AppDynamics acquires BugBuster22.06.2015 08:55
AppDynamics, a fast growing software company based in San Francisco, acquires BugBuster. The EPFL spin-off is a leading cloud provider of automated technical and functional testing for web applications.
AppDynamics delivers real-time access to nearly every aspect of your business and operational performance, so you can anticipate problems, resolve them automatically, and make smarter, more certain business decisions. BugBuster customers will have the opportunity to benefit from the powerful analytics and intelligence that are available through AppDynamics products. At the same time, AppDynamics has the opportunity to leverage the knowledge of BugBuster’s founders and the innovative features and technology of the BugBuster product.
The BugBuster Web Testing platform allows Web professionals to create comprehensive automated test plans in minutes and find out where and when a web application could break. Hence increasing the overall application quality and customer satisfaction.
The start-up was founded in 2011 by Olivier Crameri (CEO), Renault John Lecoultre (CTO) and Professor Willy Zwaenepoel (Chief Scientist) in Lausanne. It is a spinoff of the Operating Systems Laboratory at EPFL.
The AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform helps today's software-defined businesses proactively monitor, manage, analyze and optimize the most complex software environments, providing real-time, actionable IT operational and business insights into application performance, user experience, and business outcomes — all in real time, and all in production. In the fiscal year ending January 31, 2015, annual bookings doubled to more than $150 million, fueled by broad-based demand for the company’s SaaS and on-premise software. With cloud, on-premises, and hybrid deployment flexibility, AppDynamics works and partners with many of the world's most innovative companies. Customers include Edmunds, Expedia, Fox News, HBO, OpenTable, Salesforce.com, Sephora, StubHub, and Union Pacific Railroad.