Most Approaching APM SaaS Cautiously

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12/06/2012
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Most Approaching APM SaaS Cautiously
Information Management

11/14/12

A majority of enterprises are taking a cautious approach to the adoption of
application performance management as a software service, according to a survey
conducted by IDG Research Services and sponsored by CA Technologies.

However, the adoption rate is expected to increase in the next year, the report says, driven by the expected increase in comprehensive, full-featured APM SaaS solutions,  application complexity, and the DevOps movement. DevOps, a software development method that emphasizes collaboration and integration between software developers and other IT professionals, is designed to help organizations rapidly produce software products and services.

The survey, conducted online among members of the CIO Forum on LinkedIn over the summer, queried more than 100 IT managers and executives and found that most organizations (61%) have no plans to implement APM SaaS. Twenty-four percent use APM SaaS in some capacity, but only 4% use an APM SaaS vendor to monitor all of their critical applications.

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