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Appnomic Systems Launches Release 4.2 of AppsOne -- Innovative Analytics Software for IT Application Operations

Delivers on Vision of Applying Advanced Analytics to Prevent IT Application Performance Issues

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/14 -- Appnomic Systems, a leading provider of innovative analytics software for IT application operations, introduced Release 4.2 of its AppsOne solution today. With over 700 customer driven improvements in this latest release, Appnomic takes IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) implementation and practical application to the next level.

The new release of AppsOne increases both scalability and deployment speeds. As an example, an Appnomic financial services client with regular volumes of 5,000 + transactions per second (the equivalent of 13 billion transactions per month) and ongoing monitoring and analyzing of over 4,000 components, is experiencing a 3X increase in deployment speeds.

"Appnomic has been out in front of the pack, tackling the complexities of managing IT with new advanced analytics software and techniques," said John Karsner, CTO of Appnomic Systems. "While many companies are now jumping into the ITOA market or saying they have applied analytics, we are moving ahead with complex, challenging, real life deployments based on more than four years of testing and learning. This 4.2 release of AppsOne takes all our hard-won wisdom and enables our clients to achieve the vision of applying advanced analytics to application management in ways that prevent IT accidents from occurring and also taking enterprise applications to a new level of high quality end-user experience."

Appnomic also recently implemented a monalytic automation™ (the combination of IT environment monitoring + advanced analytics + IT automation technologies to achieve IT-enabled business gains) with another banking client who deployed AppsOne to enhance real end-user experience in the online banking part of the business. The result combines prevention (preventing IT accidents that can cause slowness and availability issues) with performance enhancement, enabling higher quality, business enhancing performance.

According to Ray Solnik, president of US Operations, "With the release of AppsOne 4.2, Appnomic is taking the promise of 'Big Data' analytics to the next phase of evolution by linking the analytic insights to value creating and focused automations. These solutions are enabling complex online and enterprise applications to self-heal or self-moderate their performance and costs. Clients with high volume transactional platforms are seeing better end user experience with fewer incidents of slowness and application unavailability, but even more exciting is the ability to deliver differentiated, better performance when it makes a bottom line difference to the business."

About AppsOne
The platform consists of Application Behavior Learning (ABL), a unique approach to what Gartner calls IT Operations Analytics (ITOA). ABL enables automatic threshold discovery (ATD) for application performance monitoring of underlying data center components. ATD eliminates the need for manual setting and management of monitoring thresholds. Instead, ATD sets dynamic thresholds which result in the Early Warning Alerts™ that help prevent IT accidents before they occur. These alerts are enriched with "forensic" data to provide deep insight into root causes and can be linked to automated remediation of application stack problems.

Clients combining AppsOne monitoring and analytics with automation are delivering self-moderating application performance that can conserve budget when needed and also gear up performance to achieve greater customer conversions, lower churn, and higher revenues.

About Appnomic Systems
Appnomic Systems provides innovative analytics software and services that simplify the complexities of managing IT. The company's solutions provide enterprise IT Application Operations (AppOps), DevOps teams, and online companies with the ability to prevent IT application performance incidents like slowness and down time. Appnomic technology also enables users to gear up and gear down application speed based on end-user experience and business goals. The company specializes in serving businesses with high transaction volume operations -- such as banks, large online businesses, and manufacturers.

Appnomic solutions include AppsOne IT operations analytics (ITOA) software, OpsOne data center automation software, and a technology-enabled remote infrastructure managed services called RIMS+ where Appnomic operates as an extension of client IT organizations managing Appnomic software solutions and client IT operations.

Appnomic has customers around the world including top banks and e-commerce portals. The company's global headquarters are in Bangalore, India, and North America headquarters are in Santa Clara, CA. Appnomic Systems is backed by Norwest Venture Partners. For more information please visit the company's website at www.appnomic.com.

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