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Idera Launches User Community Site

Comprehensive Online Resource Enables Direct Communication Between Product Teams and Users Through Expert Blogs, Tips, Discussion Forums

HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 04/16/14 -- Idera, a leading provider of application and server management solutions, today announced the launch of its new community site, a virtual gathering place for users of Idera, CopperEgg and Precise technologies.

The new community, accessible at community.idera.com, offers Idera's nearly 330,000 users a place to collaborate and share information as well as join ongoing product forum discussions.

Community members can solicit advice from fellow users and Idera experts, including product managers, architects and engineers, as well as vote on new products and feature enhancements. The site will help users optimize usage of Idera, CopperEgg, and Precise products by offering industry-targeted blog posts, insider tips and deep-dive tool explorations.

"Idera has a strong user community of database administrators, system administrators, application developers and devops personnel. Our new community site provides a much-needed forum for these experts to collaborate on common application, system, and database performance issues," said Josh Stephens, Vice President of Product Strategy at Idera. "The community is also a great place to learn how to get the most out of your Idera, CopperEgg, and Precise applications."

"Idera's top priority is our customers, and the new community site is an extension of that focus, enabling a scalable and frictionless conduit between our users and our product management teams," Stephens continued.

About Idera
Idera is a leading provider of application and server management solutions. Idera provides a wide variety of application performance management products including the Idera line of SQL Server management tools, the Precise line of end-to-end application performance management products, and the SaaS-based CopperEgg cloud-focused server and application monitoring solution. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Idera is a Microsoft Managed Partner and has over 13,000 customers worldwide. Contact Idera at +1-713-523-4433 or visit www.idera.com for free trials, free tools and more information.

Idera is a registered trademark of Idera, Inc. in the United States and a trademark in other jurisdictions. All other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective company.

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