Why Enterprise APM Projects Fail

I am on a plane – on my way back from the best ever visit to a customer in the UK. One of our largest customers asked that prior to beginning his project he would like to visit… Read More

What does SLA Mean?

Service level agreements (SLAs) describe how an operation performs within agreed limits. To say that one is operating within the agreed service level means that the average and the average variation from that average (i.e., the variance) are… Read More

Best Practices for Managing SaaS Applications

The proliferation of SaaS applications like is creating a host of new management challenges. For example, how do you measure the performance of applications you don’t host? What real-time data do you have to communicate with business stakeholders? How will you know if SLA commitments are being met?

Five Important IT Capacity Management Trends for 2012

The increase in virtualization and cloud computing has significantly changed the scope and complexity of capacity management. Forecasting hardware needs is no longer enough. You must understand and optimize your business services, applications, and infrastructure through these new platforms.

Business Transaction Management – the Next Generation of Business Service Management

Why a New Generation? What’s Wrong with the Old One? Traditional systems management tools focused on monitoring the health of individual components. Tools like IBM Tivoli, BMC patrol, CA Unicenter, and HP Openview, initially focused on management of… Read More

Service Level Management Made Easy with Transaction Management

Service Level Management can be implemented effectively by using a transaction management solution. Review these key steps. Implementing Service Level Management successfully requires appropriate technology support. Service Level Management involves both business and IT processes that need to be carried out. Transaction… Read More

Transaction Tracing and Stitching

The final episode of this three-part series covers transactions as they traverse the data center through multiple tiers across the infrastructure to the end-user’s desktop. The discussion covers defining the level of the tracking, rules setting, and service… Read More

Correlsense Receives $8M in Financing Led by Accel Partners to Transform Application Performance Management Market

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.

Enhanced Application Domain Support

Correlsense, a leading provider of IT Reliability™ solutions through business transaction management, today announced as part of its SharePath Fall 2009 release it has added Application Domain Support. With this new capability, application owners, application performance and IT operations managers can analyze how application transactions perform across the different components of the data center. It will also provide information for how each application’s transactions can be fine-tuned, in order to optimize performance and reduce costs.

Correlsense Announces SharePath

Correlsense, a leading provider of IT Reliability(TM) solutions through business transaction management, today announced SharePath, a software product that provides a breakthrough in IT reliability by tracing business transactions across all their hops — from a click by the end-user, through all the data center layers and applications and back to the end-user.

IT Reliability in Plain English

Posted by Lanir Shacham At Correlsense, we sell a software product called SharePath, which is the first coherent IT Reliability solution for enterprises. So what is IT Reliability? In general, it is about allowing IT staff to take control… Read More

Gut Feeling

A startup company always needs more money. This is the basic truth of our existence. No matter how much money you raise, you need more. You need to expand, bring more business, more employees to support the new… Read More