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SmartBear Demonstrates AlertSite UXM Application Quality and Performance Management Platform at Velocity 2014

SmartBear Software, the choice of more than two million software professionals for building and delivering the world’s best applications, is demonstrating AlertSite UXM™, the first rapid time to value, easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use platform that unifies load testing, synthetic and real transaction monitoring in a single platform delivered as either a SaaS or on premise offering, at Velocity, Tuesday, June 24 – Thursday, June 26, 2014 in Santa Clara, California. SmartBear is a silver sponsor of Velocity. The company released a new interactive eBook, “The Digital Guide to Unified User Experience Management,” a 54-page guide for delivering a world class user experience with AlertSite UXM.

WHAT: SmartBear’s AlertSite UXM Application Quality and Performance Management Platform at Velocity 2014

WHEN: Tuesday, June 24 – Thursday, June 26, 2014

WHERE: Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, California, Booth #109

Applications are core to business operations and each second of a slowdown or outage hurts revenue and damages user experience. Research shows that slowdowns occur 10 times more often than outages, resulting in twice the business impact. User experience is a combination of performance and basic functionality. AlertSite UXM allows you to pay close attention to performance without forgetting basic functionality.

AlertSite UXM features include basic availability monitoring, speed and performance monitoring, transaction tracing, API and Web service monitoring, in-browser recording, SLA Monitoring, behind-the-firewall monitoring and dynamic alerts and reports.

For a free trial of AlertSite UXM, visit: http://www2.smartbear.com/alertsite-UXM-trial-now.html. On Twitter, follow @AlertSiteUXM.

The new interactive eBook includes an in depth tour of features, capabilities and a 4-minute product demo by Brian Hutchinson, Manager Pre-Sales Technical Support at SmartBear. To explore the eBook, visit: http://smartbear-3d.com/digital-guide/AlertSite-UXM/index.html.

Velocity is the best place for web ops and performance professionals to learn from peers, exchange ideas with experts and share best practices. For more information on Velocity, visit: http://velocityconf.com/velocity2014.

About SmartBear Software

SmartBear is the choice of more than two million software professionals and over 25,000 organizations in 90 countries that use its products to build and deliver the world’s best software applications. The company’s user centric application management solutions support the key software delivery processes of development, testing, API readiness and application performance management across desktop, Web and mobile platforms. With millions of developers, testers and operations teams already using its products, SmartBear is profitable, growing, global and poised to support the emergence of DevOps. Be a smart bear. Get started building and delivering the planet’s next great application at www.smartbear.com.

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