Get a 24x7 Website monitoring capability that sees everything
One of the biggest limitations of Website monitoring software is that they can't offer code-level insight into performance bottlenecks. Because AppDynamics sits inside the application container, it can deliver class and method-level detail around Website performance bottlenecks, making it easier than ever to identify and fix problems.
Web Application Monitoring with AppDynamics
There are a whole host of web application monitoring tools out there that offer different insights into the performance of your web applications. Network-based web performance monitoring tools can offer a high-level view into application performance, and web application performance testing tools can help to load test your applications before you move them into production. These tools fall short, however, when it comes to identifying and diagnosing a problem occurring in your application code. Only AppDynamics offers the deep code-level visibility you need to quickly find and troubleshoot issues in your web application.
Troubleshoot at the code level
Less than 2% overhead in production
Easy to install and use
Reduce Mean-Time-to-Resolution by 90%
Get complete visibility into your application architecture
Catch performance issues before your end users do
Easy to install and use
AppDynamics installs in minutes, whether your application is in the data center, the cloud, or both. In addition, it automatically detects and maps your application architecture and dependencies, giving you a bigger picture of application performance no matter how complex your application is.
Deep code-level visibility
With web application performance monitoring from AppDynamics, you can easily drill down into an individual call stack trace for a slow Business Transaction to identify and troubleshoot an issue at the class and method level.
Automatic Application Mapping
While most web application performance monitoring tools require manual configuration and code changes to deploy, AppDynamics automatically instruments your code and maps your entire application architecture.
With AppDynamics, you can set alerts based on application-level and infrastructure-level metrics as well as Business Transaction performance. While other application performance management tools rely on static universal thresholds for alerting, AppDynamics is much more fine-grained, which allows you to avoid alert storms and, even worse, missing problems.
Dashboards and Reports
Keep management in the loop with high-level application performance dashboards and PDF reports. Dashboards and reporting allow you to evaluate the cost of performance outages and slowdowns as well as demonstrate the value of your performance tuning projects.
Supported Application Environments for AppDynamics Application Performance Management
Supported Environments - Java
WebSphere 6.1+, 7.x
Oracle 10.3.0, 10.0.2
Spring Beans 2.0.x, 2.5
WebLogic 9.x, 10.x
JBoss 4.x, 5.x
GlassFish v2, v3
Struts Action 1.x, 2.x
Apache Tomcat 5.0,6.x, 7.x
EJB 2.x, 3.x
Jetty 6.x, 7.x
JMS Message Listeners 1.x
Adobe Coldfusion 8.x,9.x
Cassandra with Thrift
OSGi Infrastructure (Felix, Equinox, IBM MQ Series 6.x, 7.x)
IBM WAS Embedded
JMS 6.1+, 7.x
Active MQ 5.x
JBoss MQ 4.x, 5.x
Weblogic Embedded JMS 9.x, 10.x
Supported Environments - .NET
Microsoft Windows Services and Console (.NET Standalone)
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