app to diagnose the root cause of the problem. When you know the underlying problem, you can target it very specifically to resolve the issues.

Lô đề sốIf you are considering something like UXM but are unsure of the benefits to making this change, think of the process this way: Why would you continually put time, money, and effort into the arcane system that you are currently using when it would make little or no change in the end-users’ experiences? Why would you throw away all that time, money, and effort? If you are going to work on and pay for updating and truly affecting change on your current app, focus on keeping up with the most current options, like UXM, rather than employing a system that is already or that will soon be outdated.

Pay attention to the details of functionality and perceived performance in your software app. This is the definition of what UXM is and what it focuses on. Set your app’s team to innovating, optimizing, and focusing on the end-users’ experiences, and that will give you a strong advantage over your company’s software app competitors. If implementing this method with fidelity takes you a little more time to develop, it will still be worth it. Your carefully developed end product will be better than the quickly released option of your competitor. When that competitor’s site breaks down, yours will still be running strong, and your users will be thankful and will reward you with revenue and loyalty.

Embrace that fully integrated APM that holds up your users’ experiences, and that advantage may push your software app over the finish line in first while those companies clinging to data analytics become a thing of the past.