Opsani Joins the AppDynamics Integration Partner Program
June 23, 2021
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Opsani joined the AppDynamics Integration Partner Program (IPP) designed to empower companies with complementary technologies to integrate with the AppDynamics platform for the benefit of mutual customers and prospects.

Thanks to its AI capabilities, Opsani autonomously remediates system performance challenges in real-time with AppDynamics metrics.

AppDynamics, a Cisco company, is a leader in the Application Performance Monitoring space, with a set of unique capabilities for monitoring application health and key metrics. To help customers get the most out of the joint solution, Opsani has built a value-added connector for pulling key metrics from the AppDynamics Application Performance Monitoring (APM) platform.

“We are welcoming Opsani to our IPP network to help us increase application reliability, enhance services performance, and lower operational costs for our customers,” said Bill Harper, Senior Technical Manager, AppDynamics Integration Partner Program. “Opsani utilizes AppDynamics APIs to pull key business transaction metrics for applications and then uses them to optimize customers’ key cloud applications and business transactions. Opsani fits very well into the AppDynamics Business Observability Platform by providing optimization for production applications at run-time.”

“We are looking forward to working with AppDynamics and taking advantage of their IPP opportunities,” stated Amir Sharif, VP of Product and Strategy at Opsani. “The APM market can now benefit from cloud-native capabilities. APM does a great job monitoring critical apps and functions, but needs AI to be able to use those findings to remediate service issues at machine speed. Opsani solves that problem and customers are now able to take advantage of true autonomous Application Performance Management capabilities. With Opsani, services get the right resource allocation for their load profile and enterprises avoid lost revenue caused by software errors and time outs.”

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