|Industry||IT Management Software|
|Headquarters||Melville, New York|
|Key people||Management listing|
Nastel Technologies was founded in 1994 by David Mavashev to provide a solution for monitoring and administration of messaging middleware technologies. Nastel has since broadened its coverage, based on a complex event processing engine, to support the five dimensions of APM defined by the Gartner Group, including coverage for: Java, .NET, CICS, Web Services and other technologies and to handle the integration of its monitoring technology with the typical global 2000 company’s existing IT monitoring software. Nastel AutoPilot has been especially effective in the banking industry and in insurance, healthcare and retail.
Nastel Technologies’ product family is called AutoPilot. AutoPilot is software for real-time monitoring of the availability and performance of business applications. Using complex event processing and business transaction management it provides real-time visibility of applications, middleware and transactions, as well as predictive alerting.
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