WhatsUp Gold 16.4 further extends IT team visibility and control to include Linux and Java-based applications, new networked services, and expanded virtual environments. These new capabilities enhance the ability of IT teams to find and fix problems before end users are impacted. Additionally, customers will benefit from a simplified, more-for-less pricing model for Ipswitch’s Application Performance Monitoring designed to provide customers easy and flexible licensing with no surprises – price is based on the number of applications and not on the number of components.
‘We integrated user feedback into WhatsUp Gold 16.4 to provide a great user experience with advanced, but easy-to-use features,’ said Michael Hack, senior vice president of european operations at Ipswitch. ‘The expanded set of monitors and application support are helping us reach new users and satisfying evolving demands of all customers. And our new APM licensing model is simple; you pay by the application without concern for the number of individual components that application contains.’
Amongst a host of new features in Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold 16.4, are included; Extended visibility into more applications; New infrastructure monitoring capabilities; Improved network flow monitoring and simplified user xperience.
A recent survey by Ipswitch that polled 2,685 IT professionals around the world indicated that the top challenges holding IT teams back in 2016 fell into eight distinct categories, with network and application performance monitoring (19 percent), new technology updates and deployments (14 percent) and time, budget and resource constraints (10 percent) among the top responses. In developing WhatsUp Gold 16.4, the Ipswitch team aimed to alleviate these pressures from IT teams by addressing these key obstacles with its new and improved product.
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