CA Technologies Named a Leader in Gartner MQ for APM
March 21, 2018
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Gartner has named CA Technologies a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring Suites.

CA Technologies offers CA Digital Experience Insights, a monitoring and AIOps platform that includes integrated services for application performance management, and user experience and infrastructure monitoring.

“We believe the recognition is validation of our strong vision and delivery of a full-stack AIOps solution that addresses the need of every modern software factory to continuously deliver amazing app experiences, especially in today’s digital economy,” said Ali Siddiqui, GM, Agile Operations, CA Technologies. “Using artificial intelligence and machine learning, CA Digital Experience Insights uses an open AIOps architecture that helps businesses understand how each link in the complex mix of endpoints, shared resources and hybrid environments impacts user experience, giving organizations a deeper understanding of their customers’ complete digital experience.”

According to Gartner, “For most enterprises, APM is now seen an essential element of application-centric IT operations and a DevOps-enabling bridge between production and development on one side and IT and digital business on the other.”

CA Digital Experience Insights, helps DevOps teams to support key business outcomes, deliver an exceptional digital user experience, speed app issue resolution even in the most complex digital environments – such as Kubernetes, container, AWS and Azure monitoring – and optimize for the future. This industry leading solution provides a fully correlated and consistent view of what helps or hurts digital experience.

Gartner defines APM suites as one or more software and/or hardware components that facilitate monitoring to meet three main functional dimensions:

- Digital experience monitoring

- Application discovery, tracing and diagnostics

- Artificial intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) for applications

“Traditional approaches to APM focus on monitoring individual app components in post- development production settings. We believe this recognition acknowledges our work to help customers ‘shift monitoring left’ in the software development lifecycle so defects are remedied quickly to deliver a flawless user experience,” continued Siddiqui.

A new release of CA Application Performance Management, focused on cloud and container monitoring and application to infrastructure monitoring and correlation, provides new and enhanced monitoring capabilities for OpenShift, Kubernetes, Docker and VMware environments.

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