Compuware (News - Alert) Corporation has upgraded its Compuware APM for Big Data to provide enhanced support to companies that are looking to make optimum use of big data projects. These new upgrades now offer extended visibility into Hadoop, NoSQL and Cassandra deployments.
When it comes to big data, companies often struggle with slow jobs and failures. The upgraded Compuware APM (News - Alert) now helps these companies to pinpoint the root cause of such failures and rectify them in minutes. With enhancements for Hadoop, companies can get increased insights into the most active users in a cluster.
Compuware APM for Big Data now features out-of-the-box, zero configuration dashboards for Hadoop, considerably reducing tasks for users, pools, queues and jobs. This provides improved insights into Hadoop-specific metrics and resources consumed by jobs, and also offers increased support for Hadoop 2 and Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) 2.0.
This is the only Hadoop distribution that offers support for Windows along with increased insight into Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS). It also provides support for Cassandra, including recently released CQL3.
"Compuware APM for Big Data is built with the understanding that many organizations are facing major challenges in taming complex deployments and need meaningful, easy and rapid insights in order to maximize their investments and minimize their risks," said Steve Tack, Vice President of Product Management for Compuware's APM business unit. "Our newest innovations and enhancements provide specific advancements across Hadoop, NoSQL and Cassandra to make big data simpler and more straightforward. Compuware APM for Big Data will allow our customers to leap ahead in the analytics race."
Recently, the company upgraded its data center-monitoring application. This new upgrade enables companies to detect the root cause of application performance problems and rectify them before they become too big or complicated. It is named the Data Center Real User Monitoring (DC RUM
Edited by Rory J. Thompson