Computer networks—and the demands organizations place on them—are more complex than ever. Adding to that complexity are performance problems resulting in the growing number of applications that are installed and deployed. This has heightened interest in application performance management (APM).
Like any new technology investment, launching an APM solution starts with making the business case for it – the return on investment (ROI). That includes what the technology costs to purchase, deploy and maintain, of course. Realizing thousands, or millions, of dollars in savings isn’t of great value if you’re paying out similar funds to purchase an APM solution in the first place.
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