Drupal Cloud Monitoring

Monitoring WordPress, Drupal and other PHP applications

Tracking WordPress, Drupal and other PHP applications is necessary to detect performance bottlenecks. AppDynamics helps you not only to discover performance issues but also get to its root cause. The AppDynamics for PHP helps in performance management even in a live production environment.

Key Features of PHP Monitoring

  • Business Transactions
  • Code-level Diagnostics
  • SQL Statement Visibility
  • Errors
  • Real User Monitoring
  • Change Detection
  • Application Flow Map
  • Real-Time Analytics
  • Disributed Transaction Tracing

Visualize application performance in real time

AppDynamics identfies your application architecture automatically and displays your architecture in the Application Flowmap. This ensure early detection of bottlenecks in your production application.

Use performance baselines for intelligent alerting

Often static, global thresholds of most PHP management tools produce inaccurate alerts which can hurt businesses very badly. But AppDynamics have a sound alert system that alerts only when there are real issues.

See the impact of new code releases

Sometimes, new code releases can impact performance. AppDynamics monitor performance fluctuations, if any, by comparing the application performance before and after the release of a new code.

Trend PHP performance over time

AppDynamics’ powerful analytics engine helps you to create intuitive dashboards to understand application performance trends.

Supported Environments for PHP Monitoring

PHP Versions - 5.3, 5.4, 5.5

Web Servers - Apache 2.2 in worker MPM running FastCGI using php-fpm / Apache 2.2 in prefork mode, Any web server running PHP-FPM and

Operating Systems - RHEL/CentOS 5.8+,Ubuntu/Debian 12+

Architecture - 32-bit and 64-bit x86

Frameworks -

Drupal 7 employing Drupal entry point type, Symfony 1 & 2 employing PHP MVC entry point type, Zend 1 & 2 employing PHP MVC entry point type and so on.

Transaction Naming - Drupal: page callback name, PHP Web: URL, and Wordpress: template name, and PHP MVC: module:controller:action.