Impact: Page Resource Timing. The next generation.

Last year we introduced Impact, offering unique data and visualization to connect RUM page performance data to business KPIs.

This powerful tool gives customers the ability to quickly determine where to focus performance efforts to maximize user experience, improve conversions, increase time on site, reduce bounce rates, and any other critical business KPI.

As we know, page level performance is not enough. Page Load Time, Start Render, or even custom timers, don’t tell the whole picture. What your users experience during their visit to your site varies based on many factors, including which resources are served, network performance, CDN caching, performance of your APIs, performance of 3rd party resources, etc.

Waterfall views, like WebPagetest, provide terrific detail into the order and timing for resources, one page view at a time.  A waterfall view gives web developers great insight into page construction, dependencies, and where to find low hanging fruit for optimizations.

What’s been missing is comprehensive visibility into resource performance over time, across all visitors, all devices, all browsers, and all ISPs and networks.  The missing piece in the analytics/monitoring puzzle for devops and webdev teams is this detailed resource performance over time.

At Cedexis, we understand RUM data, and we understand the power of leveraging billions of RUM measurements to improve user experience.  Leveraging our incredible scale, and unique detailed RUM data collection and analytics, we have built an industry-first solution – moving beyond the snapshot view of the waterfall.

We are proud to announce an addition to our Impact solution dedicated to delivering the first comprehensive view of resource performance.

Introducing: Cedexis Impact Resource Timing

Stat-distribution-report-

This is the first and only tool in our industry focused on Resource Performance Analytics. Every resource across all of your sites, every page, every device, for every visitor.

The level of detail is stunning. The powerful reporting and visualizations give you deep analysis to allow you to:
– Quickly see which resources are slowing down your site
– Determine which resources affect your user experience
– Connect resource performance with user experience
– Benchmark the performance of your resources delivered by your CDNs, Clouds, and/or data centers
– Visibility into the performance of your own scripts and APIs
– Determine third party resource performance to help set SLAs
– Filter information to uniquely visualize trouble spots

For more on this important tool – check out our datasheet and drop a line to sales@cedexis.com to get a free trial going.

Internet in France: "Did you say digital divide?"

The lastest report about quality of service over the Internet was published this Wednesday by Cedexis and GESTE.  It seems to be in line with the previous year – with little global growth and stagnant general performance: here is the general assessment.

With, investments in fibre optic and 4G, there was in fact a small enhancement to the quality of service. In the first quarter of 2016, there is an improvement of the median loading time. In the last three months of 2015, the median loading time was about 6.9 seconds. It is now about 6.3 seconds.

Geste-Q11

However – this  benefit is very modest and given the absence of major events in the beginning of this year, (compared to the last quarter of 2015) we believe this largely explains this improvement. While the attacks in November in Paris, and the end-of-year holiday sales have fed the congestion on networks, the first three months of 2016 were calmer, apart from the tragic attacks in Brussels.

The capacity improvement is real. However,  the gap between the loading time of the fastest Internet users and slowest Internet user is getting bigger. Indeed, we find out that the gap between the 10 % of fastest Internet users and the 5 % of the slowest ones was 30 seconds in January and an abysmal 33.5 seconds in March.

Will we continue to see a broadening of the digital divide?  Between users equipped with excellent connectivity and those who draw the short straw? Perhaps, and if the trend is confirmed, we should be worried about the next set of reports: in the next six months, the French networks will be required to support the traffic peaks related to the Olympic Games, the Euro 2016, the Tour de France and Roland-Garros. Summer will be hot.

Find the full report as well as previous editions GESTE on their website.

Internet in France: "Did you say digital divide?"

The lastest report about quality of service over the Internet was published this Wednesday by Cedexis and GESTE.  It seems to be in line with the previous year – with little global growth and stagnant general performance: here is the general assessment.

With, investments in fibre optic and 4G, there was in fact a small enhancement to the quality of service. In the first quarter of 2016, there is an improvement of the median loading time. In the last three months of 2015, the median loading time was about 6.9 seconds. It is now about 6.3 seconds.

Geste-Q11

However – this  benefit is very modest and given the absence of major events in the beginning of this year, (compared to the last quarter of 2015) we believe this largely explains this improvement. While the attacks in November in Paris, and the end-of-year holiday sales have fed the congestion on networks, the first three months of 2016 were calmer, apart from the tragic attacks in Brussels.

The capacity improvement is real. However,  the gap between the loading time of the fastest Internet users and slowest Internet user is getting bigger. Indeed, we find out that the gap between the 10 % of fastest Internet users and the 5 % of the slowest ones was 30 seconds in January and an abysmal 33.5 seconds in March.

Will we continue to see a broadening of the digital divide?  Between users equipped with excellent connectivity and those who draw the short straw? Perhaps, and if the trend is confirmed, we should be worried about the next set of reports: in the next six months, the French networks will be required to support the traffic peaks related to the Olympic Games, the Euro 2016, the Tour de France and Roland-Garros. Summer will be hot.

Find the full report as well as previous editions GESTE on their website.

Cedexis Named to Tech Tour Growth 50

Distinguished As One of Fifty European Companies with Highest Growth

Portland, Oregon and Paris, France — March 17, 2016Cedexis, the leader in performance optimized global traffic management-as-a-service, today announced that the company has been named to the Tech Tour Growth 50. The Tech Tour Growth Forum evaluated 1,175 companies and brings together more than fifty leading European high-growth companies, their investors and advisers.  The selection committee, chaired by Jean-Michel Deligny, Silverpeak, was composed of 18 international venture capital firms, advisers and experts including: Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Accel Partners, Highland Capital Partners Europe, Amadeus Capital Partners, DN Capital, Idinvest Partners, Earlybird and The World Economic Forum.

“Two months after we announced our Series B round, we were recognized in the Tech Tour Growth 50. This kind of validation from the market and the community poises us to complete our mission: to make the Internet faster for everyone,” said Julien Coulon, Cedexis founder. “We are very pleased to earn this kind of recognition – especially from Tech Tour Growth. This organization brings together investors, corporate strategic partners and high-tech entrepreneurs and we are excited to have been named to the Tech Tour Growth 50.”

Through a combination of quantitative research and a qualitative selection process the Tech Tour, in conjunction with the International Venture Club, Dow Jones Venture Source and Go4Venture Advisers, has identified a list of 50 of Europe’s fastest growing pre-exit investor backed companies. Once identified, the Tech Tour Growth Forum Selection committee extends invitations to entrepreneurs that have already built and exited companies or entrepreneurs whose businesses have the potential for hyper-growth and/or stand to disrupt established industries.  Through the Tech Tour Growth 50, the organization identifies the next set of European companies on the brink of “unicorn” status.

“The billion dollar “unicorn” successes that grab our attention are just the tip of the iceberg,” said William Stevens, Managing Director, Tech Tour. “The Tech Tour Growth 50 puts the next layer of Europe’s high-tech, high-growth businesses in the limelight. The Tech Tour Growth 50 Companies have created over 8,000 high-tech jobs, attracted over $3.5 billion of investment and have an estimated combined valuation of $14.2 billion. This is a clear demonstration of Europe’s strength, potential and competitiveness in scaling-up tech businesses.”

Cedexis’ customer base is rapidly approaching 1,000 global enterprises and includes major brands such as Accor Hotels, Airbus, Cartier, Comcast, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Mozilla, PBS and Shutterstock. In addition, Cedexis partners with all leading Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), cloud, hosting and APM providers, globally, to establish the world’s largest performance community focused on improving Internet performance for billions of users worldwide. For more information on Cedexis, please visit the company’s website and follow Cedexis on Twitter at @cedexis.

About Cedexis
Cedexis is the leader in performance optimized global traffic management-as-a-service for businesses that want to ensure 100 percent availability and extend their reach to international markets. The company provides end-user Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring and real-time traffic routing across clouds, data centers and CDN’s. Cedexis’ global web performance solutions provide a comprehensive overview of infrastructure assets, including network and third-party infrastructure providers.  Cedexis Internet Performance solutions allow companies to monitor, control and optimize infrastructure to deliver an exceptional end-user experience. The company is trusted by nearly 1,000 global brands including Accor Hotels, Airbus, Cartier, Comcast, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Mozilla, PBS and Shutterstock.  Cedexis is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with global offices in Paris, San Francisco, Brooklyn and London.

Press contact (USA-Canada):

Jacqueline Velasco
Gutenberg Communications on behalf of Cedexis
Mail: Jacqueline@gutenbergpr.com
Tel: (408) 680-0564

Cedexis is recruiting 4 Major Account Executive

MAE2

Hyper fast growing company, Cedexis is constantly looking for new talents. We are reinforcing our sales team today with 4 Major Account Executive job offers:

You have a passion for the internet, IT, B2B startups and you have a solid understanding of Internet infrastructure including CDNs, Cloud Computing, networks and web performance. You already have 5 to 10 years experience in business development/sales in the cloud, hosting or content delivery markets with a proven track record. You are looking for a new challenge and want to conquer new markets with our technology solutions.

Please apply on every job offer’s page.

 

March 8th: Women in the Internet Hall of Fame.

The history of the Internet, and more generally the development of modern computing has mainly evolved over the last six decades. Today is International Women’s Day, and yet we can only draw a mixed picture of the place of women in the Internet revolution. There have been two feminist waves ,first in the United States then worldwide. The numbers are overwhelming:

  • Women represent in France, 60% of Internet users. In the U.S. Women are nearly half the Internet Users.
  • Despite their numbers, they hold only 32.5% of positions in the IT sector, while a study by the Ministry of Labour published in 2013 put the share of women in overall employment to nearly 50 %
  • The Internet Hall of Fame, the main database of the pioneers of the Internet revolution, only has 12 women in the rankings from 2012 to 2014, as opposed to 77 men. Only 13.48% women.
  • In the French economy in general, women represent 32% of entrepreneurs, 30.3% of members of boards of directors for the CAC 40 companies, 39.2% of executives and private business leaders. The CAC 40 is the list of top companies in France – much like the Dow Jones

The CEO of IBM (Virginia Rometty, CEO), Yahoo (Marissa Mayer, CEO), HP (Meg Whitman) and HTC (Cher Wang, chairwoman) are honorable cases, but far too rare.

The statistics are distressing – but on this March 8, we would like to put forward Women of the Internet Hall of Fame.

Femmes-Internet

An “Internet Hall of Women” for the occasion is in order! So here is is:

  • Mitchell Baker, co-founder of the Mozilla Foundation and evangelist for open source solutions for the Internet.
  • Karen Banks, a pioneer of new technologies and the social change they bring.
  • Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, pioneering and evangelizing DNSSEC domain name security system.
  • Anriette Esterhuysen, executive director of the Association for Progressive Communications.
  • Susan Estrada, founder of CERFnet, one of the first IP networks.
  • Elizabeth Feinler, researcher and head of the Network Information Center in the 60s, then became ARPANET and the Defense Data Network, a “Google prehistory” according to the researcher who published a story brimming with anecdotes (disponible gratuitement en anglais à cette adresse).
  • Nancy Hafkin, a pioneer in the development of networks in Africa at the United Nations in particular.
  • Ida Holz, a pioneer of the Internet in Latin America development.
  • Qiheng Hu, head of the team that brought the Internet to China.
  • Kanchana Kanchanasut, pioneer of Internet development in Southeast Asia.
  • Dorcas Muthoni, founder of Openworld and pioneering new technologies in East Africa.
  • Radia Perlman, inventor of an IP routing protocol.

The Internet Hall of Fame Ranking is imperfect, yet it is the best thing we have to rank the true innovators. As you can see – there have been significant contributions by women (and men) – who have participated in many ways, whether in the technological development of computers or the spread of networks worldwide. Again, rankings of inventors are often incomplete. Yet we want to acknowledge the few women that have already been recognized. Not surprising though, since the computer science history is older than that of the Internet, and that it takes its roots in times when parity was even less advanced.

Here is some fun for Internet researchers, computer scientists, innovative or pioneering to (re) discover: Grace Hopper, Inventor of the langage COBOL, Barbara Liskov, creator of the Liskov Substitution Principle or, to go back even further, Ada Lovelace “pioneer of computer science” and recognized as the first computer programmer.

March 8th: Women in the Internet Hall of Fame

The history of the Internet, and more generally the development of modern computing has mainly evolved over the last six decades. Today is International Women’s Day, and yet we can only draw a mixed picture of the place of women in the Internet revolution. There have been two feminist waves ,first in the United States then worldwide. The numbers are overwhelming:

  • Women represent in France, 60% of Internet users. In the U.S. Women are nearly half the Internet Users.
  • Despite their numbers, they hold only 32.5% of positions in the IT sector, while a study by the Ministry of Labour published in 2013 put the share of women in overall employment to nearly 50 %
  • The Internet Hall of Fame, the main database of the pioneers of the Internet revolution, only has 12 women in the rankings from 2012 to 2014, as opposed to 77 men. Only 13.48% women.
  • In the French economy in general, women represent 32% of entrepreneurs, 30.3% of members of boards of directors for the CAC 40 companies, 39.2% of executives and private business leaders. The CAC 40 is the list of top companies in France – much like the Dow Jones

The CEO of IBM (Virginia Rometty, CEO), Yahoo (Marissa Mayer, CEO), HP (Meg Whitman) and HTC (Cher Wang, chairwoman) are honorable cases, but far too rare.

The statistics are distressing – but on this March 8, we would like to put forward Women of the Internet Hall of Fame.

Femmes-Internet

An “Internet Hall of Women” for the occasion is in order! So here is is:

  • Mitchell Baker, co-founder of the Mozilla Foundation and evangelist for open source solutions for the Internet.
  • Karen Banks, a pioneer of new technologies and the social change they bring.
  • Anne-Marie Eklund Löwinder, pioneering and evangelizing DNSSEC domain name security system.
  • Anriette Esterhuysen, executive director of the Association for Progressive Communications.
  • Susan Estrada, founder of CERFnet, one of the first IP networks.
  • Elizabeth Feinler, researcher and head of the Network Information Center in the 60s, then became ARPANET and the Defense Data Network, a “Google prehistory” according to the researcher who published a story brimming with anecdotes (disponible gratuitement en anglais à cette adresse).
  • Nancy Hafkin, a pioneer in the development of networks in Africa at the United Nations in particular.
  • Ida Holz, a pioneer of the Internet in Latin America development.
  • Qiheng Hu, head of the team that brought the Internet to China.
  • Kanchana Kanchanasut, pioneer of Internet development in Southeast Asia.
  • Dorcas Muthoni, founder of Openworld and pioneering new technologies in East Africa.
  • Radia Perlman, inventor of an IP routing protocol.

The Internet Hall of Fame Ranking is imperfect, yet it is the best thing we have to rank the true innovators. As you can see – there have been significant contributions by women (and men) – who have participated in many ways, whether in the technological development of computers or the spread of networks worldwide. Again, rankings of inventors are often incomplete. Yet we want to acknowledge the few women that have already been recognized. Not surprising though, since the computer science history is older than that of the Internet, and that it takes its roots in times when parity was even less advanced.

Here is some fun for Internet researchers, computer scientists, innovative or pioneering to (re) discover: Grace Hopper, Inventor of the langage COBOL, Barbara Liskov, creator of the Liskov Substitution Principle or, to go back even further, Ada Lovelace “pioneer of computer science” and recognized as the first computer programmer.

Cedexis Lands $22 Million in Financing to Promote Global Growth

Leading Global VCs and Corporate Sponsors Invest in Next Generation Web, Video and Application Acceleration Market

Portland, Oregon and Paris, France — January 26, 2016 — Cedexis, a leader in Internet measurement and optimization, today announced the closing of a $22 million Series B financing round, bringing total company funding to $33 million. Ginko Ventures led the round, with participation from Foxconn, Nokia Growth Partners (NGP), Citrix Systems Ventures as well as Cedexis’ Series A investors, Advanced Technology Ventures and Madrona Ventures. This latest investment will support immediate opportunities to drive global growth as well as to broaden solutions for accelerating over-the-top (OTT) video, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) services and web application delivery.

“The web is now at the core of value delivery in almost every industry, making web performance mission critical for most enterprises. Cedexis dramatically increases an enterprise’s ability to improve their users’ Quality of Experience (QoE) over shared ‘best effort’ networks and clouds,” said Scott Grout, CEO of Cedexis.  “We have a very unique approach of crowd-sourcing billions of daily end-user measurements from a shared community of hundreds of participating global enterprises.  This data set yields unprecedented real-time visibility into global web performance which we then use to optimally route users across multiple networks (CDNs), clouds or data centers dramatically improving their experiences.  This increases consumer engagement and measurably improves business results for the enterprise,” said Scott Grout, Cedexis CEO.

“Global enterprises using Cedexis are at the leading edge of a revolution in how companies proactively manage their value delivery across shared Internet infrastructure,” said Dominique Pitteloud Managing Director at Ginko Ventures.  “Cedexis’ focus on improving user QoE, and thus increasing enterprise revenues, customer retention and conversion rates, is impressive.  It aligns well with Foxconn Group’s desire to invest in successful technology providers, including those focused on software value creation,” continued Fang-Ming Lu, EVP of Foxconn (a principle LP in Ginko Ventures).

Cedexis is at the forefront of the transition to cloud-centric SaaS infrastructure.  The Cedexis approach of informing their global traffic management solution using crowd-sourced data, from the very audiences that utilize their customers’ web applications, is truly novel and differentiated in the marketplace”, said Andy Cohen, VP of Strategic Development of Citrix.

“With their ability to optimize Internet performance and cost in real-time, Cedexis is a real game-changer for enterprises” said Bo Ilsoe, Managing partner at NGP.  “With deep roots in both the US and France, we are delighted to invest in Cedexis and help accelerate their global expansion.”

Cedexis’ customer base is rapidly approaching 1,000 global enterprises and includes major brands such as Accor Hotels, Airbus, Bloomberg, Comcast, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nissan, PBS, Tumblr and Shutterstock.  In addition, Cedexis partners with all leading CDN, cloud, hosting and APM providers, globally, to establish the world’s largest performance community focused on improving Internet performance for billions of users worldwide.

In addition to the $22M in equity financing, the company secured a $770K business development loan from bpifrance, a leading French investment bank that actively promotes fast-growing global companies with roots in France.  The total $22.8 million of new funding will be used to extensively expand the size and global reach of Cedexis as well as to accelerate customer growth.  Cedexis will be increasing investments and hiring in engineering, marketing and sales. For more information on Cedexis, please visit the company’s website and follow Cedexis on Twitter at @cedexis.

About Cedexis
Cedexis provides web-scale, end-user-experience monitoring and real-time traffic routing across multiple clouds and networks.  Cedexis Radar crowd sources billions of real user measurements (RUM) a day from a community of nearly 1,000 enterprises.  Cedexis Radar provides real-time visibility into how cloud/network performance is impacting the experience of web and mobile application users.  Cedexis Openmix then uses this insight to route traffic for best performance, or availability, or cost, or any mix of the three.  Cedexis Impact then demonstrates the real-world correlation of end-user performance to business KPIs, enabling enterprises to maximize web performance returns.  Cedexis is trusted by nearly 1,000 global brands including Accor Hotels, Airbus, Cartier, Comcast, LinkedIn, Mozilla, Nissan and Shutterstock.  Cedexis is headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Paris, France, San Francisco, CA, Brooklyn, NY and London, UK.

About Ginko Ventures
Founded in 2015, Ginko Ventures is a venture capital Firm targeting technologies, devices and solutions that will improve the way people work, play and live. We primarily focus on investments in European and Israeli companies whose technologies have the potential to rapidly access global markets. Together with our limited partner Foxconn, we are also keen on creating tangible industrial leverage for our portfolio companies. Our mission is to enable sustainable partnership between industry leaders and amazing entrepreneurs for disruptive innovations and superior value creation.  For more information visit: www.ginkopartners.com.

About Foxconn
Established in 1974, Foxconn Technology Group (“Foxconn”), under the leadership of Founder and CEO Terry Gou, offers the most competitive production manufacturing technology in the world. A recognized global industry leader, Foxconn created the 3C OEM service business model, eCMMS, incorporating vertical integration of mechanical, optical and electronic components. Foxconn offers many of the world’s leading companies a one-stop integrated manufacturing solution. Foxconn has in recent years expanded into technology services, providing customers the most comprehensive solutions for their technology and manufacturing needs. In addition to maximizing value creation for customers, Foxconn is also dedicated to enhancing the concept of environmental protection in the manufacturing process. Moreover, as a trusted partner to many industry leaders, Foxconn strives to create best-practice models for global enterprises.

About Nokia Growth Partners
NGP is an independent fund manager sponsored by Nokia, backing entrepreneurs focused on building a connected world. NGP offers industry expertise, capital and an extensive network, enabling entrepreneurs to build disruptive, industry-changing companies and taking them to the global market. With offices in the US, Europe, India and China, NGP extends the reach of companies making their products and services local everywhere. For more information, please visit www.nokiagrowthpartners.com.

About ATV
Founded in 1979, Advanced Technology Ventures (ATV) is a bi-coastal venture capital firm with $1.4 billion in capital under management. ATV works closely with entrepreneurial teams in several technology markets, including Communications, Healthcare, IT Infrastructure, Software and Services to build emerging-growth business ventures into market leaders. With more than 35 years of experience, ATV has a proven track record of success in helping to build strong, sustainable business enterprises.

About Madrona
Madrona has been investing in early-stage technology companies in the Pacific Northwest since 1995 and has been privileged to play a role in some of the region’s most successful technology ventures. The firm invests predominately in seed and Series A rounds across the information technology spectrum including consumer Internet, commercial software and services, SaaS, digital media and advertising, networking and cloud computing, and mobile. www.madrona.com.

# # #

Press contact (USA-Canada):

Sarah Fraser
Gutenberg Communications on behalf of Cedexis
Mail: sarah@gutenbergpr.com
Tel: (408) 827-5697

APM Tools: 2 MORE reasons to include APM tools in your real-time traffic decisions!

In a previous post we have described how the Cedexis “Fusion” tool allows users to ingest APM data in real time and make it actionable to avoid outages.

As I stated in that posting:

“..there is a persistent need to synthetically monitor specific elements of an application stack to ensure uptime and understand WHAT is failing when something inevitably fails”

To briefly review Fusion take a glance at this diagram:

Screen-Shot-2015-09-30-at-4.06.40-PM

So now on to the great news! We are really excited to add 2 more premier partners to our growing Fusion family of APM tool integrations! 

Two new important Fusion partners join the Cedexis community.

Both Azure and AWS (Cloudwatch) have been added as APM data feeds to our growing set of APM integration partners.  These include great names like New Relic, Rigor, Catchpoint and many others. See the full list here.

These integrations allow the customer to pull-in operational data about the CPU, disk, memory and network usage of an instance into Openmix applications. They can then shed or halt traffic if the machine gets overloaded on any of those metrics.  So your app stays up. And you can be the on-call hero!

Screen-Shot-2015-10-01-at-9.31.08-AM

In both cases you can simply configure your servers with whichever APM tool you are using. They will both produce simple JSON feeds that can be ingested into Openmix for realtime decisions. Lets take a look at the JSON you can expect to get back from each of the tools.

Azure Openmix Json

The Azure fusion data feed produces a json object that contains Azure Virtual Machine monitoring metrics.  The Fusion Azure data structure that will be sent to Openmix currently looks like this:

{  
  "disk_writes_kbps": 0.279,
  "network_in_mb": 3286.48,
  "memory_available_mb": 1479,
  "disk_reads_kbps": 0,
  "memory_available_pct": 88,
  "network_out_mb": 2343.892,
  "cpu_time_pct": 20.5
}

AWS Cloudwatch Openmix Json

The CloudWatch fusion data feed produces a json object that contains AWS CloudWatch Virtual Machine monitoring metrics.  The Fusion CloudWatch data structure that will be sent to Openmix currently looks like this:

{  
  "disk_writes_kbps": 0.279,
  "network_in_mb": 3286.48,
  "memory_available_mb": 1479,
  "disk_reads_kbps": 0,
  "memory_available_pct": 88,
  "network_out_mb": 2343.892,
  "cpu_time_pct": 20.5
}

As you can see – both tools return very similar data – in fact you can almost imagine deploying servers on both of these Cloud vendors and being able to abstract back and monitor them using their native tools – and be able to switch in real time between them based on Network Performance + Server Health. And that is in fact the point.

Fusion – The Key to Multi-Cloud, Hybrid-Cloud Solutions

The Cloud Maturity Model clearly shows that as we evolve up the stack to Multi-Vendor/ Multi-Cloud we will need to be able to monitor the application stack’s performance as part of the real-time switching.

Hybrid-Cloud-Maturity-Model

 

These two new APM integrations provide just the feature set to do that for users that are using Azure or AWS in their portfolio of clouds.