Mobile Application Performance Management: Use Cases and Evaluation Criteria

Mobile Application Performance Management: Use Cases and Evaluation Criteria

This IDC study assists LOB, IT operations, and DevOps leaders in evaluating mobile application performance management (mAPM) solutions. This study describes a range of personas, use cases, and evaluation criteria that should be considered when crafting a mAPM strategy. Short profiles of selected solution providers are also included.

"Buyers of mAPM solutions need to consider a number of different factors when creating a strategy and selecting enabling management solutions," explains Mary Johnston Turner, IDC research vice president, Enterprise Systems Management Software. "Careful consideration of the use cases and personas that will make use of the technology with an eye toward future as well as current requirements is critical. Once the needs of the target users have been identified, buyers should conduct a detailed evaluation of each option's scalability, usability, life-cycle cost, and time to value."

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IDC Opinion
In This Study
Situation Overview
Mobility: The Ultimate Disruption Factor in the 3rd Platform
Mobile Application Performance Management: A Key Tool for Brand Protection
Crafting a Mobile APM Strategy
Consider Personas and Use Cases
Prioritize Functional Requirements and Trade-Offs
Scope and Scalability
Pricing and Enablement
Plan for People and Process Considerations
Sample Solutions
Future Outlook
Essential Guidance
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