AppNeta Announces AppNeta Performance Manager
March 09, 2017
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AppNeta unveiled the AppNeta Performance Manager, a new SaaS-based service that unites the three key aspects of measuring and monitoring application performance in a complete solution by combining application usage, delivery and experience data.

Using AppNeta Performance Manager, IT and Network Operations teams gain confidence in their ability to ensure application delivery for every cloud, for any user, from any location. With AppNeta Performance Manager, IT Ops will be able to automatically see what applications are running across their organization and then set up continuous synthetic and network performance monitoring.

AppNeta Performance Manager integrates AppNeta’s patented TruPath technology to allow customers to see application and network performance across public WAN and internet connections, providing performance insights where the cloud has caused IT organizations to lose visibility.

At the same time, AppNeta has announced an advanced synthetic engine for the measurement of user experience, part of AppNeta Performance Manager. The solution combines Synthetic Transaction Monitoring (STM) with AppNeta’s patented active network insights, providing critical visibility into both application and network performance, leaving behind other STM offerings that are blind to the network.

The new engine supports scripting against single-page applications and other complex, javascript-dependent web-based applications such as Google’s G-Suite or Microsoft Office 365. The engine also offers 100% Selenium compatibility, while also extending the functionality by incorporating AppNeta’s unique ability to create milestones across multiple pages or scripts. AppNeta offers universal script deployment, allowing customers to deploy the exact same script across both internally deployed AppNeta monitoring points, or via AppNeta’s network of over 60 global monitoring points, with no modification.

AppNeta Performance Manager will be available to both new and existing customers in March.

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