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OpTier Provides Unmatched Support for PeopleSoft

PeopleSoft Customers Can Turn to OpTier APM to Ensure Smooth Deployments, Upgrades and Ongoing Change Management

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/14/12 -- OPTIER, the leader in Application Performance Management (APM) and providing end-to-end Contextual Transaction Data, analyzing billions of transactions and capturing over 250 billion metrics per day, today announced availability of OpTier APM for PeopleSoft environments. Enabled through new support for the Tuxedo platform, this support brings PeopleSoft users end-to-end visibility into their PeopleSoft environments and diagnostic capabilities that will accelerate deployments, upgrades and ongoing change management throughout the PeopleSoft application lifecycle.

OpTier's unique ability to provide production-ready, low-overhead tracking using its patented ACT™ (Active Context Tracking) technology enables PeopleSoft customers to track each transaction across the entire infrastructure. It gives full visibility where time is spent -- from the end-user response time to relevant individual SQL statement impact on the backend database through the web server network latency. This provides customers with the power to quickly identify and isolate issues within a PeopleSoft environment, and understand whether the root cause lies in the Web, JEE, Tuxedo, Oracle or any other application connected to the PeopleSoft environment.

OpTier APM's transaction-driven approach and ability to pinpoint performance problems can help PeopleSoft customers:

  • Successfully deploy PeopleSoft applications across their enterprise
  • Manage PeopleSoft upgrades without impacting performance on live systems
  • Assist in Change Management by evaluating the potential risk and business impact of making a change
  • Use application mapping to deliver valuable information for PeopleSoft auditing
  • Identify single points of failure for Incident and Problem Management, and to aid in disaster recovery planning with OpTier's transactional approach that keeps data in context

"Oracle's PeopleSoft applications, whether for HR, Finance, or supply chains are required to address complex business requirements that, by nature, span the enterprise," said Amir Alon, CTO at OpTier. "With the end-to-end transaction visibility and diagnostics in OpTier APM, customers will have the unique capability to significantly reduce the time it takes to isolate and troubleshoot issues in their PeopleSoft environments, making problem resolution faster, cheaper and easier."

OpTier APM's breadth of technology and platform support is unique and unsurpassed by legacy APM providers. With today's complex business processes spanning web, middleware, database, messaging, mainframe and CRM systems only OpTier can manage end-to-end and provide the business insights and operational intelligence required to deliver exceptional client experience. OpTier's single integrated platform allows companies to modernize their availability and performance toolset while rationalizing the number of tools, reducing operational costs and simplifying their infrastructure and processes.

OpTier APM Delivers Real-Time Business Transaction Analysis with Deep Diagnostics

OpTier APM takes a unique, business transaction approach that combines horizontal cross-silo management with the depth of vertical monitoring. OpTier APM enables customers to manage performance and service levels from a business perspective. It automatically tracks all business transactions as they flow from the end-user throughout the data center, and through the cloud. It gives customers both real-time and historical insight into how transactions are performing, and where and why they fail through dynamic topologies, dashboards, multi-dimensional OLAP views and customizable alerts. With its deep diagnostics, customers can avoid application outages proactively; isolate, diagnose and resolve problems faster; and manage change and capacity to optimize performance and service delivery.

About OpTier
OpTier, headquartered in New York, is the leader in APM and Big Data Analytics, analyzing billions of business transactions and capturing over 250 billion metrics per day. With transactions in its DNA, OpTier has given the market an award-winning Application Performance Management solution, an industry-leading Big Data Analytics platform, and creates contextual big data that drives transformational initiatives like business impact analysis, CIO prioritization, data center consolidation and virtual and cloud migrations. This actionable intelligence provides global 1000 customers such as Deutsche Bank, Frontier Communications, Morgan Stanley and O2, insights that drive business growth, operational productivity and customer satisfaction.

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