Ensono Releases APM Offering
April 06, 2020
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Ensono released a new application performance monitoring (APM) offering.

Simplifying the most common application management challenges, Ensono’s APM service provides clients with a holistic view of key business applications so they can focus on providing optimal performance for end users. Its real-time visibility into performance enables the removal of application bottlenecks, elimination of inefficiencies and delivery of world-class end user experience.

APM offers clients an in-depth analysis into application performance so IT teams can easily manage complex applications, reduce downtime and increase scalability. This single source of truth shows each application’s impact on the client’s business and supplies application development and infrastructure teams with the necessary tools to troubleshoot potential issues, empowering teams to address performance challenges before they arise.

For clients getting started with Ensono’s APM offering, the process begins with an assessment to better understand key business metrics, application architecture, key stakeholders, demand profile, release plans and any technical restraints. From there, Ensono’s team of experts build custom business dashboards to provide enhanced visibility into application performance and user experience based on key business drivers. Monthly APM reviews are provided to clients to offer actionable insights and recommendations around enhancement, how to resolve issues and identify background challenges.

Ensono understands how critical user perception and experience is in today’s digital landscape, and with APM, IT teams are equipped with a more comprehensive understanding of how users engage with business applications.

“Businesses are only moving faster, and our clients need the ability to identify a problem and act quickly,” said Oliver Presland, VP, Global Product Management at Ensono. “The visibility offered through APM enables clients to see how their entire IT stack is performing in real-time, identify the problem and deliver a solution before the customers are impacted. This kind of visibility enables our clients to be agile and deliver and optimal experience for their customers.”

Ensono’s APM is now available for all clients.

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