Apica has released Apica ProxySniffer 5.0, introducing new capabilities, such as load clustering and multithread support, to give users even more control over their load testing scenarios and help them pinpoint performance problems down to the network and infrastructure layers.
AccelOps announced the addition of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) monitoring, unique geo-location features, as well as enhancements for Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle database monitoring to version 3.6 of its software.
NEC Corporation of America (NEC) announced the launch of its NEC Cloud solutions and expansion of the portfolio to include transformational services that help customers navigate successfully as they move business functions to the cloud.
New Relic announced the availability of key transaction performance management, enabling organizations large and small to take advantage of enterprise business transaction performance tracking.
Fluke Networks announced a new version of the OptiView XG v9 network analysis tablet that provides network professionals with an intuitive, graphical view of network infrastructure to help speed root cause identification and resolve issues fast.
HP can now directly sell Shunra Network Virtualization to extend HP Performance Center and HP LoadRunner performance testing solutions for mobile applications.
Today at Citrix Synergy, CA Technologies and Citrix announced that they are partnering to help enterprises and service providers increase agility and productivity by providing additional management and monitoring capabilities on top of Citrix cloud and desktop virtualization solutions.
Compuware Corporation announced pricing for its deep transaction management solution for optimizing performance of Apache Hadoop applications - Compuware APM’s dynaTrace Enterprise for Hadoop will be offered starting at just $1,000 per Hadoop Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Lacuna Systems launched Indico, a new application performance management (APM) solution designed to maximize uptime of critical web applications for ecommerce and other Internet-based businesses.
Panorama9 is releasing Mac and Linux agent support to extend its cloud-based IT management platform to control the entire IT environment, regardless of what hardware or operating systems are in use.
New Relic, the SaaS-based cloud application performance management provider, announced the availability of New Relic RightScripts for .NET, PHP, and Java on the RightScale cloud management platform.
"Application Bloat" is a significant and growing problem, according a Harris Interactive survey, commissioned by Quest Software to reveal the financial and operational impact that managing massive numbers of applications have on enterprise IT environments.
GFI Software has made a strategic technology acquisition, purchasing a cloud-based multi-platform mobile device management solution from UK-based VizualMobile Ltd.
Only 51 percent of IT managers say their company has an effective strategy for managing and securing BYOD, according to The Mobility Edge: CDW’s 2012 Small Business Mobility Report.
TeamQuest announced the availability of a single KPI that gauges the overall performance health of a system or application in near real-time, called TeamQuest Performance Indicator (TPI).
Dimension Data has consolidated its cloud businesses, OpSource and BlueFire, under the Dimension Data corporate brand.
Ipanema Technologies launched updates to its AppsWork service so that customers get more features and functionality.
Zenoss announced the closing of $25 million in Series C funding led by growth equity investor Summit Partners.
Several vendors in the APM, ITSM and related markets won Golden Bridge Awards.
The total number of datacenters (of all types) in the United States declined for the first time in 2009, falling by 0.7%. triggered by the economic crisis of 2008 and the resultant closing of hundreds and thousands of remote locations with server closets and rooms. At the same time, total datacenter capacity grew by slightly more than 1% as larger datacenter environments continued to rise despite the economic slowdown. According to new research from International Data Corporation (IDC), these trends have continued in the years since 2009 and reflect a major change in datacenter and IT asset deployment that will accelerate further in coming years.