• AppDynamics – Application Performance Management

    Application Performance and Operational Intelligence

    AppDynamics Application Performance Management Software enables businesses to monitor the performance of code in order accelerate applications. The only true measure of performance is user perception. How do you know if your users are getting frustrated with slow response times and transaction errors?

    AppDynamics next generation application intelligence allows companies to accelerate their digital transformation and optimise every customer’s experience.


    Here’s just some of the benefits of AppDynamics:

    • Unified monitoring across many application types
    • Single pane of glass
    • Real time alerting
    • Track performance 24/7
    • Complete visibility into distributed transactions
    • Drill down to code detail and SQL
    • Quickly get to root cause of errors and slowdowns
    • Track end user experience for browser and mobile apps
    • Monitor infrastructure and databases
    • Build Business and Technical Dashboards

    Supported Platforms

    • Java
    • .NET
    • PHP
    • Node.js
    • Python
    • C/C++
    • iOS
    • Android

    What is AppDynamics?

    Take a quick, visual look at how AppDynamics application and business performance monitoring gives you real time visibility into your applications and customer experience.


    IG Index

    " The benefits are already emerging across different functions and the great support we have from the AppDynamics team is helping… "

    Augusto RodriguezTechnical Architect

    " Now we're regularly the first to tell our suppliers when they have a problem. "

    Andrew MulhollandOperations Architect

    " I haven't used a product like this before... that's anywhere near as good as what AppDynamics provides. "

    Steve PerkinsSenior Service Delivery Manager

  • AppDynamics – Database Performance Monitoring

    Monitor all databases in a single pane of glass

    More than half application performance bottlenecks originate in the database but most application teams have little or no insight into database performance. This clever Database Performance Monitoring tool delivers 100% visibility, covering top users, programs, SQL and objects, providing not only current but historical data analysis.


  • NetTuna – Network Monitoring

    Continuously monitor the application delivery path

    WAN issues can occur for a number of reasons but the result is always the same: delays across the network often leading to a rapid decline in performance. In every case this creates a high dissatisfaction rate amongst users and represents a real threat to productivity within an organisation.


  • Nexthink – End user IT Analytics

    Get more downtime for yourself – not your end users

    Nexthink marks a step-change in end-user analytics, delivering powerful insights that help you react quickly to slow-downs, investigate poorly performing devices and improve security. Using powerful machine learning, Nexthink can show you what’s normal and what’s not, enabling your team to take immediate action. Nexthink is an essential tool for anyone concerned with IT infrastructure performance, security, management and even HR.


  • OverOps (formerly Takipi)

    Know When and Why Code Breaks in Production

    OverOps detects when production code breaks and delivers teams the source code and variable state that caused it. With no changes to code and less than 1% overhead it simply watches for production errors and exceptions and lets you know the code responsible. You can save hours pouring through log files and trying to reproduce production bugs in a dev environment reducing MTTR by +90%.


  • ScaleArc – Database Performance and Load Balancing

    Unlock the power of modern databases

    ScaleArc makes your apps consumer grade – never down, always fast, scale anywhere. Unlock the power of modern databases without writing a single line of code with ScaleArc’s database load balancing software.


  • Turbonomic – The Autonomic Platform For Any Cloud (formerly VMTurbo)

    Autonomic: Self-managing applications & infrastructure

    Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform enables heterogeneous environments to self-manage to assure the performance of any application in any cloud. Turbonomic’s patented decision engine dynamically analyzes application demand and allocates shared resources in real time to maintain a continuous state of application health.

    Launched in 2010, Turbonomic is one of the fastest growing technology companies in the virtualization and cloud space. Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform is trusted by thousands of enterprises to accelerate their adoption of virtual, cloud, and container deployments for all mission critical applications.


    Here’s just some of the benefits of Turbonomic:

    • 30% faster response time for mission critical and distributed applications.
    • Run on 30% less infrastructure or cloud without impacting performance.
    • Manage 10x more workloads with the same team.

    Supported Platforms

    • Private Cloud
      • vSphere,
      • Hyper-v
      • KVM
      • PowerVM
    • Public Cloud
      • AWS
      • Azure
      • OpenStack
    • Hybrid Cloud

    What Turbonomic Does for The Modern Data Center

    In this video you will learn what Turbonomic does. Learn how Turbonomic’s autonomic platform delivers real-time decisions at every layer of the stack.


    Senior Systems Engineer

    ” We’re really lucky – we have no complaints about performance from developers or end-users…Turbonomic has given us peace of mind… “

    Paul WalshRyanair

    Director of IT Infrastructure & Security

    ” We could experience up to five figures of financial loss per minute if we experience any performance degradation on our… “

    Lee O’DonnellSky Bet

    EDF Renewable Energy

    ” Manual management is not just time consuming, it’s a waste of company resources. With Turbonomic, we give the engine the… “

    Matt McColmSr. Data Center Engineer

    For any type of performance issue, talk to the experts. You’re in good hands.

  • WebTuna – Real User Monitoring

    Usage and Performance Analytics

    Do you know what your users experience when they log into your website, intranet or SharePoint® application? How long does it take to complete a transaction? How does it vary by country or city? By operating system or browser? How can you judge improvements over time as you take corrective actions?


  • YMonitor – Availability and End User Experience

    Availability and End User Experience Monitoring

    The performance of your IT depends on many different components and the eventual user experience is comprised of many levels. Where all of the individual components can appear to perform adequately, the end-user experience can still be unsatisfactory.

    With Ymonitor, you measure the availability and performance of your IT environment from the end-user’s perspective. The actions of an end-user, such as opening the application or ordering a product, are encouraged from various locations and continuously measured. Results are displayed on your personal dashboard so that you have 24/7 insight into the performance of your IT.


    Here’s just some of the benefits of YMonitor:

    • Dashboards for all layers of IT and Business
    • Analytics on your data
    • Benchmarking of your measurements against similar applications
    • Mobile app for up-to-the-minute insight on the go
    • All of the information from your other data sources in one central place
    • Alerts by email or SMS before end-users start to complain
    • Indexes data according to industry standard Apdex
    • Measures the objective end-user experience 24/7

    Supported Platforms

    • Browser Applications
    • Windows Applications
    • Mobile Apps
    • Citrix delivered Apps
    • API testing
    • In fact any thing you can think of where metrics can be accessed programmatically can be pulled into YMonitor.

    Managing complex IT systems with Ymonitor

    Are you responsible for IT in a large organisation? Then you probably know what large IT systems can be like: complex combinations of hardware, software, data sources and suppliers developed in-house, by third parties or in the ‘cloud’.

    For any type of performance issue, talk to the experts. You’re in good hands.