Compuware APM has been in the application performance management space for over a decade, long before it was fashionable. In 2008 Compuware APM saw things changing rapidly. Disruption in the way applications were being built (agile, DevOps…), in the way they were being architected (SOA, message buses…), and the way they were being deployed (virtualized, cloud…) was accelerating. Unlike big competitors at the time, Compuware APM saw a need for application performance management innovation to address this myriad of disruptive changes.
In 2009 Compuware APM acquired Gomez with its global synthetic network and SaaS delivery model.
In 2010 Compuware APM revamped the Vantage line and introduced the market’s first network-aware APM solution for full Data Center deployments.
And in 2011 Compuware APM acquired dynaTrace, the fastest growing APM start-up in the world with their patented PurePath technology.
When Compuware went private in 2014, the Compuware APM business unit was named Dynatrace.
Based on a global survey of 800 CIOs, this report takes a closer look at the challenges that organizations face in overcoming the hyper-complexity of modern, cloud-centric ecosystems.
In an independent study involving more than 1,200 global IT and business professionals, Dynatrace reveals that it’s commonplace for organizations to encounter customer and revenue-impacting performance problems every five days.
It’s our dedication to innovation and ability to see the market expanding beyond APM and into the modern era of “digital performance management” that earns us a top spot year after year.