In a previous article, I summarized that Gartner was seeing increased
inquiries and spending on IT analytics platforms from buyers that
traditionally purchased application performance monitoring tools. This
suggested that one of Gartner's "five pillars of APM" - namely analytics, was
taking center stage.
Now, it seems, Gartner is going one step further in its forecast in a session
at the recent Gartner Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit.
I attended a session by Research VP Will Cappelli and was very interested in
a Strategic Planning Assumption that was revealed.
"By 2018, 25% of the Global 2000 will have deployed an ITOA platform taking
data feeds from a variety of P&A systems up from 2% today and spending on IT
operations analytics will account for 10% of the global spending on ITOM
tools and services, up from less than 1% today"*
I would conclude the f... (more)
Gartner recently published an important report titled "Will IT Operations
Analytics Platforms Replace APM Suites?"* The report is based on Gartner
client Inquiries about enterprise performance and availability strategies and
these enterprises report a near-universal commitment to the idea that
monitoring, performance and availability should be application-centric. At
the same time the report suggests the rate at which investments in new
on-premises Application Performance Monitoring (APM) technology appears to be
slowing down. It attributes this to observations that enterprises h... (more)