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Ipswitch Named “Value Leader” in Enterprise Network Availability Monitoring




Leading Industry Analyst Firm Enterprise Management Associates Recognises Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold for Best-in-Class Functionality, Deployment and Administration, and Cost Advantage

London, 02 December – Ipswitch® WhatsUp Gold® network, application and server performance monitoring software has been named a “Value Leader” by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) in the Q3 2014 EMA Radar for Enterprise Network Availability Monitoring System (ENAMS) Report. EMA evaluated 16 vendors and recognised Ipswitch for its leading ‘solution impact’ scores for the breadth and depth of its features, ease of deployment and administration, and cost advantage.
“Ipswitch continues to deliver products that reflect a full and active understanding of what is important for monitoring and managing today’s network infrastructures. In this EMA Radar report Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold scored extremely well, earning the top spot in deployment and administration and the number two spot in overall resource efficiency,” said Jim Frey, Vice President of Research at Enterprise Management Associates. “Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold uses a device-based pricing model and has one of the least complex licensing models EMA encountered. Customers typically deploy the product without any outside professional services. Further, it garnered the highest score in this EMA Radar for user/operator console customisation—a capability called out by several Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold customers as particularly useful/valuable.”
Simple Solutions for Complex IT Problems
Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold network, server and application performance monitoring empowers IT teams in organisations of all sizes to improve the performance and availability of their complex IT infrastructure. Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold allows IT teams to gain the visibility and intelligence they need to solve problems on their networks, applications, and servers before end users experience and report problems like slow application performance.
“EMA’s findings validate our network monitoring product strategy that centers upon creating simple solutions for the complex problems that make life difficult for hard-working IT teams,” said Daniel Okine, Director of Product Management at Ipswitch. “The leadership validation from EMA reflects our ongoing mission to stay very close to our customers to precisely determine how our solutions can evolve to best meet their needs – whether it be a single dashboard to monitor an entire network, or a budget-friendly pricing model.”
For a copy of the EMA Radar for Enterprise Network Availability Monitoring System (ENAMS) Report featuring Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold, please visit: http://info.whatsupgold.com/Analyst-Report-EMA-Radar-for-Enterprise-Network-Availability-Monitoring-Systems_LP-Press-Release.html
To join the October 14 EMA webinar “How to Understand Network Dependencies: Best Practices for Automation and Limiting Risk” led by Jim Frey, Vice President of Research, please register here:http://research.enterprisemanagement.com/network-dependencies-webinar-ipswitch.html





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