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15 Top Application Performance Monitoring Vendors: Gartner

The leading application performance monitoring companies who made Gartner’s new 2020 Magic Quadrant include Cisco’s AppDynamics, Broadcom, Microsoft and New Relic. Read to find out what other companies made the Magic Quadrant.

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Leader: New Relic

Estimated 2019 APM Revenues: $500 million to $750 million

New Relic, which recently hired former Dell Technologies star Jay Snyder as its new chief customer officer, ranks No. 2 for vision and No. 3 for execution on the Magic Quadrant. The San Francisco-based company launched New Relic One in September, which combines all of its capabilities into a single UI. New Relic’s APM is complemented by capabilities spanning DEM, infrastructure, logs, metrics and analytics, while also supporting logs, metrics and traces independent of data sources. Following the acquisition of SignifAI last year to enhance its AIOps capabilities, New Relic expanded support for serverless environments with the purchase of IOpipe in November.

Strength: New Relic has made significant inroads in the enterprises, which now generates more than half of its revenue, while also expanding its presence outside America.

Weakness: The company’s architecture uses multiple agents depending on the language and environment, which adds complexity and differs from competitive single-agent models. 

 
 
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