BMC Buys Web Application Performance Management Software Maker Coradiant

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BMC Software this morning announced that it has acquired Coradiant, a privately-held provider of web application performance monitoring solutions.

BMC pitches the purchase as a way to enhance its ability to offer businesses a 360-degree view of service performance (‘from end-user experience and behavior to infrastructure’).

The company says an ‘aggressive product integration plan’ is already underway. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

BMC says its new End User Experience Management solution based on Coradiant’s technology will enable business and IT service managers to see and understand how application performance affects end-user behavior and ultimately the business by providing complete visibility into real-time performance of enterprise, cloud and SaaS-based applications.

Coradiant also brings partnerships, such as the one with Akamai to deliver solutions that manage and optimize the value of application performance acceleration delivered via the cloud.