Visualize and Map Azure Dependencies Automatically
Use AppDynamics to identify and map your Azure services and tiers automatically, and see the relationships between them.
AppDynamics is changing the way organizations monitor their cloud applications. We were built from the ground up to monitor modern application architectures – including ones that are distributed, agile, and extremely hard to manage.
Swiftly identify the main cause of performance issues
Troubleshoot performance problems in real time
Ramp up and down their Windows Azure application dynamically based on performance metrics
End-to-End Distributed Business Transaction Tracing
Across all Windows Azure Services (SQL Azure, Service Bus & Storage - not just the Compute Services). AppDynamics identifies the business transactions that end users experience automatically. This enables the development and IT Operations teams the much needed visibility to track and manage the end user experience. Not only that, it helps them understand the flow of transactions inside and across each Azure Role, application tier and Services.
Deep Diagnostics for Rapid Root-Cause Analysis
With AppDynamics, organizations can easily identify the main cause for issues like poor QoS, slow downs, or outages within seconds with no blind spots. Its call graphs display not just the common Microsoft interfaces and libraries but also all classes & methods invoked (Inc. custom).
Auto-Scaling for Windows Azure
AppDynamics provides more Windows Azure resources automatically when your application and business transactions need it.
Application Mapping for Windows Azure - Roles and Services
AppDynamics automatically detects, maps, and foresees the living topology and production application performance functioning inside Windows Azure.
No Alert Storming
Superior base-lining, thresholds and problem detection.
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