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Next Generation APM Unified User Experience Monitoring eBook Released by SmartBear

SmartBear Software, the choice of more than two million software professionals for building and delivering the world’s best applications, has released a new eBook, “Next Generation APM: Unified User Experience Monitoring,” exploring the state of the APM space, including how it has evolved, how APIs and the cloud changed everything, the future of APM and the challenges ahead, with a particular emphasis on the problem of lack of unified functionality.

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"Next Generation APM: Unified User Experience Monitoring" – a new Interactive eBook by SmartBear

 

WHERE:

Available at: http://www2.smartbear.com/inbound-alertsite-uxm-unified-apm.html

While APM solutions have been mitigating poor user experiences since the early 90s, only recently have these tools begun to deliver on the promise of proactively identifying and diagnosing performance issues before users are impacted—but they are still far from perfect. Why the lack of unified functionality? Why do we still need multiple tools in order to deliver a single APM solution? Or do we?

SmartBear’s AlertSite UXM™ continuously improves user experience with one, unified application quality and performance monitoring platform. AlertSite UXM uniquely provides both technical performance measurement and visual user experience measurement from more than 80 locations around the world as well as your own environment, to gain a real time view of service quality including availability, performance, consistency and user experience.

“Web users today no longer hope for a positive online experience, but expect it,” said Denis Goodwin, Director of Product Management at SmartBear. “IT departments and business leaders are striving to keep pace with next generation application builds that continue to evolve through the advent of distributed, virtual and cloud-based models. This new eBook demonstrates how AlertSite UXM fills the void in the APM market by marrying user experience and application measurement with root cause analysis in one unified, easy-to-use platform for operations, development and testing teams.”

For a free trial of AlertSite UXM, visit: http://www2.smartbear.com/alertsite-UXM-trial-now.html. On Twitter, follow @AlertSiteUXM.

To download the eBook, visit: http://www2.smartbear.com/inbound-alertsite-uxm-unified-apm.html.

About SmartBear Software

SmartBear is the choice of more than two million software professionals and over 25,000 organizations in 90 countries that use its products to build and deliver the world’s best software applications. The company’s user centric application management solutions support the key software delivery processes of development, testing, API readiness and application performance management across desktop, Web and mobile platforms. With millions of developers, testers and operations teams already using its products, SmartBear is profitable, growing, global and poised to support the emergence of DevOps. Be a smart bear. Get started building and delivering the planet’s next great application at www.smartbear.com.

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