HP updates IT management tools

 

HP is rolling out updates to its Performance Center and Application Lifecycle Management suites.

The Performance Center 9.5 release contains a set of tools which allow IT management and enterprise software developers to better monitor and gauge the performance of new IT systems and software.

The update includes the LoadRunner load testing tool, and several auditing tools for software and web-based services.

HP hopes that Performance Center 9.5 and the new Application Lifecycle Management service will allow IT organisations to better plan and manage development, as well as offer ongoing support and software lifecycle management for large-scale enterprise systems.

"The current wave of application modernisation seeks to increase agility and lower costs through the adoption of new technologies and processes," said Jonathan Rende, vice president and general manager of business technology optimisation applications at HP's software and solutions branch.

"HP helps IT organisations deliver applications that do exactly what the business needs."

Both products will be made available online to customers through HP's Software as a Service package.

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