As a leading JavaEE application server, IBM WebSphere, is a popular option for customers for deploying their applications. Effective application performance management strategy is the key to monitoring performance and availability. With AppDynamics you can monitor application code that runs on WebSphere and get a deep view of the way moves through the JVM in production. This way users can understand where latency is spent and how various system resources are utilized by an application and business transactions.
WebSphere Server Benefits:
Track the availability and performance of your WebSphere Server
Alert WebSphere Server health and performance issues pro-actively
Discover and sort out Memory Leaks in WebSphere Server
Find root cause and fine tune application performance in seconds
Correlate and Trend Key WebSphere Server metrics
Monitor Business Transactions
AppDynamics helps you diagnose and monitor application codes running on WebSphere. It also provides complete visibility of how it moves through the JVM enabling users to understand the area where latency is utilized and also know how system resources such as memory and CPU are used by an application and business transactions.
Real-Time Alerting for WebSphere
Get robust SLA base-lining and pro-active alerting with AppDynamics, thus ensuring that all performance-related issues are notified as and when they arise. Application and production support teams are alerted prior to the end user experience and service levels deteriorating.
OutOfMemoryException and Memory Leaks
Monitoring WebSphere Server memory, AppDynamics also provides users with visibility of heap usage and garbage collection. With AppDynamics also automatically tracks and monitor memory leaks inside WebSphere Server and its JVM with the least user analysis, allowing root cause to be detected quickly- in minutes.
Detect Thrown Exceptions
With AppDynamics, you can gather and report all application run-time exceptions inside WebSphere Server. Users with visibility of stack traces when user business transactions and requests fail.
Chris has been working in software performance engineering and APM since his early days at Sun Microsystems in 1995. Chris has worked with Java technology from its infancy at Sun Microsystems through to today.He has worked as an Architect across many industries for the last 14 years, but for the last...