APMdigest Sponsor Program

APMdigest is an online authority in the Application Performance Management (APM) and Business Service Management (BSM) technology markets, and it is the industry's only online publication focused specifically on APM. As our sponsors help us meet this objective, they also gain the advantages of market exposure, brand awareness, lead generation and thought leadership.

For more information on becoming a sponsor, contact:

Pete Goldin
Editor and Publisher
APMdigest

Click here to see the list of industry leaders currently sponsoring APMdigest

Getting the Most Out of Your APMdigest Sponsorship

APMdigest Sponsorship Deliverables

All Sponsors will receive:

■ An ad on every web page

■ An ad in the bi-monthly APMdigest email

■ Listing on the APMdigest Sponsor Page with a link to the Sponsor's home page

■ Sponsor's logo in the sponsor slideshow next to the APMdigest masthead, also on every web page

■ Special privileges in the Vendor Forum, including multiple blogging accounts; a logo linking to the Sponsor's website included with each blog; the sponsor's ad included with each blog; and the ability to link to multiple URLs, promotional materials, white papers, webinars, events and more at the end of every blog submitted by the Sponsor. (Non-sponsors can only include a link to their home page, and cannot promote anything in the Vendor Forum.)

■ Links to promotional pages and other URLs in press releases posted in the APMdigest Industry News section. (Non-sponsor news items in the Industry News section do not include any links.)

■ Links to white papers and webinars both on the site and in the APMdigest bi-monthly emails

■ Links to free tools and trial downloads

SPONSOR TIERS

We have 3 tiers of sponsorship available.

Platinum Sponsor

Platinum is APMdigest's premier level of sponsorship, providing a banner ad in a unique and highly visible space on every page of the site. APMdigest offers a limited number of Platinum Sponsorships. Contact Pete Goldin for more details.

Gold Sponsor

The Gold Sponsor is the premier sponsorship of APMdigest with the most visibility. This tier involves placement of a large ad in the center of the site directly above the featured content. Two Gold Sponsor ads are displayed at any one time, and they rotate with each click so that each Gold Sponsor ad has a chance to be a focal point of the page.

The large ad also appears in the center of the page in the bi-monthly APMdigest emails.

In addition, Gold Sponsors have the option to provide an ad in the right column of the site as well.

Gold Sponsors can post up to 8 white papers and webinars per month, 4 per each email.

Gold Sponsors are also eligible for an unlimited number blogging accounts on the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Gold Sponsors also receive multiple benefits on APMdigest's partner site, the APM Buyers Guide. Click here for specific benefits.

Gold sponsorships are available in 3-month and 12-month commitments. Contact Pete Goldin for rates.

Silver Sponsor

Silver Sponsors receive a medium sized ad in the right margin on every web page and in the bi-monthly APMdigest emails.

Silver Sponsors can post up to 4 white papers and webinars per month, 2 per each email.

Silver Sponsors are also eligible for up to 8 blogging accounts on the APMdigest Vendor Forum.

Silver Sponsors also receive multiple benefits on APMdigest's partner site, the APM Buyers Guide. Click here for specific benefits.

Silver sponsorships are available in 3-month and 12-month commitments. Contact Pete Goldin for rates.

The Latest

February 26, 2015

Cameron Haight, Gartner Research VP, IT Operations, has replaced Jonah Kowall as Gartner's leading Application Performance Management (APM) specialist, since Kowall has taken a VP position at AppDynamics. In Part 1 of this interview, Cameron Haight discusses his background, and the focus of his research for the last few years: DevOps ...

February 25, 2015

Cloud computing adoption is increasing globally, with the majority of respondents citing hybrid cloud as their preferred option for greater agility and security, according to a study conducted by Vanson Bourne for EMC Corporation/

February 24, 2015

A shift to continuous integration (CI) and other agile methodologies is driving a massive change in the way that development and testing professionals approach testing, according to an independent, global developer survey titled Web and Mobile Testing Trends ...

February 23, 2015

In my last post, I shared some key findings from an EMA research report published last fall that dove into the ways in which log analytics is being used to support network operations. Building on that, following are five recommendations that EMA is making on how best to think about log data as part of an integrated management architecture and strategy ...

February 20, 2015

Performance testing is imperative for applications to perform as expected in the real world. In particular, business-critical applications need thorough testing to ensure they can bear the stresses and strains of varying demands.

February 19, 2015

Unplanned application downtime costs the Fortune 1000 from $1.25 billion to $2.5 billion every year, according to an IDC report: DevOps and the Cost of Downtime: Fortune 1000 Best Practice Metrics Quantified. The report brings to light the real costs and impact of outages, and offers real insights into the adoption and impact of DevOps practices in large enterprises ...

February 18, 2015

For a successful application rollout, it is vital to assess the user experience appropriately and have an understanding of how the new app impacts your already deployed apps and infrastructure. This requires a great deal of preparation across various IT functions, from network to application teams. To put your team on the path to a successful rollout, take the time to consider the following points before the wide-scale launch ...

February 17, 2015

With agile and lean influencing our thinking, it’s perhaps no surprise that the impetus behind DevOps has come from development. That’s great for the speed side of the equation, but success requires that IT operations also modify their practices. This means ensuring that Application Performance Management (APM) tools and processes are not only supporting the resilience and service goals of production systems, but that they exhibit the functionality needed to help improve customer experience – even as applications are developed, tested, released and deployed. APM can accelerate the benefits of DevOps, but where do you start and what tools do you use? The tech landscape is littered with many products and services all claiming to be the secret sauce that’s going to support a DevOps-like culture. But don’t be fooled, modern APM can only accelerate DevOps when it exhibits four fundamental characteristics. Quite simply it has to be "EPIC" ...

February 16, 2015

Ensuring application performance is a never ending task that involves multiple products, features and best practices. There is no one process, feature, or product that does everything. A good place to start is pre-production and production monitoring with both an APM tool and a Unified Monitoring tool ...

February 13, 2015

APMdigest asked experts from across APM and related markets for their recommendations on the best ways to ensure application performance before app rollout. This final set of six recommendations covers topics including the development environment and deployment ...

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