Shunra Column Makes APMDigest’s List of “Top Articles”

“Don’t Let Perishable Apps Go Bad” 5th Most Read Contributed Article in 2013

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Shunra Software is the authority in network virtualization for software testing.

A contributed column from Shunra's Dave Berg was the 5th most read article of 2013 on APMDigest, a leading application performance management industry publication.

Enterprises want to transform their testing and virtualization capabilities. Our experts are on the forefront of this transformation providing the knowledge and tools to do so.

Philadelphia (PRWEB) January 31, 2014

Shunra Software, the industry-recognized authority in network virtualization for software testing, is pleased to announce that a column written by Vice President of Product Strategy Dave Berg, made APMDigest’s list of “Top Articles and Blogs – 2013.” The article, entitled "Don’t Let Perishable Apps Go Bad," was the site’s 11th most read article and the 5th most read contributed column.

In the article, Mr. Berg shared application testing best practices for developing applications that are designed to last only a few days or hours. Given recent high-profile app failures, such as the Mitt Romney campaign’s voter turnout app “Orca,” this topic was top of mind in the application performance management (APM) community.

“While the purpose of your perishable app might not be for something as important as winning a presidential election, the blowback to your business could be proportional if it fails,” said Mr. Berg. “What you can do is to think about performance as a critical requirement from the beginning. There is no reason why performance for perishable apps should be an afterthought. If you are developing an app, it is for a specific reason and your users will expect it to meet their performance needs. Anything less reflects negatively on your company's reputation and, perhaps, bottom line. Through proper planning, testing, and by having additional resources at the ready, you can ensure your perishable app provides users with a satisfying, rather than rotten, experience.”

“We are extremely proud of all our experts for their continued thought leadership and industry expertise on these important APM topics,” said Bill Varga, Shunra COO. “The fact that this article was one of the most read in such a significant industry publication demonstrates the interest in creating better performing applications. Enterprises want to transform their testing and virtualization capabilities. Our experts are on the forefront of this transformation providing the knowledge and tools to do so.”

For more knowledge and advice from Shunra’s application performance and network virtualization experts, please visit: http://www.shunra.com/resources/on-demand-webinars.

About Shunra
Shunra Software is the authority in network virtualization for software testing. Shunra helps customers reduce IT costs and increase profits by reducing the occurrence of application performance problems in production and ensuring performance is optimized over mobile, Cloud and WAN before deployment. Shunra’s unique combination of production network discovery, virtualization and optimization capabilities are proven to improve the accuracy of software testing, dramatically reduce the occurrence of performance issues and improve application performance by over 40%. Shunra has over 2500 customers, including 75 of the Fortune 100. Shunra is headquartered in Philadelphia and privately held.


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