Application Virtualization & A Free iPad!

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Interested in winning an iPad? Take our Application Virtualization survey, and we’ll give you a more-than-decent shot at winning your very own!

In talking to our customers, AppDynamics recognizes that virtualizing mission-critical applications is at the top of everyone’s mind, even though some companies are at different stages of the process than others.

Many IT departments have already finished virtualizing their less critical apps and they realize that there are many benefits to be had in virtualizing the rest. But, in many cases, application owners are concerned about performance impacts to their mission-critical apps, and they’re saying, “Hands off my app.”

What’s it like at your organization? Is the path to app virtualization a smooth one, or are you experiencing some bumps along the way? We’d like to find out more, and we’d like your help to do it.

Answer a few short questions on your app virtualization strategy and be automatically entered to win an iPad. In addition, we’ll send you a copy of the results, so you can discover what your peers at other organizations are doing.

Find out:

– What percentage of Tier 1 apps have been virtualized by other companies
– Whether the virtualization project is a stepping stone towards the cloud
– What challenges are preventing people from finishing (or even starting) virtualization of Tier 1 apps

The survey is only 10 questions long–and again, entering gives you the possibility of winning an iPad, as well as a guaranteed copy of the survey results.

Take the survey now!

We look forward to reviewing your responses!

Jyoti Bansal

Jyoti Bansal

Jyoti founded AppDynamics in early 2008 with the vision of defining the next-generation of application performance management (APM) solutions for distributed applications running in cloud, virtual, and physical environments. Before founding AppDynamics, Jyoti led the design and architecture for several products at Wily Technology. Jyoti received his BS in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. He is the lead inventor on 14 US patent applications in the field of distributed applications management.