Instana Acquires BeeInstant, Signify and StackImpact
December 17, 2019
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Instana has acquired three technologies in the advanced application performance management area to continue to enable Instana’s customers to build, deliver and operate better performing software and services faster.

The three acquisitions consist of two companies, BeeInstant Ltd and StackImpact GmbH, and the Signify technology from JINSPIRED B.V., which will be integrated with Instana’s leading APM solution for microservice applications, providing critical functionality to enhance the ability of Application Delivery teams to monitor and trace high-frequency applications without sampling and deep automated analysis of complex interdependent systems.

The acquisitions augment Instana’s next-generation microservices and Kubernetes performance management solution to deliver high-frequency cloud application metrics, recognize and analyze complex system signals, perform code-level profiling and further automate root-cause analysis.

Some of these innovations include:

- StackImpact – the first polyglot production application profiler

- BeeInstant – a solution in the emerging area of high-frequency metrics analysis in large scale cloud environments

- Signify – a solution to provide insight into complex system signals

“Organizations of all sizes must deliver better software faster while creating more complex systems, involving more stakeholders in continuous services operations and striving for quicker business changes and more frequent software release cycles,” said Mirko Novakovic, co-founder and CEO of Instana. “The addition and integration of StackImpact, BeeInstant and Signify into our APM platform allows Instana to build upon our leadership in providing automated application insights to the broadest set of application stakeholders, including developers, DevOps, SRE, IT Ops and Service delivery teams.”

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