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NetIQ AppManager 8 Simplifies Application and System Management

By Vangie Beal (Send Email)
Posted January 31, 2012


NetIQ has announced the availability of NetIQ AppManager 8, helping IT operations to better monitor applications and systems spanning physical, virtual and cloud environments.

AppManager 8.0 delivers comprehensive application and system monitoring and management solutions to support the uninterrupted delivery of IT services. With improved usability and responsiveness of AppManager Control Center, operations teams can better centralize and simplify heterogeneous server management across physical and fast-changing virtualized environments.

"Large enterprises and service providers alike continue to rely on NetIQ and AppManager to monitor and manage today’s complex and dynamic application environments," said Travis Greene, Senior Product Marketing Manager at NetIQ. "AppManager 8 is our easiest to use version yet, and delivers greater monitoring fidelity to minimize the chaos when outages occur."

AppManager is designed to address enterprise requirements for reporting, analysis, diagnostics and issue resolution across physical hardware, business applications and the end user experience to help IT organizations manage application performance, keep monitoring current with policies in virtualized environments and collect service level and capacity management data to measure and maintain performance.

Deeper and more comprehensive discovery and inventory of monitored components ensures that auto-deployment of monitoring is done in accordance with policy, leading to greater monitoring fidelity. With AppManager 8, customers can take a phased approach to implementation and upgrade specific capabilities at their own pace, significantly improving their ability to successfully deploy and maximize business value from AppManager.

"Global 50 companies spanning the Energy, Telecommunications, Automotive and Manufacturing verticals are already running AppManager 8 in production, which is a testament to its ability to support the highest demands of service health visibility as well as our ability to help them achieve successful outcomes with monitoring and management solutions," said Greene.

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