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5 Reasons Why End User Experience Management is not a Dimension of APM

White Paper Published By: Aternity
Aternity
Published:  May 18, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  12 pages

Gartnerís Magic Quadrant (MQ) for Application Performance Monitoring (APM) introduced five dimensions of functionality that they believed APM products must include in order to qualify for MQ consideration. One of those five dimensions is End User Experience Management (EUEM).

The popularity of APM has shined a bright light on only one component of EUEM and has obscured the fact that EUEM is a separate, multi-dimensional solution that is essential to an organizationís performance management initiatives. Enterprises must see what the End User sees, experience what the End User experiences, in order to ensure the effectiveness of IT and business services. This is what EUEM delivers and why it matters.

Download  this whitepaper to learn the five reasons why End User Experience Management is much more than a dimension of APM.



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enterprise mobility, enterprise mobility management, application performance analytics, application performance monitoring, desktop management, desktop monitoring, end user experience, end user experience monitoring, end user experience management, infrastructure monitoring, it performance analytics, it service management, it service optimization, mobile application management, mobile end user experience, mobile user experience, sla management, mobile app monitoring, virtual desktop monitoring, vdi