Magic Quadrant (MQ) is a series of research reports produced by Gartner IT Consulting Firm that outline market trends, as well as the maturity of the market and current market participants. The Magic Quadrant is comprised of two axes: the “Completeness of Vision” axis and the “Ability to Execute” axis, which creates the four quadrants: Leaders in the upper right, Visionaries in the lower right, Niche in the lower left, and finally Challengers in the upper left. The Magic Quadrant can be useful for IT product selection.
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If Dynatrace truly starts to understand its market and spread its reach to new customer bases, they can have unprecedented growth. Although their shift to the cloud created costs, it also made remarkable opportunities in new markets.
Now that these changes have been implemented, can Cisco’s gamble to expand with AppDynamics pay off? Is there a market for this continued expansion in the cloud? Also, with the increasing competitiveness of the APM markets, does AppDynamics have a chance to stand out?
Data center providers are increasingly replacing traditional in-house server rooms managed by a company’s IT staff. As the world moves to the cloud, leading providers are also shifting their focus from pursuing traditional business customers to meeting the needs of large cloud service providers like AWS, Google, and Microsoft.