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About OpTier

OpTier, headquartered in New York, is a provider in the Application Performance Monitoring (APM) space. OpTier offers a simple and cloud-based APM solution that empowers application owners, quality assurance (QA) professionals, DevOps teams, and IT operations managers to proactively detect and resolve application problems before they affect the business and customers. OpTier works with businesses such as Aflac, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, O2 and Wells Fargo – to help convert application intelligence into tangible business value.

OpTier Headquarter Location

350 Fifth Avenue Suite 6540

New York, New York, 10118,

United States


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OpTier Patents

OpTier has filed 2 patents.

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Performance management, System administration, Distributed computing architecture, Network management, Information technology management


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Performance management, System administration, Distributed computing architecture, Network management, Information technology management



Latest OpTier News

Inorganic Growth » Did SAP exercise an an opportunistic option for OpTier?

Jun 25, 2015

-by Brenon Daly Despite raising more than $100m in backing, OpTier quietly wound down this summer after a dozen years in business. Even more quietly, some of the assets from the formerly highly valued startup may have been snapped up on the cheap by SAP. That’s according to several market sources, and an opportunistic purchase would certainly make sense. SAP licensed a fair amount of OpTier to monitor its cloud software internally, so it could have simply brought the technology in-house. Although a deal hasn’t been announced (much less terms for any transaction), we understand SAP paid $10-20m for much of OpTier’s IP. Assuming our understanding is correct, it would mark a sharp comedown for OpTier. As recently as three years ago, the Israeli startup was reported to be seeking an exit of up to $300m in a process run by Morgan Stanley, which is also an investor in OpTier. Although OpTier grew quickly through much of the past decade with its business transaction monitoring product, it was slow to step into the more valuable market of code-level application performance monitoring (APM). (See our 2012 report on the ‘pivot’ at OpTier . ) For comparison, at least two APM startups founded after OpTier – AppDynamics and New Relic – are both valued in the neighborhood of $1bn and are expected to go public in 2015. For more real-time information on tech M&A, follow us on Twitter @451TechMnA .

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