SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and efficient IT management solutions today released its finds from a new report. Conducted in partnership with GigaOM, the new report was titled as Driving Business performance Thorough Application Performance Management. The report conducted a study on executive leaders that explores performance management strategies and the evolving role of Application Performance Management (APM).
The performance management strategies that can effectively manage application performance can ease the process of business goals and customer value delivery. Executives from the enterprises were reported to be using the performance management strategy that is all set to deliver innovation, assist in achieving business goals that cater to different requirements and implementing various tools to assist the organizations in terms of monitoring the users based on real-time experience and providing a composite view of log and performance data. Executives are proactive when it comes to having a business management solution and analytics tool to check application performance.
Denny LeCompte, General Manager of Application Management at SolarWinds, added that technology professionals that leverage management tools to improve performance and monitoring based on tools to achieve a higher level of business goals. It assists in surpassing the required productivity loss due to downtime, poor connectivity, and slow performance that could create a truly customer-centric user experience. A management and performance analytics assist the company in implementing a better chance in keeping pace with the ever-changing market and achieve business success. The report revealed a complete trend when it comes to acknowledge the application performance management; almost all the business leaders set the priorities based what can easily be fixed versus the fact that what matter most for the customers. For 61 percent of business leaders, the primary driver of performance management strategies is to diagnose and resolve problems as fast as possible. While 57 percent of the business leaders feel that managing a complex business application is more imperative, the organizations surveyed were reactive, driven by day to day operations and troubleshooting based on issues raised rather than focus on end user experience.