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eG Innovations Shows Strong Momentum in Application Performance Management Market

Record Customer Adoption for Virtualized Desktops and Applications, New Product Release and Patents, New Partners

ISELIN, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 11/15/12 -- eG Innovations, the award-winning provider of automated performance management solutions for virtual, cloud and physical IT infrastructures, today announced its third quarter was highlighted by a record number of new customer wins for management of virtual desktops and applications, product innovation and new strategic partnerships. A report by 451 Research said that eG Innovations is gaining momentum in the application performance management space by building on its steady growth with large enterprise customers.

451 Research noted that eG Enterprise is being used by hundreds of enterprise customers today to provide unprecedented performance visibility, automated cross-silo performance correlation and diagnosis, pre-emptive problem alerting and predictive analytics. These unique capabilities enable companies to accelerate performance diagnosis, reduce operational cost, deliver user satisfaction and unlock the potential of virtual, cloud and physical IT environments.

"Customers are anxious to have a solution that addresses the systemic performance challenges inherent in virtualized environments. Often, these challenges prevent customers from achieving the ROI benefits they envisioned when they embarked on virtualization initiatives," said Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO and founder, eG Innovations. "With eG Enterprise V5.6 our customers will achieve even broader value as we deliver total performance visibility across the virtualized IT infrastructure. Going forward, we will build on our success by focusing on further accelerating the discovery, diagnosis and resolution of critical business service performance issues."

Completing Q3, eG Innovations has achieved these significant results:

Accelerating Customer Growth: Today over 400 enterprise customers use eG Innovations' eG Enterprise to manage their dynamic enterprise IT infrastructures, including VDI, application virtualization, and Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop technologies, besides other conventional IT applications like SAP, Java apps, databases, etc.

Strong Product Innovation: eG Enterprise 5.6 builds on automated correlation and problem diagnosis technology to accelerate performance diagnosis, reduce operational cost, deliver user satisfaction and unlock the true potential of virtual, cloud and physical IT environments. The company was awarded two patents recently. The first one relates to its virtualization-aware automatic root-cause diagnosis technology that correlates application and virtualization performance. A second patent focuses on eG Innovations' In-N-Out monitoring technology for virtual infrastructures that provides correlated outside and inside view of virtual machines.

Strategic Partnerships: eG Innovations and Egenera announced a joint solution that offers customers greater return-on-investment by automating provisioning, performance management and capacity planning. With the joint solution, customers benefit from faster problem identification and resolution, thereby freeing up IT operations time for more strategic initiatives.

eG Innovations announced a partnership with Red Hat whereby administrators can use eG Enterprise to monitor the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization server and desktop platforms -- including the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization hypervisor, datastores, virtual networks and Virtual Machines. Additionally, eG Innovations' software has been validated by Microsoft to work with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).

Additional resources
To read more about eG Innovations in the 451 Research Report written by Dennis Callaghan and Karin Kelley entitled: "eG Innovations leaves no performance stone unturned in latest release" click here or follow the link: (https://451research.com/report-short?entityId=74087)

Join the eG Innovations live webinar on November 29 @ 2:00 pm ET: "Application Performance Management -- 5 Steps to Performance Assurance for Dynamic IT Environments" with APM expert Dennis Callaghan, senior analyst, Enterprise Software Group, 451 Research. Register here: (https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/427030417)

About eG Innovations
eG Innovations provides intelligent performance management solutions that dramatically accelerate the discovery, diagnosis, and resolution of service performance issues in virtual, cloud, and physical service infrastructures. Only eG Innovations offers 360-degree service visibility with automated, virtualization-aware performance correlation across every layer and every tier -- from desktops to applications and from network to storage. This unique approach delivers deep, actionable insights into the true causes of cross-domain service performance issues and enables administrators to pre-emptively detect, diagnose and fix root-cause issues -- before end users notice.

eG Innovations' award-winning performance management and monitoring solutions are trusted by the world's most demanding companies to enable delightful user experiences, keep mission-critical business services at peak performance and deliver on the ROI promise of transformational IT investments. Customers include: JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, Cathay Bank, AllScripts, Honeywell, Samsung, Xerox, Marathon Oil and many more. Visit http://www.eginnovations.com for more information.

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