According to Network World, BMC has purchased Montreal’s Coradiant, a maker of software for improving end-user experience and tracking Web application performance. Terms of the deal were not disclosed but StartupNorth places it in the nine figure range.
The deal will give BMC the “industry’s most comprehensive solution for anticipating and proactively addressing the end-user experience requirements of our customers’ businesses,” according to Paul Avenant, a senior vice president at BMC.
Coradiant’s technology allows customers to track the performance of on-premises, virtual and cloud-based applications. It competes with vendors such as Keynote, OPNET and Compuware.