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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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Compuware Extends APM Leadership with New Big Data Pricing
Offers Hadoop Performance Optimization, 24x7 Job Visibility and Automated Hotspot Analysis

Compuware Corporation has announced pricing for a deep transaction management solution for optimizing performance of Apache Hadoop applications. Compuware APM's dynaTrace Enterprise for Hadoop will be offered starting at just $1,000 per Hadoop Java Virtual Machine (JVM).

Applications using Hadoop MapReduce suffer from many of the performance challenges and bottlenecks that plague current distributed applications, though the volume of performance data can be much larger. Optimizing compute and data distribution across nodes, assuring job execution efficiency, identifying I/O bottlenecks, tuning CPU and memory consumption amongst thousands of nodes requires deep insight into the Hadoop environment.

"Hadoop is a critical part of our infrastructure and is used by multiple stakeholders to offer brand marketing insights to our customers," said Amit Gupta, Director of Systems Engineering at Media6Degrees (m6d). "We were amazed by the deep visibility into MapReduce jobs that Compuware dynaTrace Enterprise provided out-of-the-box. With dynaTrace's automated hotspot analysis, we were able to pinpoint the root causes of MapReduce job issues within minutes instead of days. We were also able to quickly optimize our Hadoop environment, which has resulted in significant cost savings. And, being a high growth company, with little time to learn and manage new performance systems, we've been very pleased with the ease of use and myriad automatic capabilities."

With its patented PurePath Technology®, Compuware dynaTrace Enterprise provides unprecedented visibility into Hadoop applications and supports these highly scalable, elastic environments in several unique ways:

  • Zero-Configuration Instrumentation: Out-of-the-box dashboards for 100 percent deep visibility into Hadoop MapReduce performance, with no code changes required and easy to deploy and manage;
  • One-Click Hotspot Analysis: Faster mean-time-to-resolve (MTTR) with one-click hotspot analysis of MapReduce jobs, including long-running and highly distributed jobs. See root cause in minutes instead of hours or days;
  • Automated Performance Analytics: Optimize Hadoop environments and save costs with deep insight into how MapReduce jobs consume resources, scale across cluster and automated performance analytics from the task-level down to individual method execution times;
  • Correlated Cluster Health Monitoring: Monitor Hadoop cluster overall and down to individual machines as well as monitor CPU, memory, disk, I/O and garbage collection to detect and correlate system health to job performance. Proactively fix issues before they impact SLAs; and
  • Automatic MapReduce Error Correlation With Job, Task and Method level Detail: For faster MTTR than any other approach in the market.

"The market for Hadoop applications is exploding," said John Van Siclen, General Manager of Compuware's APM business unit. "Our Hadoop customers seek a new generation APM approach that goes beyond log-file analysis and point tools. They expect an APM system that's built for the Hadoop architecture, supports dynamic, elastic environments out-of-the-box, and is easy to deploy and use. Additionally, customers need this APM system to be affordable for the highly scalable Hadoop environments they run. We believe dynaTrace Enterprise, coupled with our pricing model, will accelerate the growth of the Hadoop market - making highly optimized, highly tuned Hadoop implementations much easier to achieve."

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