We’re very proud to be recognized as the distributed APM market share leader once again, but achieving No. 1 status is just a starting point for us.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 26, 2015
Digital Performance Management company, Dynatrace, announced today that IDC is the latest major analyst firm to name the organization the worldwide distributed(i) application performance management (APM) market share leader. In the “Worldwide Distributed Application Performance Management Software Market Shares, 2014: Year of Innovation and Growth”(ii) report, IDC places Dynatrace in the No. 1 position with 13.7% of global market share, outpacing the competition with $305 million in revenue. IDC market share rankings are based on 2014 worldwide revenue.
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In the highly expanding and highly competitive distributed APM market, which IDC sizes at $2.2 billion, Dynatrace continues to lead both traditional and new generation vendors as the company expands its global reach. Dynatrace now outpaces its nearest new generation distributed APM competitor by more than $200 million in revenue and three times greater market share.
2015 is proving to be a breakout year for Dynatrace. According to multiple IT analyst firms, in its first year as an independent company, it’s now the industry's leading performance management solution provider by technology breadth and depth, revenue and customer base. Already the industry’s most trusted APM provider, Dynatrace’s relentless focus on customer experience and supporting digital business is changing the APM game, taking performance beyond IT application monitoring to a key business performance enabler.
Due to this success, Dynatrace Application Monitoring, the company’s new generation digital performance solution, has experienced an impressive 47% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) during the past three years alone. Additionally, with the very successful launch of Ruxit, the revolutionary all-in-one, SaaS-based performance monitoring solution, and the addition of Keynote’s leading cloud–based testing, monitoring and analytics solutions, the company continues to drive and disrupt the market, making superior customer experience the gold standard for new generation performance solutions.
“We’re very proud to be recognized as the distributed APM market share leader once again, but achieving No. 1 status is just a starting point for us. Dynatrace is the catalyst transforming performance management in the digital era and we’re more dedicated than ever to driving the industry forward and expanding what’s possible for our customers,” said Dynatrace CEO, John Van Siclen. “Digital performance is the new business benchmark, and as companies accelerate their migration to the cloud, we provide the only performance platform able to support businesses from pure cloud applications to complex enterprise implementations. With the addition of Keynote and Ruxit, our digital performance suite is the most flexible and powerful in the industry, making companies of all sizes more competitive and successful.”
Dynatrace is the innovator behind the industry’s premier Digital Performance Platform, making real-time information about digital performance visible and actionable for everyone across business and IT. We help customers of all sizes see their applications and digital channels through the lens of their end users. More than 7,500 organizations use these insights to master complexity, gain operational agility and grow revenue by delivering amazing customer experiences.
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(i) The distributed APM software market excludes APM solutions deployed and running on mainframe platforms.
(ii) IDC: “Worldwide Distributed Application Performance Management Software Market Shares, 2014: Year of Innovation and Growth,” by Mary Johnston Turner, Melinda-Carol Ballou, Tim Grieser and Rohit Mehra. (IDC #258369 August, 2015.)