SOASTA Continues to Expand Digital Performance Management Platform to Deliver Better Performance Data and Efficiency to Digital Businesses
Mountain View, Calif. – May 18, 2016 – SOASTA, the leader in performance analytics, announced today enhancements to its Digital Performance Management (DPM) Platform to better support digital business IT operations and developers. The Spring 2016 Release features advancements in front-end web and mobile performance optimization and support for popular open source tools and frameworks, including JMeter.
“With the rising challenge to deliver a positive customer experience, the CIO organization must develop a prioritized to-do list to thrive in this rapidly changing environment,” explained SOASTA CEO Tom Lounibos. “By analyzing performance metrics in the context of the user’s experience and business impact, SOASTA enables IT teams to prioritize and solve problems directly impacting their users, helping organizations save valuable time and resources.”
He added, “Our focus with the spring release is to meet the evolving needs of IT operations and developers, delivering performance data and efficiency. This product release offers capabilities that improve the way IT Ops and DevOps teams develop, manage and monitor critical apps and services. These enhancements address the top performance challenges faced by companies today and illustrate our ongoing commitment to DPM leadership.”
Key Enhancements and Features in SOASTA Spring Release
About APM and DPM
Lounibos added that the Spring 2016 Release demonstrates SOASTA’s commitment to the changing needs of the market and to advanced web and mobile technology. “DPM correlates important insights from APM, web analytics and testing tools to give organizations real-time, end-to-end visibility control and the ability to analyze, pinpoint, prioritize and predict performance issues based on real user behavior and conversion. With the spring release, we are providing our customers with the latest DPM technology to deliver exceptional customer experiences and business outcomes at scale,” Lounibos said.
“Digital performance management is APM with a company-wide perspective. It goes beyond APM by managing performance in a customer and business context…DPM will subsume APM, providing better insights that lead to action that is more finely tuned to business improvement,” wrote Milan Hanson and James McCormick, Forrester Research, in the February 2016 report, Brief: Take Application Performance To The Next Level With Digital Performance Management.
SOASTA is the leader in performance analytics. The SOASTA Digital Performance Management Platform enables digital business owners to gain unprecedented and continuous performance insights into their real user experience on mobile and web devices in real time and at scale. With more than 100 million tests performed and more than 250 billion user experiences measured, tested and optimized, SOASTA is the digital performance expert trusted by industry-leading brands, including 51 of the Top 100 internet retailers, six of the Forbes Top 10 media companies and seven of the Forbes Top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Target, Nordstrom, Staples, Home Depot, Sears, Walmart, Etsy, Nike, Best Buy, Adobe, Intuit, Microsoft, DIRECTV, Netflix and CBS. SOASTA is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. For more information about SOASTA, visit http://www.soasta.com.
Gaby Perez-Silva, 650-390-6700