Being agent-less appliances, Network Performance Monitoring tools rest on the network inspecting content and traffic by catching packets flowing through the network. They understand the wire protocols across the application tiers and thereby measure response times and find errors in applications. Like agent based APM solutions, they automatically discover your application topology.
Fix issues at the code level
Lower overhead in production (less than 2%)
Easy installation and use
Cut down Mean-Time-to-Resolution by 90%
Capture performance issues before it impacts end users
Get complete visibility into your application architecture
Easy to install and use
AppDynamics has the capability to discover and map application architecture and dependencies automatically. This gives you a clear picture of application performance even if your application is complex.
Deep code-level visibility
AppDynamics helps you to identify and fix an issue at the method and class level. With the tool, you can go down into an individual call stack and discover the causes for a slow Business Transaction.
With AppDynamics' proactive alerts, there wouldn't be any instances of alert storming or missed problems.
Last week I flew into Las Vegas for #Interop fully suited and booted in my big blue costume (no joke). I’d been invited to speak in a vendor debate on User eXperience (UX): Monitor the Application or the Network? NetScout represented the Network, AppDynamics (and me) represented the Application, and...
Round Two – Last time I wrote a blog comparing APM versus network-based APM tools, which I still consider NPM at it’s core regardless of what some critics and competitors claim. Let me make one thing clear though, NPM is great for equipping IT network administrators to see how fast or slow data is...