Until now, there were no tools for monitoring .NET applications. AppDynamics is the first of its kind that helps with application performance management. AppDynamics Pro edition for .NET and Java allows you to focus on innovation by facilitating greater visibility with nominal overhead and configuration effort.
Supervise your CLR dependencies
Track Windows Azure
Real-Time view of CLR health, performance, and exceptions
Cross-CLR view of distributed transactions
Monitor your Application Topology
AppDynamics detects automatically and depicts the application tiers in your .NET environment such as databases, LDAP, 3rd party web services, NoSQL data stores, caches and Message Buses. This gives you tremendous visibility into the application tiers and helps you see where in your application response time is spent.
Monitor Your Business Transactions
AppDynamics classifies these entities with business context so that you comprehend the business activity that runs through your application and IIS server.
Find Bottlenecks in Your Application Code
AppDynamics allows you to drill down to see individual executions and with a single click view the full code execution, when an application request or business transaction slows down. This helps to locate the latency across every class, method and interface.
AppDynamics helps you to set alerts on your business transactions, application or CLR performance. This enables you to ensure optimal application performance as you are notified about issues the instant they occur.
Support for Modern .NET architectures: Offers tremendous visibility and troubleshooting capabilities for distributed, componentized, and agile .NET application architectures. Besides, it supports hybrid .NET/Java environments.
Software-as-a-Service: Provides Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and on-premise deployment options.
Cloud Ready: Plug-and-play performance tracking for Microsoft Azure cloud apps.
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