SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – March 9, 2011 – AppDynamics, the leader in application management for the cloud generation, announced today the expansion of its worldwide partner program. TheAppDynamics Partner Program, launched in early 2010, is the company’s global alliance of value-added resellers (VARs), Ecosystem Alliances and Cloud Platform Enablers, created to meet the increasing demand for application performance management addressing modern application architectures in the cloud and data center.
Since inception, the AppDynamics partner program has grown three-fold, adding strategic relationships with VARs such as codecentric (Germany), Ener4Soft (Italy), Software Libre Andino (South America), Compasso (Brazil), NovaTec (Middle East) and Trinidad Consulting (Baltics), among others. Additionally, the company has expanded both its Ecosystem and Cloud Enabler Alliances to include providers such as VMWare, Coradiant and OpSource.
“Most of our customers have built their application architectures on the principles of SOA. In highly distributed mission-critical environments, operations teams are challenged with managing performance and meeting SLAs as architecture and code are ever-changing,” said Alexis Rockenbach, CEO of Compasso in Brazil. “AppDynamics is uniquely designed to address modern applications and we’ve found it to be the best fit for companies that want to dramatically improve the management of their business transaction response time and mean-time-to-resolution of production problems."
Early AppDynamics partners include Amazon AWS, SOASTA, Red Hat, Application Performance and Benzler. The company continues to expand its partnerships throughout Europe, Latin and South America and is actively seeking select partners around the world.
AppDynamics offers the only application performance management (APM) solution designed for highly distributed, dynamic applications in cloud, virtual or hybrid environments. Unlike legacy APM solutions, AppDynamics offers application mapping, root cause diagnostics and the ability to dynamically provision resources for cloud-based applications. Its free version, AppDynamics Lite, helps IT operations and development teams troubleshoot and diagnose application performance issues within minutes. More than 20,000 users have downloaded AppDynamics Lite to gain visibility into their applications in production.
“Most businesses today have high-volume mission-critical or revenue-critical applications deployed in distributed, dynamic environments, including both cloud and traditional data center architectures,” said Peter Abrams, Vice President of Strategic Accounts at AppDynamics. “Our partners have years of experience in application performance management and have specifically chosen to partner with AppDynamics because our solution is purpose-built for these modern applications.”
For more information about the AppDynamics Partner Program, visit https://www.appdynamics.com/about-us-partners.php.About AppDynamics
AppDynamics is the Application Intelligence company. With AppDynamics, enterprises have real-time insights into application performance, user performance and business performance so they can move faster in an increasingly sophisticated, software-driven world. AppDynamics’ integrated suite of applications is built on its innovative, enterprise-grade App iQ Platform that enables its customers to make faster decisions that enhance customer engagement and improve operational and business performance. AppDynamics is uniquely positioned to enable enterprises to accelerate their digital transformations by actively monitoring, analyzing and optimizing complex application environments at scale.AppDynamics reserves the right to change any planned features at any time before making them generally available as well as never making them generally available. Any buying decisions should be made based on features that are currently generally available.
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