Correlsense Announces SharePath Version 2.0
Next-generation transaction management provides insight into the end-user experience
April 26, 2011
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Correlsense announced the availability of SharePath Version 2.0, which enables IT personnel to effectively manage the change inherent in today’s dynamic and complex IT environments.

SharePath’s advanced automatic modeling, analytics and visualization capabilities transform transaction management data into actionable knowledge, ensuring end-users are not negatively affected by new application rollouts, code-pushes, patches, migrations and configuration changes.

Using unique transaction tracking and automatic application behavior modeling capabilities, SharePath enables IT to reduce the risk of outages or other negative impact on end-users. SharePath Version 2.0 features industry-leading innovations that are applicable for any IT environment, including traditional, virtualized, hybrid or cloud.

One-Click-Problem-Isolation: Ensures end users are not affected by performance degradation by instantly pinpointing the defective component with a single click. Even for the most intermittent and sporadic disruptions, this new capability effectively highlights the source of disruption, saving hours, days or weeks of wasted resources and lost business revenues.

Proactive Service Level Management: In today’s dynamic IT environments, measuring service level compliance is not enough. SharePath provides analysis into how service levels can be improved, enabling ongoing application performance optimization and improved end-user experience.

Application Rollout and Code-Push Reports: Using SharePath's advanced application modeling and behavior change detection capabilities, these reports allow IT professionals to proactively identify transaction and application behavior changes that may impact end-user experience before rollouts occur. Quick, safe rollouts and code-pushes ensure the agility needed to support business demands for frequent introduction of new business services.

Global User Experience Management: SharePath differentiates users and service levels based on user geographical location, providing the information needed to ensure the same user experience for all users regardless of location.

“With this new release of SharePath, the impact of daily changes in the IT environment are both visible and manageable, allowing IT to be proactive in maintaining the reliability of existing business services and providing the agility to quickly introduce new or better services,” says Nir Livni, Vice President of Products at Correlsense. “Until now, IT could only hope that these changes would not impact end users, because existing performance management tools provided no mechanisms to understand the true impact of a change or provide a way to isolate problems before rolling out.”

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