Now get 100% visibility into application performance with AppDynamics for Databases. Most application teams have little or no visibility into database performance. AppDynamics gives DevOps teams visibility of how their application SQL queries that execute within the database.
Monitor Everything in a Single Pane-of-Glass
With AppDynamics you see it all in a single pane-of-glass and there is no need for separate database monitoring products for different databases.
Troubleshoot Performance Issues in a Production Environment
AppDynamics’ historical data offers applications teams the ability to troubleshoot and diagnose the root cause in a live production environment.
Trend Database Performance Over Time
With AppDynamics’ database monitoring, you can now monitor and trend key performance metrics, which allows you to proactively tune and fix issues before they affect your end users experience.
"The best thing about AppDynamics for Databases in production is the amount of time it saves us when investigating performance problems. This means we fix problems faster and keep our customers happy."
We engaged the AppDynamics Enablement Team and within a week we found over a dozen major defects that were affecting the performance and stability of our products. Great team, great enablement.
Bob Hartley, Family Search, Development Manager
We're enthusiastic with the support we received from the AppDynamics training team. They helped us gain critical visibility into our applications that's helped us make better architectural and design decisions.
Hedeih Yaghami, Tivo Director, Software Development
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