Here’s Who Made Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring
By 2025, approximately 50 percent of new cloud-native application monitoring solutions will use open-source instead of vendor-specific agents to boost interoperability, up from only 5 percent in 2019, according to Gartner’s new 2020 Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring.
Application Performance Monitoring (APM) vendors are expanding their ability to predict how application performance impacts digital business along with increased support for cloud infrastructure, says the Stamford, Conn.-based IT research firm.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to move employees from office environments to their homes, which typically are less secure and slower. COVID-19 has made it difficult for enterprises to ensure the performance of business-critical apps and the digital experience for their users. To solve these issues, Gartner said it requires the usage of digital experience monitoring (DEM) products – many of which are highlighted in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant -- deployed where employees are located or cloud-based APM solutions to provide complete visibility and meet performance goals.
Here are the 15 vendors that made Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring.