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Malaysian companies will benefit from convergence of two technologies, says Compuware

AvantiKumar | May 23, 2013
Compuware's new APMaaS platform is the result of the merging of PurePath from dynaTrace and the Gomez Performance Network into a single cloud-based environment.

Koh Eng Kiong, Regional Director ASEAN, Compuware modified 

Photo - Koh Eng Kiong, Regional Director ASEAN, Compuware.

 

Compuware's APMaaS platform will provide a single cloud-based environment that will help Malaysian organisations to deal with user and business demands, said the technology performance firm.

"Malaysia now ranks 13th out of the 24 economies worldwide in terms of cloud computing utilisation, causing IT organisations to be squeezed between mounting complexity, increased user and business demand, and the manpower and funding to keep up," said Compuware regional director ASEAN, Koh Eng Kiong.

"Now, thanks to the convergence of two of our key industry-leading technologies-PurePath from dynaTrace and the Gomez Performance Network-into a single cloud-based environment, customers now have a complete, on-demand solution for application performance management from the user perspective," said Koh.

The company's APMaaS (Application Performance Management as a service) platform is designed to create a powerful UEM (user experience management) solution, he said.

The solution includes real-user, synthetic, third-party service monitoring, business impact analysis and is the only solution that helps organisations to optimise user experience, manage performance, availability and service levels from a unified real-user and synthetic perspective, all within a single on-demand platform, he added.

Web platform provider for small businesses Go Daddy's lead performance engineer, Marcel Verkerk, said: "Go Daddy uses Compuware APM to manage the performance and availability of its most important applications."

"Now with Compuware APMaaS, we are able to bring next-generation real user monitoring and synthetic monitoring together into a single platform to quickly understand what, where and how, users are impacted by performance problems," said Verkerk. "It allows Go Daddy to address these issues quicker according to business impact, which ultimately leads to a better, more responsive experience for our customers every time they use our applications."

 

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