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AppDynamics Now Available on IBM Cloud Marketplace

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- AppDynamics, the application intelligence leader for the software-defined business, today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of the AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform to the IBM Cloud marketplace. Starting today, IBM clients can easily discover and implement the instant services, runtimes, infrastructure, and instrumentation to push their ideas into the present with AppDynamics.

IBM customers looking to further simplify application development and operations for increased innovation and the industry's lowest overall total cost of ownership (TCO) can opt to include AppDynamics at no additional cost. This platform-as-a-service (PAAS) offering is critical for modern enterprises as infrastructures continuously evolve in the application development process.

The IBM Cloud marketplace offers clients access to more than 100 SaaS applications, IBM's BlueMix™ platform-as-a-service with its suite of composable services, the powerful SoftLayer infrastructure-as-a-service and IBM's rich intellectual capital and deep industry expertise. This single online destination with a suite of cloud services delivers a new buying experience for clients that enables line of business professionals to deploy new services faster; allows developers to build them with greater speed; and offers IT departments more creative, efficient and lower-cost ways to deliver these services.

"Large enterprises need to deliver new and innovative applications in order to keep pace with rapidly changing business requirements. However, unlike small players, the large enterprise cannot afford to gamble its brand on just any cloud platform," said Matthew Polly, senior director of business development at AppDynamics. "Making AppDynamics easily available to the IBM cloud developer community through the IBM Cloud marketplace provides enterprise developers the nimbleness of the Cloud, the stable, reliable service they expect from IBM, and AppDynamics' unparalleled visibility and control required to ensure optimal application performance."

To learn more about leveraging AppDynamics in the IBM Cloud marketplace and to get started, visit http://ibm.com/cloud.

To learn more about how AppDynamics and IBM support the most modern DevOps IT environment and to get started, visit www.appdynamics.com

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About AppDynamics
At AppDynamics, our Application Intelligence Platform helps today's software-defined businesses proactively monitor, manage and optimize the most complex software environments. All in real time, and all in production. With cloud and on-premise deployment flexibility, AppDynamics works and partners with many of the world's most innovative companies. Customers include Citrix, Edmunds, Expedia, Fox News, John Deere, OpenTable, Salesforce.com, Sephora, StubHub and Union Pacific Railroad. For more information, visit www.appdynamics.com.

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