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AppNeta Brings Full Stack APM Capabilities to MSP Market

AppNeta, the leading provider of full stack application performance management solutions, today announced an Application Performance Management (APM) Partner Program geared to the managed service provider (MSP) market. N-able by SolarWinds, a global leader in remote monitoring and management (RMM), is the first vendor to join the new program. The AppNeta/N-able alliance will focus on co-marketing their complementary solutions — N-able’s N-central™ remote monitoring and management product and AppNeta’s full stack application performance monitoring solutions.

MSPs are well positioned to deliver a significant portion of the applications used by enterprises today. In order to satisfy users’ demands for a positive experience, MSPs need tools that can answer the questions: Who is using my application? Is it available? How well is it performing? And, are the users experiencing what they expect? This requires a unique set of full stack monitoring and management tools. AppNeta is the only vendor to offer full stack APM, in a software-as-a service (SaaS) offering, from the application, through the network, all the way to the end-user.

N-able’s N-central is a leading IT management and automation solution for MSPs. By combining remote monitoring of devices with application performance management, MSP’s can ensure the delivery of best-in-class services to their customers.

The N-able alliance officially launches the AppNeta APM Partner Program, which specifically targets SaaS and technology services vendors. The program includes the complete AppNeta Application Performance Management suite, which would be partner-branded, and offers two go-to-market options: joint referral/sales of partner solutions or OEM enabled partnering with the AppNeta or partner-hosted service.

“We are offering MSPs the opportunity for low-risk entry into the exploding SaaS APM market,” said Jim Melvin, CEO at AppNeta. “The APM Partner Program is a response to requests from our alliance partners, such as N-able, to broaden the benefit we can provide to customers. As resellers for each other’s products, AppNeta and N-able are offering the most comprehensive, multi-layered set of network and application performance monitoring solutions to our respective customers.”

“We welcome this opportunity to expand and formalize our relationship with AppNeta through AppNeta’s new APM Partner Program.” said JP Jauvin, General Manager at N-able by SolarWinds. “By offering AppNeta’a integrated application performance insight and diagnostics with our MSP service automation platform, we can provide IT and network managers with a full suite of innovative solutions enabling them to locate and fix problems before end-users are affected.”

About AppNeta

AppNeta is the Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) technology leader, providing integrated performance visibility that spans the application code, through the network, to the end user. AppNeta’s SaaS solutions give Development, Application and IT Operations teams broad, detailed performance data to see across their web, mobile and cloud-delivered application environments and pinpoint tough performance bottlenecks. With AppNeta, customers have all of the performance data they need to assure ongoing and exceptional delivery of business critical applications and end user experience. For more information or to get started today, visit www.appneta.com.

About N-able Technologies by SolarWinds

N-able Technologies by SolarWinds is a leading global provider of complete IT management, Automation and MSP business transformation solutions. N-able N-Central® is an award- winning RMM and MSP Service Automation Platform. N-able has a proven track record of helping MSPs standardize and automate the setup and delivery of IT services in order to achieve true scalability. N-central is backed by comprehensive business enablement support services and a unique freemium licensing model. Thousands of MSPs use N-able solutions to deliver scalable, flexible, profitable managed services to over 100,000 SMBs worldwide. With offices in North America, the Netherlands and Australia, N-able is 100% channel-friendly and maintains strategic partnerships with Microsoft®, Intel®, IBM®, CA®, and Cisco® among others. www.n-able.com.

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