Originally published here by Kim O’Connor, May 20, 2015.
We are delighted to announce our beta for the IBM Performance Management portfolio, which in this release adds three new on premises offerings, and enhanced capabilities for IBM Monitoring.
The new offerings are the on-premise delivery for IBM Application Performance Management, IBM Application Performance Management Advanced, and IBM Application Diagnostics.
The IBM Performance Management vNext beta includes the following improved capabilities:
â€¢ Enhanced capability for managing IBM Middleware components, including monitoring of IBM MQ and IBM Integration Bus, enhanced transaction tracking for the IBM Java application stack (WAS, IBM HTTP Server, and DB2), and historical reporting
â€¢ Hybrid management options – delivers a single integrated management view across on premises and cloud environment
â€¢ Advanced search and baselining and anomaly detection via integration to IBM’s analytics capabilities
â€¢ Code level diagnostics for .NET, node.js, and Ruby applications (in addition to the existing WAS diagnostics)
â€¢ One interface to navigate application and resource status, transaction topologies, and detailed code level diagnostics
â€¢ Real end user experience monitoring to understand application performance across different devices and browser types
If you are interested in participating in the IBM Performance Management vNext beta program, please contact Kim O’Connor (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an access key. You should receive your access key via email.