The Two Companies Partner to Create a Holistic, End-to-End Product Model for Enterprise Application Performance (APM) and Business Service Management (BSM) Monitoring Needham and Framingham, Mass. – March 11, 2014 – Correlsense and Centerity Systems today announced that they… Read More
Mobile applications are all the rage. Steve Perlman has an idea that would eliminate the performance problem where mobile phone users in congested areas cannot get online, because the cell phone tower is too busy. It is called… Read More
Enterprise businesses run on software. There are many variables in application performance. One of them is simply availability: can your employees and users access your software and data when they need them. APM has much to offer here…. Read More
Partnership Helps Keep the 24×7 Insurance Company at Peak Performance London, UK and Framingham, Mass. – February 26, 2014 – Correlsense and ORIAC Solutions Ltd today announced a partnership to help improve the performance of insurance applications throughout… Read More
There are many potential throttles on application performance. A single user transaction can take many hops across multiple servers and networks. This is particularly true in the Cloud. That is why enterprise APM is so important. So, consider… Read More
Mansion Deploys Correlsense’s SharePath Software to Ensure Customers Always Have a Seat at the Virtual Table London, UK – February 4, 2014 – At the ICE Totally Gaming show today, Correlsense announced that Mansion (Gibraltar) Limited will deploy SharePath… Read More
William Hill deploying Correlsense’s SharePath software to monitor application performance and customer retention Framingham, Mass. – January 29, 2014 – Correlsense, the leading enterprise Application Performance Management (APM) company, today announced that William Hill is deploying its SharePath software…. Read More
FRAMINGHAM, MA – December 19, 2013 – Correlsense announced today that it has been selected as an ITOA50, which recognizes the top 50 leading vendors in IT Operations Analytics (ITOA). Announced by the ITOA Landscape, the ITOA50 identifies the… Read More
A recent New York Times article says that Berlin has become a haven for those fleeing the reach of the British and American intelligence services. The documentary film maker who helped Edward Snowden leak documents from Hong Kong… Read More
The pace of change in today’s IT world is truly astonishing. The traditional roles and descriptions between various IT roles have been blurred. In today’s complex IT environments, Development, Application Support, and IT Operations collaborate often to ensure application service levels are met. Operations, traditionally, relied on siloed monitoring tools to figure out how the infrastructure support applications. However, a new and emerging approach called ops-centric APM claims to provide horizontal visibility into transaction’s performance across all the silos that support applications. All the way from the desktop, down to the database and to the application code. In this series of posts, I’ll examine the subtleties of the ops-centric APM approach compared with developer centric APM, and what it means for IT.
Including articles about infrastructure trends, Oracle Forms and IT skills, here are our highlights from this week’s news in the world of Application Performance Management and IT operations: 1) Network World listed Gartner’s top 10 emerging infrastructure trends:… Read More
This week’s highlights include a variety of predictions and cautions for IT departments and their employees. Here are our favorite stories from this week’s news in the world of Application Performance Management and IT operations: 1) John Brandon… Read More
Although Facebook’s IPO garnished mass attention across the airwaves here are the week’s highlights which touch both Application Performance Management (APM) and IT operations: 1) Dennis Drogseth from EMA research announced the merging of their Business Service Management… Read More
Correlsense, a leading provider of transaction management solutions, announced the availability of SharePath 2.5, the latest version of its application performance management platform. This new release includes deeper visibility for code in production environments, broader views across the IT infrastructure, user interface enhancements, and greater analytical capabilities. These improvements allow users to more efficiently isolate the cause of slowdowns, improve end-user experiences, and monitor applications for better service level management.