AppDynamics for Databases offers what most database tuning software can’t – a complete, integrated solution for managing application and database profiling. AppDynamics is designed for operations and development teams to quickly identify and troubleshoot performance issues, and application teams and DBAs alike can drill directly into a slow query from a slow Business Transaction, making it easier to prioritize issues based on which parts of the application are used the most frequently.
With AppDynamics, anyone can easily identify and troubleshoot database issue that’s affecting end user performance and can focus on optimizing stored procedures and queries that will make the biggest difference for their end users and their business.
Rapid root cause diagnosis in production
Proactively identify performance issues
Prioritize issues based on business impact
Easy to Use
With a simple web-based UI, AppDynamics is simple to deploy and use – both in the application and the database. Most database performance tuning tools are difficult to configure and use, but with AppDynamics it’s easy to identify problem areas and drill down into the appropriate execution plans to find root cause.
AppDynamics collects fine-grained data, which is essential to locating the root cause of many of today’s application performance issues, making optimizing databases easier than ever before.
Single pane-of-glass view
With AppDynamics’ single pane-of-glass view, you can easily see your entire application environment in the same UI, including your application servers and any database platforms.
More About Database Profiling with AppDynamics
AppDynamics for Databases is the only database profiling tool that’s designed for application teams to use. Most database profiling and tuning tools today are built for and used by DBAs, with no application or Business Transaction context. While these tools work for tuning stored procedures and other issues that are limited to the database, when it comes to identifying which issues have the greatest impact on end user experience these tools fall flat.
Supported Database Platforms
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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.
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