Asia-Pacific Application Performance Management Market CY 2013

Rapidly Changing Application Architecture and Business Environment Drives the Market


The Asia-Pacific Application Performance Management (APM) market continued to maintain its high growth momentum in 2013, with overall revenues registering $379.9 million, as growing enterprises in the region realized the importance of reliable and high-performing applications in the enterprise business environment. The on-premises APM segment contributed to the highest revenue share, accounting for 91.7% of the overall market and representing a strong growth of 17.9% on a YoY basis. Enterprises in Asia-Pacific remained cautious in the adoption of the SaaS model due to concerns over data security and its lack of adequate functional capabilities to proactively identify issues and rapidly diagnose root causes of application performance issues.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewApplication Performance Management—Market DefinitionsApplication Performance Management—Market Definitions (continued)Application Performance Management—Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions—SegmentationsMarket Definitions—Segmentations (continued)Market Overview—Research MethodologyMarket Overview—Customer SegmentationMarket Overview—Geographical CoverageKey Questions This Study Will AnswerAPM in 2014 and Beyond—Key TrendsAPM in 2014 and Beyond—Key Trends (continued)APM in 2014 and Beyond—Key Trends (Continued)APM in 2014 and Beyond—Key Trends (continued)APM in 2014 and Beyond—Key Trends (continued)APM in 2014 and Beyond—Key Trends (continued)Drivers and Restraints—Total APM Market Drivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Forecast and Trends—Total APM Market Forecast AssumptionsTotal APM Market—Revenue ForecastTotal APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastTotal APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)Demand Analysis—Total APM MarketDemand Analysis by SegmentationDemand Analysis by VerticalsDemand Analysis by HorizontalDemand Analysis by RegionANZ APM Market—Revenue ForecastANZ APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastANZ APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)Japan APM Market—Revenue ForecastJapan APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastJapan APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)Greater China APM Market—Revenue ForecastGreater China APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastGreater China APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)ASEAN APM Market—Revenue ForecastASEAN APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastASEAN APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)India APM Market—Revenue ForecastIndia APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastIndia APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionSouth Korea APM Market—Revenue ForecastSouth Korea APM Market—On-Premises Revenue ForecastSouth Korea APM Market—Cloud-based Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionMarket Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis—Total APM MarketCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareCompetitive Analysis—Market Share by SegmentsCompetitive Landscape AnalysisCompetitive Landscape Analysis—IBMCompetitive Landscape Analysis—IBM (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—IBM (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—IBM (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—HPCompetitive Landscape Analysis—HP (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—HP (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—CA TechnologiesCompetitive Landscape Analysis—CA Technologies (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—CA Technologies (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—CA Technologies (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—CompuwareCompetitive Landscape Analysis—Compuware (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Compuware (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—BMCCompetitive Landscape Analysis—BMC (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—BMC (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Dell (Quest Software)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Dell: Quest Software (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—OracleCompetitive Landscape Analysis—Oracle (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Riverbed (OPNET)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Riverbed (OPNET) (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Riverbed (OPNET) (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—Riverbed (OPNET) (continued)Other Potential Participant AnalysisOther Potential Participant Analysis—AppDynamicsOther Potential Participant Analysis—AppDynamics (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—New RelicCompetitive Landscape Analysis—New Relic (continued)Competitive Landscape Analysis—New Relic (continued)Other Potential Participant Analysis—ManageEngineOther Potential Participant Analysis—ManageEngine (continued)Other Potential Participant Analysis—ManageEngine (continued)Other Potential Participant Analysis—ManageEngine (continued)Other Potential Participant Analysis—JeniferSoftCompetitor Benchmarking by APM Capabilities—Key VendorsThe Last WordThe Last Word—Four Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)




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