Compuware Signs New APM Partnership
March 28, 2013
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Compuware Corporation has entered into an agreement with Amdocs, a provider of customer experience systems and services, to be a supplier of application performance management (APM) for its production environments.

Compuware APM — dynaTrace — will be one of Amdocs’ preferred production monitoring and support solutions, facilitating solution development and testing and helping to drive faster delivery and better solution performance and stability.

“Traditional” APM tools do not provide the flexibility, agility and visibility required to handle the increasing complexity of applications and the underlining environments. Independent vendors like Amdocs are choosing Compuware’s new generation APM since it addresses this complexity, ensuring solution serviceability, a shorter software development lifecycle and faster time-to-market.

Most recently, dynaTrace was used to support the development and testing of the new, Amdocs CES 9 product suite. Its ability to deep-dive into running systems combined with its low operational overhead proved particularly valuable during the functional and scalability testing of the integrated suite.

“Telecommunications is one of our largest industries,” said Blair Drenner, VP of Strategic Business Development at Compuware Corporation. “Compuware’s partnership with Amdocs will deliver the stability and performance expected in an industry where these tie tightly to brand and revenue.”

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