INETCO releases Insight 5.2 APM software

Nov. 14, 2012

INETCO Systems Ltd., a provider of application performance monitoring software, has announced the release of INETCO Insight 5.2. The new version builds on core capabilities of Insight 5, which captures network transactions in real-time and isolates underperforming application and network components — without agents, code changes, or added traffic loads.

Insight 5.2 adds an analytics service that tracks transaction usage and performance characteristics for individual objects (e.g. users, devices, hosts) and reports this data through both the user interface and an API. The new release also includes these features:

A dashboard object-view component that provides the framework to access actionable transaction statistics, such as how many times a particular user has experienced a transaction decline.

An application-programming interface that allows OEM integration partners to stream transaction-based data captured by the software to any management system console.

A field-programmable interface that enables users to create customized statistics specific to their application environments. 

“APM should provide clear solutions, not just monitoring. To achieve this, our customers and partners need easy access to transaction usage and performance data, whether it be to feed a fraud monitoring application, add a critical transaction-centric view to their systems management tools, or enhance a business analytics system,” said Bijan Sanii, president and CEO of INETCO.  “With INETCO Insight 5.2, they bypass the custom integration projects and agents typically required, and now gain access to rich transaction information using non-invasive, network-based capture mechanisms.” 

INETCO Insight 5.2 will be demoed in a 30-minute webinar on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 7:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. PST.

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Topics: Networking / Connectivity , Software , Transaction Processing

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