AUSTIN, TX, November 11, 2009 – ManageEngine, makers of a globally renowned suite of cost effective network, systems, applications and security management software solutions, today announced the release of ManageEngine Applications Manager 9, application performance and availability monitoring software. Featuring new Oracle E–Business Suite Monitoring and AS 400/iSeries Monitoring, ManageEngine Applications Manager provides better visibility into the data center and more comprehensive infrastructure management.
IT administrators must ensure the business applications on which their organizations depend are performing as expected. ManageEngine Applications Manager helps by monitoring the performance and availability of the applications, as well as associated hardware and software, including servers, databases, web services and middleware. Further, Applications Manager provides customizable management dashboards and Business Service Management views, illustrating the way in which applications are supporting business operations.
A distributed architecture and ability to monitor heterogeneous hardware and software environments make Applications Manager an appropriate solution for even the largest enterprise. The new capabilities for monitoring Oracle E–Business software and the IBM AS 400/iSeries announced today, join existing support for monitoring SAP, Microsoft SharePoint, WebSphere MQ, Sybase servers and more.
"We need to understand how critical applications are performing to ensure we keep our business operations functioning at an optimum level," said Luke Oliver, Customer Support Specialist, Chalk Media Service Corp. "ManageEngine Applications Manager allows us to do that. We can keep tabs on the performance and availability of key applications, servers and databases, from a single console. It gives us the information we need quickly and easily. I’m very pleased."
"With its root cause analysis capability ManageEngine Applications Manager is a proven troubleshooting asset to Data Center Managers and Application Administrators," said Gibu Kurian, product manager, ManageEngine. "The support for a heterogeneous application infrastructure helps identify and manage myriad issues quickly. Additionally the graphical views for visualizing web transactions end–to–end, with performance metrics of all components, from URLs to SQL queries, saves precious time for the applications team."
As a complete infrastructure monitoring and data center management suite, ManageEngine Applications Manager covers infrastructure performance management, end–user experience monitoring and application performance troubleshooting. It provides an integrated platform to monitor application servers, databases, web services, sites and applications, middleware, portals and SAP applications. ManageEngine Applications Manager supports a variety of IT environments with the ability to monitor most application servers, protocols and standards. It also includes a hosted end–user experience management service and a Load Testing Tool.
ManageEngine Applications Manager 9 is available now for download directly from the ManageEngine website at www.manageengine.com/apm. Pricing starts at $795 for 25 applications or servers. A 30–day free evaluation, with full functionality, is also available.
ManageEngine is the leader in low–cost enterprise IT management software. The ManageEngine suite offers enterprise IT management solutions including Network Management, HelpDesk & ITIL, Bandwidth Monitoring, Application Management, Desktop Management, Security Management, Password Management, Active Directory reporting, and a Managed Services platform. ManageEngine products are easy to install, setup and use and offer extensive support, consultation, and training. More than 36,000 organizations from different verticals, industries, and sizes use ManageEngine to take care of their IT management needs cost effectively. ManageEngine is a division of ZOHO Corporation. For more information, please visit www.manageengine.com.
Weber Shandwick, for ManageEngine
Alex D Paul Rabidass
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