Troubleshoot SQL Performance Issues in a Production Environment
Though most application performance issues originate in the database, the application teams fail to notice it because of their lack of visibility into database performance. With AppDynamics' easy to use, production-ready SQL monitoring product incorporated fully with .NET and Java application performance management product from AppDynamics, you get superior level view, from the browser to the database, into the performance of the application.
Lower overhead in production
Easy installation and use
Integrated with AppDynamics' APM product
Easy to use
AppDynamics for Databases is easy to install and unlike most SQL monitoring tools, it can be used by anyone. It operates without any configuration or code changes and swiftly fixes slow SQL queries with its web-based and intuitive UI.
AppDynamics for Databases tracks high-volume production applications with lower overhead of less than 1%, which is not the case with most SQL monitoring software.
AppDynamics for Databases provides granular monitoring data for DBAs and application teams. This ensures that no significant events escape your attention even in a live production environment. Besides, it keeps a complete history of database performance. This helps you to solve past problems.
Unlike SQL performance software, AppDynamics tracks all your database platforms (MySQL, DB2, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, and more) in a single UI, despite the complexity of your application environment. This allows you to see all the activities of your end users all in one view.
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