Compuware to Speak on Streaming Performance at NAB 2013 Conference

Compuware to Speak on Streaming Performance at NAB 2013 Conference

DETROIT, April 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Compuware Corporation
(Nasdaq:CPWR), the technology performance company delivering a new generation
of APM, today announced that Jennifer McClain, Senior Product Manager of
Streaming for Compuware's application performance management (APM) business,
will present a session titled: "Bad Streaming Performance Will Cost You
Viewers: Keep Their Attention With High Performance Streaming," at the
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2013 Conference in Las Vegas.

Session Title: "Bad Streaming Performance Will Cost You Viewers: Keep Their
               Attention With High Performance Streaming"
When:          Wednesday, April 10, 2012
Time:          10:30 a.m. Pacific time
Where:         NAB 2013 Conference, Las Vegas Convention Center, N239/N241
               With the recent explosion of streaming media, online video has
               become a critical part of the business. Though content plays a
               major role, it's only half the story. Poor streaming
               performance means long wait times and a negative end-user
What:          experience, potentially resulting in lost customers and revenue
               as well as negatively impacting the organization's brand.
               Consequently, organizations need to ensure their investment
               into great online and video content pays off by providing
               high-performance streaming where every second saved adds to the
               bottom line.
              Using real-world examples, during this session attendees will
              · how streaming media works;
              · the challenges with monitoring streaming media delivery; and
              · the best practices for streaming performance management.
               Jennifer McClain is Senior Product Manager of Streaming for
Speaker:       Compuware's APM business and has more than 11 years of
               experience in the IT industry, with specialization in the
               performance of streaming media.

Compuware will exhibit at the NAB 2013 conference from April 8-11 at booth#

Compuware APM is the leader in a new generation of application performance
management. Unlike traditional APM solutions that are heavy, difficult and
reactive, Compuware APM is light, smart and proactive. Compuware APM is built
to manage the complexity of today's most challenging modern applications
including mobile, cloud, big data and SOA. Compuware APM optimizes and
monitors tens of thousands of applications for more than 4,000 customers,
large and small, around the globe. Through the lens of end-user experience,
our customers enjoy faster performance, proactive problem resolution,
accelerated time-to-market and reduced application management costs through
smarter analytics, advanced APM automation and a unique performance lifecycle

Compuware is recognized as a leader in the "Magic Quadrant for Application
Performance Monitoring" report. To read more about Compuware's leadership in
the APM market, click here.

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technology works well and delivers value. Compuware solutions make the world's
most important technologies perform at their best for leading organizations
worldwide, including 46 of the top 50 Fortune 500 companies and 12 of the top
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