AppDynamics allows you to drill down into any specific JVM call stack trace to detect all method and class level detail about response time latency. All just in a matter of seconds. Application performance monitors the display response time correlation across the application. However, AppDynamics offers complete visibility and easily enables users to get reach the root cause of JVM performance issues in a few seconds.
Key Benefits include:
Monitoring of all JVM dependencies
Real-time monitoring of JVM performance and health
Complete cross-JVM visibility for the monitoring of distributed transactions
Quickly troubleshoot all Java code latency quickly in a matter of minutes
Visualize and Map JVM Application Dependencies
AppDynamics maps and detects a the tiers that interact with your Java application, offering a complete view into application performance that is a lot better than other Java performance monitoring tools.
Monitor JVM Health and Performance
Appdynamics helps you understand the health of your JVM along with key Java tuning and profiling metrics, such as - throughput, exception rate, response time,garbage collection time, code deadlock (Java). Using the same UI, you can monitor system resources that include memory, CPU, and disk I/O.
Audit JVM Configuration Changes and Application Deployments
Automatically reporting all changes to the JVM run-time environment configuration, AppDynamics also tracks new application deployments and JVM restarts. This way you can understand the nature of the changes made to your application environment.
More about JVM Monitoring
Although there are many free JVM monitoring tools, most of them are not easy to use and often incur too much overhead, making it unsuitable for production environments. AppDynamics allows you to track and monitor JVM performance and health in a live production environment without worrying about end user experience.
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