5 Predictions for APM in 2019

As 2018 draws to a close, experts are looking to 2019 and predicting the trends we are likely to see in Application Performance Management. As part of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for December 2018, we are proud to have our finger on the pulse of the industry, future-focused and aligned with customer needs. With that in mind, here are our 5 predictions for APM in 2019.


Data Analytics Is Essential for Application Performance Management

Data Analytics Is Essential. Organizations of all sizes constantly fight against undetected bugs, slow-loading pages, abandoned shopping carts, poor customer experiences, and the inevitable dip in revenue. In today’s dynamic and globally connected IT environments, APM software with full transaction-tracing is absolutely vital.

The Ultimate Guide to APM

Increasingly, IT departments are required to provide reliable, high-performance applications without outages, slow-downs or malfunctions, even in today’s rapidly changing IT environments. This Ultimate Guide to APM E-Book helps navigate the complexities of modern application management through practical steps in planning, choosing and buying an APM solution that fits your current and future needs.

Innovative Strategies for SaaS Application Performance Management

Enterprise adoption of the software as a service (SaaS) model continues to grow rapidly. Earlier concerns about SaaS, including data security and operational reliability, have faded in most enterprises. Many organizations now consider hosted applications as the norm rather than the exception for a growing number of functions.

Application Performance Management For Oracle Forms

Today’s application performance management tools do not provide sufficient capabilities to monitor and manage Oracle Forms-based applications. While you can track basic performance data such as CPU usage, SQL activity, database response times, and session activity, it can be challenging to acquire the real-time data and cross-tier visibility you need to manage your Oracle Forms-based applications if you are an Application Support Engineer, Application Owner, QA Engineer, or Forms Developer.

Why Monitor Oracle Forms?

Monitoring how applications are performing is essential for business success. While applications used to be standalone or server-side, business processes are now far more complex, and include client-server applications, cloud-hosted applications, and a number of hybrid elements, too. Application Performance Management tools give you the granular detail you need across your entire technology stack to see where problems are coming from, and keep your business running smoothly.


Correlsense Recognized as a Key Innovator in AIOps Platform Market

MarketsandMarkets recently released a report on the AIOps platform market, which predicts that the total size of the AIOps platform market will be a USD 11.02 billion by 2023. In their research, they discovered that the major players in this space have leveraged partnerships, integrations and collaboration to deliver strong AIOps platform and its associated services in this growing market.

Managing Performance in Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and Shared Services Environments

Many IT organizations today are deploying applications that rely on Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and shared services models often coupled with a private cloud infrastructure. While these architectures help you become more agile, they also introduce new challenges from Operations, Application Support and Development perspectives.