SmartBear Launches New Application Quality and Performance Management Platform

Date 2014/6/12 10:36:36 | Topic: Product News

SmartBear Software has announced new AlertSite UXM to help application development teams focus on delivering superior customer experiences.
Software teams are under increased pressure to deliver applications that provide a superior user experience while also shortening the time between development and deployment. These APIs provide another point of potential user experience problems. Finally, when user experience issues do occur, determining why critical applications fail to perform as required can be a time consuming and expensive proposition.
AlertSite UXM is the first rapid time to value, easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use platform that unifies load testing, synthetic and real transaction monitoring in a single platform delivered as either a SaaS or on premise offering. AlertSite UXM provides complete monitoring and transaction tracing capabilities, not just for applications, but also APIs to assist in rapid root cause analysis. Pre-deployment load testing can also be performed to ensure application performance. As a single platform, AlertSite UXM unifies the most critical application and API management capabilities with best-of-breed code-level diagnostics. As a result, development, QA as well as operations and business teams can all work from the same data, efficiently share their insights and closely collaborate to reduce the time to find and resolve issues while also moving the organization closer to a continuous delivery software model. 
AlertSite UXM is composed of three new modules:
* AlertSite UXM Synthetic – measures simulated users and includes easy-to-use and deploy transaction tracing based on innovative technology acquired from APM vendor Lucierna
* AlertSite UXM Real – measures actual user transactions down to code level root cause analysis
* AlertSite UXM Load – highly scalable load test service to validate application performance from the user’s point of view

This article comes from Software Development Tools

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