New Research : Implement Mobile Application Performance Monitoring for App Analytics and App Quality Visibility
We’ve published new research on mobile application performance monitoring (APM), this research highlights some of the changes in the market over the last year since we published our first notes a year ago. There have been many interesting developments, along with a growing interest among our client base. Some of the changes include the melding of analytics technologies with APM visibility to create stronger platforms to understand end user experience and deeper device and application monitoring. We also analyze behaviors which cause user abandonment, and why quality is an issue within mobile applications.
Additional analysis of the buyers, and future state of the market are included in this research. We are planning on releasing a market guide for Mobile APM in Q1, which will be an update to the vendor landscape we did in late 2013. That research will also include market sizing estimates including usage, penetration, and revenues.
I will be presenting a brand new mobile APM content at the upcoming Gartner Data Center conference which complements this research note (http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/data-center/).
Clients can access this new research here: Implement Mobile Application Performance Monitoring for App Analytics and App Quality Visibility – http://www.gartner.com/document/2913817
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