Cisco announces intent to acquire Dashbase
The continued shift toward digital business and remote work has made the demand for consistent availability and flawless performance of applications and digital experiences more critical than ever before. The increased demand to deliver seamless digital experiences has caused enterprises to accelerate their digital transformation projects at record speed, leading to more complex and distributed application architectures that, in many cases, are proving too complex to fully comprehend.
No matter the complexity or volume of data ingested, Cisco AppDynamics delivers total visibility of application environments. Our end-to-end visibility allows users to quickly troubleshoot technology issues and streamline incident resolution to maintain user engagement and satisfaction. As a core part of Cisco’s portfolio of observability solutions, we are constantly evolving the Cisco AppDynamics platform to help users better see, understand and optimize the entire technology stack, all from the lens of business impact.
Today, I’m excited to announce Cisco’s intent to acquire enterprise software company Dashbase, adding to our observability capabilities. Headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, Dashbase will enable customers to support broader and more highly unique and uncommon data sources across cloud and traditional environments in a scalable, high-performance way, giving them greater insight into performance issues.
With Dashbase’s logs and events analytics technology, AppDynamics will be able to further streamline case investigation and the resolution process with support for Metrics, Events, Logs and Traces.
The integration of Dashbase’s technology into the Cisco AppDynamics platform will enable customers to accelerate their digital transformation by unifying and taming the complexity of data across technology, user and business domains. We are thrilled to welcome the Dashbase team to AppDynamics, expanding our team with strong talent that has extensive experience building highly scalable data platforms. Cisco Blogs
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