On January 24, 2017 Cisco announced its intent to acquire AppDynamics a leading vendor in the Application Performance Management market. The price was announced as approximately $3.7B in cash and assumed equity awards. This acquisition is likely to shake up the management software business at all layers of the stack.
In OpsDataStore 1.2, we added the wire data metrics from our partner ExtraHop to the product. Read the entire announcement here. But for this post we wanted to drill down into the outstanding benefits that come from just combining the metrics and relationships from VMware vSphere with the metrics and relationships from ExtraHop.
On November 1st, 2016 OpsDataStore announced OpsDataStore 1.2 which includes the Intel DCM power and thermal metrics. What this means for OpsDataStore customers is now, at no additional cost, customers get the power and thermal metrics from Intel DCM in OpsDataStore.
We attended AppDynamics AppSphere last week, and it was a great event. All of the attendees were very energized by what they were doing and are going to be doing with AppDynamics – who have clearly cemented themselves in a leadership position in the APM industry.
Whatever you think of the outcome of the Presidential election, one thing is very clear. The experts across the entire political spectrum were spectacularly wrong about this election. No one gave Trump much of a chance, and everyone thought that Clinton had multiple clear and easy paths to victory. Let’s review some of the more prominent predictions.
With VMware having announced the VMware Cloud on AWS Bare Metal, a new segment of the public cloud business appears to be emerging which is focused upon meeting the needs of enterprises with applications that need to be up all of the time, and that need to perform well all of the time. In a previous post we speculated how the industry might transform itself to address this new opportunity. In this post we suggest some criteria that enterprises should use to chose an enterprise grade public cloud.