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Compuware Unveils 2013 Application Performance Management Best Practices and Trends

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The atrium fountain at Compuware headquarters in downtown Detroit. Photo courtesy Maia Cowan.

The atrium fountain at Compuware headquarters in downtown Detroit. Photo courtesy Maia Cowan.

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DETROIT — Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) Wednesday announced the publication of the first volume of its new application performance management best practices collection, titled “2013 APM State-of-the-Art and Trends.” Written by Compuware’s APM Center of Excellence thought leaders and experts, the collection features 10 articles on the technology topics shaping APM in 2013.

For organizations that depend on high-performance applications, the collection provides an easy-to-absorb overview of the evolution of APM technology, best practices, methodology and techniques to help manage and optimize application performance. The APM Best Practices: 2013 APM State-of-the-Art and Trends collection helps IT professionals and business stakeholders keep pace with these changes and learn how application performance techniques will develop over the new year. The collection not only explores APM technology but also examines the related business implications and provides recommendations for how best to leverage APM.

Topics covered in this collection include:
* managing application complexity across the edge and cloud;
* top 10 requirements for creating an APM culture;
* quantifying the financial impact of poor user experience;
* sorting myth from reality in real-user monitoring; and
* lessons learned from real-world big data implementations.

“This collection is a source of knowledge, providing valuable information about application performance for all business and technical stakeholders,” said Andreas Grabner, leader of the Compuware APM Center of Excellence. “IT professionals can use the collection to help implement leading APM practices in their organizations and to set direction for proactive performance improvements. Organizations not currently using APM can discover how other companies are leveraging APM to solve business and technology problems, and how these solutions might apply to their own situations.”

More volumes of the APM Best Practices collection will become available throughout the year and will cover:
* Simplifying Complexity at the Edge of the Internet;
* Performance Optimization: From Java & .Net to the Mainframe;
* Optimizing Cloud & Virtualized Applications; and
* Proactive Performance Engineering & DevOps.

More at www.compuware.com.

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