Transaction-Based Capacity Planning

Managing day-to-day IT operations is like piloting a large freightliner; some days, the trip can be smooth sailing. Other days are fraught with stress. Why is our e-commerce site slowing down at 11:00 pm every Thursday? How will… Read More

Correlsense and Coradiant Partner to Deliver Complete Application Performance Monitoring

Correlsense, a provider of IT Reliability™ solutions, announced today that it has partnered with Coradiant® Inc., a leading provider of end-user experience solutions, to offer joint customers an end-to-end solution for monitoring Web application and data center performance. Together, the companies provide complete end-user monitoring along with greater granularity and rich contextual data, reducing the costs and time associated with identifying, isolating, analyzing and resolving application performance problems. Read more…

IT Reliability Through Business Transaction Management

Every organization wants IT reliability: confidence that technology powered business processes will be available, perform well, and adapt to changing business conditions. Companies need to know exactly what is going on and need to be able to predict… Read More

How We Got Started

Lanir Shacham, Correlsense CTO, on how the company got its start by solving the IT war room problem.  Read more…

Correlsense & OnX Partner to Provide IT Reliability

Correlsense, a provider of IT reliability solutions, and OnX Enterprise Solutions, a premier Canadian solution provider of mission-critical computing environments, today announced a partnership agreement. Together, Correlsense and OnX Enterprise Solutions are helping Canadian companies gain greater value from their IT systems by using path detection technology for monitoring transactions in the data center. Read more…

Correlsense to Speak at Philadelphia Computer Measurement Group

Correlsense today announced that Alon Ben-Shoshan, Channel Manager, will be speaking at the Philadelphia Computer Measurement Group on May 21, 2010. Ben-Shoshan’s presentation will detail methods for improving IT performance management. Read more…

First International Bank of Israel Achieves IT Reliability

Correlsense, a provider of business transaction management solutions, today announced that the First International Bank of Israel (FIBI) is improving customer service and IT reliability using Correlsense’s SharePath solution. By automatically monitoring all business transactions in real time, SharePath lets FIBI identify problems, pinpoint bottlenecks and ensure a high level of service from its IT systems. Read more…

Correlsense SharePath – Making Sense of Transaction Data

Written by Jane Clabby, Analyst, Clabby Analytics Back in March 2010, Clabby Analytics wrote a report on a Business Transaction Management (BTM) — an evolving segment of the application performance management marketplace. We described what BTM is, how the market… Read More

Correlsense Receives $8M in Financing

Correlsense, a provider of business transaction management solutions, today announced $8 million in new financing. Accel Partners led the Series B round, which also included funds from Correlsense’s existing investors Vertex Venture Capital, eXceed Technology and ProSeed Ventures. The new financing will support Correlsense’s continued work in redefining the existing application performance management market, growing its customer base, and further developing its distribution channels with partners in North America and Europe. Read more…

IT Systems Eventually Add Up to Enormous Pains

I’m in pain. My upper back is killing me. I’m not sure what it is – whether it’s my recent athletic activities (marathon/triathlon); my surfing swimsuit, which has become more and more friendly with the icy cold water;… Read More

SharePath APM Software Demo

Watch this APM Software demo to see how SharePath records and analyzes every transaction to provide a complete view of where IT performance problems exist. Read more…

Throwing Salt

I’ve never been to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). There were times I was visiting Manhattan once a month and Wall Street in general, but still—never been to the NYSE. So of course I was thrilled that… Read More