Includes support for monitoring Oracle JRockit and IBM JVM, the ability to play sound for critical alarms, and an enhanced performance metric widget to show graphs for additional metrics.
Year 2011 - A quick recap
2011 has been quite a journey for us. Along the way, we shipped a number of versions (9.4 to 10.2), won over the trust of quite a few businesses and were recognized by industry analysts. We would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported us and helped make this journey possible.
Here is a recap of the major features/enhancements introduced in 2011:
Other features included support for monitoring Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ), SSL certificate monitoring, Amazon S3 buckets, automatic discovery and mapping of VMware resources through the vCenter server and more.
ManageEngine included in Gartner's APM Magic Quadrant
Leading industry analysts Gartner has included us in their magic quadrant for application performance monitoring. Applications Manager supports all five dimensions of APM functionality as defined by Gartner, namely end-user experience monitoring; runtime application architecture discovery, modeling and display runtime; user-defined transaction profiling; component deep-dive monitoring in application context; and analytics. Read more >>
And on this note, here's our new year wish for you:
This time, that year
December 2005: Applications Manager introduces support for monitoring Microsoft .NET
"We use Applications Manager for presenting the information we get when we run our own script engine. We are very satisfied about the way we can take SLA to a higher level of our customers."
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