The word is out: two of ManageEngine’s leading products—Applications Manager  (on-premises) and Site24x7  (SaaS)—have been recognized in Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for application performance monitoring (APM) for the sixth time!

The Gartner Magic Quadrant assesses leading application monitoring vendors and rates their products based on specific criteria such as digital experience monitoring (DEM); application discovery, tracing, and diagnostics (ADTD); and artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps). Gartner positions each vendor on two axes: completeness of vision and ability to execute. Each position in the quadrant reflects the experience of real users, which makes Gartner’s Magic Quadrant a credible way to visualize the marketplace.

Today’s APM customers want easy-to-use software that perfectly suits complex application environments. This is why we’re celebrating today—not just because we’ve been recognized for providing this software, but because we’ve shown tremendous growth with consistently new features and enhancements to satisfy the evolving needs of our customers.

We believe earning this position in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant confirms our vision, acts as a true testament to our relentless innovation, and reflects our commitment in eliminating the challenges IT professionals face daily while monitoring their business applications.

Over the next few months, you can expect to see improvements in the areas of cloud and container management, big data infrastructure, and end-user experience monitoring in Applications Manager . As for Site24x7 , we will soon be offering a wide range of features like Stride integration, custom metric monitoring, Azure monitoring, MTR-based network path, and custom dashboard tabs in Microsoft Teams.

We are proud to receive this recognition by leading industry analysts and thank all our customers for the support they’ve extended over the years. We promise to continue our journey towards providing top-notch APM tools.

Download the full Gartner Magic Quadrant report.

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