Performance Diagnostics and Solutions for your PHP Application
A PHP profiler that monitors your production environment not only makes performance optimization effective and efficient but also finds out the effect of your optimization efforts on your end users.
AppDynamics for PHP tracks and identifies issues in your production PHP application without impacting performance.
Get high level view into PHP performance
Get code-level detail
Cut down Mean-Time-to-Resolution
Easy installation and usage
Below 2% overhead in production
Complete call stack traces
Visualize application performance in real time
AppDynamics lets you locate issues in your production application quickly by automatically discovering your application architecture that includes your remote web service and database calls and your own application servers. The application architecture is then displayed in the Application Flowmap.
Understand performance like your end users
AppDynamics baselines your traffic into Business Transactions that let you swiftly understand the impact on end users when performance suffers. Not only that, it allows you get the associated call stack traces and quickly identify the main cause for the performance issues. This capability is not seen in many PHP management solutions,
Trend PHP performance over time
AppDynamics' powerful analytics engine helps you comprehend application performance trends over time and build intuitive dashboards for the executives and other teams to watch.
See the impact of new code releases
When new codes are released, AppDynamics make application performance comparisons before and after a code release to see the impact of new code on performance.
Use performance baselines for intelligent alerting
Many PHP management tools give alerts but not like that of AppDynamics. Instead of static, global thresholds of most PHP tools that often lead to inaccurate alerts, AppDynamics' intelligent baselines alert you only about real performance issues.
Important Features of PHP Monitoring
Application Flow Map: See all your application dependencies
Business Transactions: It includes calls per minute, automatic detection, response time, slow, very slow, stalls
Change Detection: Record application change events
Code-level Diagnostics: Diagnostic sessions that display complete code execution, policy-based collection available
Errors: It includes transaction errors and backend errors
Real User Monitoring: Compare browser diagnostics with code-level diagnostics
Real-Time Analytics: It involves automatic baselining and scoring of transaction and application performance
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