Dynatrace is the Only Vendor Recognized Every Year as a Leader Since APM Magic Quadrant's Inception 5 Years Ago
WALTHAM, Mass., Nov. 4, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dynatrace, a division of Compuware and the leader in user-centric application performance management (APM), today announced that Gartner has once again positioned Dynatrace in the "Leaders" quadrant of the "Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring (APM)" reporti for the 5th consecutive year. Dynatrace, listed in the Gartner Magic Quadrant under its former name, Compuware, is the only vendor that has maintained its leadership status and been positioned in the Leaders quadrant every year since Gartner first introduced the APM Magic Quadrant in 2010.
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The APM market will continue to grow at a rate greater than most other segments of operations management, according to Gartner. APM accounted for $2.6 billion in 2013, and Gartner expects that number to climb around 10% through 2014 to almost $2.9 billion by year-end.ii
As the APM leader with the world's top APM market share for 2013 according to Gartnerii, Dynatrace continues to grow and reshape the APM landscape. With more than 5,800 customers and the world's largest APM community of nearly 83,000, Dynatrace continues to expand its market leadership and foot print in the APM market by providing its customers with industry leading products.
"All of us at Dynatrace are extremely proud of this leadership recognition for the fifth straight year," said John Van Siclen, General Manager of Dynatrace. "A lot of hard work and innovation goes into delivering on our vision of APM. As we transition to a private company, our pace is accelerating, and we are excited about leading this market into its next phase."
New product innovations that Dynatrace has announced over the last few months, that are driving its APM leadership include:
- Release of Dynatrace Application Monitoring 6.0 and Dynatrace User Experience Management 6.0 that raises the bar for gap-free data capture, delivering unprecedented user behavior and application insights;
- Early access program for Data Center Real User Monitoring (DC RUM) 12.3, with powerful self-learning analytics;
- Dynatrace Synthetic Monitoring with breakthrough analytics that provide performance answers in one click; and
- New free Performance Test that enables any business to compare their users' mobile and web experience against their peers.
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i Gartner, Inc.: "Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring," by Jonah Kowall and Will Cappelli, October 28, 2014.
ii Gartner, Inc.: "Market Share Analysis: Application Performance Monitoring, 2013," by Federico De Silva and Jonah Kowall, May 28, 2014.