Compuware has released its Gomez adVantage application performance management system, which it claims is the industry's first dashboard-based tool for the whole app delivery chain.
Pitched at enterprises, service providers and cloud companies, Gomez adVantage combines two performance and monitoring systems, Gomez and Vantage, and is the first fruit of the two companies' integration plans announced in November.
The package also includes consulting services designed to make the system easier to use, and subscription options that allow customers to choose how and when they deploy the software.
"We created Gomez adVantage to address a specific market need. At present, many companies rely on point solutions that provide narrow, technology-centric views into the performance of specific components or processes, a situation that just doesn't suffice in today's dynamic IT environment, much less tomorrow's," said Steve Tack, vice president of Compuware Vantage.
"The only way to truly solve performance and availability problems is through a holistic view of application performance that encompasses the entire application delivery chain. Gomez adVantage provides this holistic view."
Users pay a monthly fee of $1,000 (£615) for a range of performance monitoring and consulting tools, as well as a number of consulting services, including access to the Gomez Open University as well as basic training and monitoring programmes.
Monitoring options include the ability to analyse web-based applications, and the internet backbone and last mile.
Customers currently using either Vantage real-user monitoring or Gomez Web Performance monitoring can upgrade to the new release at a reduced cost, the firm said.
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