Drive Velocity and Keep Teams Focused On Customers with Latest Updates to AppDynamics

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This month, we’re excited to announce the launch of several new features around observability, intelligence, and usability that will help enterprise companies drive velocity and stay focused on customers.

Today, we’re excited to deliver new AppDynamics functionality across observability, intelligence, and usability. With these updates, we continue our ongoing efforts to help enterprise companies provide world-class customer experiences with the help of real-time performance monitoring.

You can also now take advantage of the newest Machine Agent enhancements and bug fixes without waiting for a Controller upgrade. The latest Machine Agents are backwards compatible with any 4.4.0+ Controller, so you can upgrade your agents while upgrading your Controller at a time that works best for you!

To augment intelligence, our IBM Integration Bus Agent now automatically detects and monitors database interactions within flows, highlighting the impact of database performance on the performance of Business Transactions flowing through the IIB broker.

To augment usability, we now offer Health Rules for Network Visibility Metrics! A new health rule type, Advanced Network, allows you to easily set health rules for metrics related to network activity, such as PIE (performance impact events), zero window, data retransmission and errors. In addition, our new Machine Agent enhancements will allow users to upgrade your language agents, and take advantage of the latest agent-side enhancement, features and bug fixes without upgrading your 4.4 Controller.

A comprehensive list of resolves issued organized by product area can be found in our 4.5.x Release Notes.

Shreyans Parekh

Shreyans Parekh

Shreyans Parekh is a Senior Manager at AppDynamics, where he manages go-to-market strategy across product releases and is focused on innovation in the areas of End User Monitoring (EUM), Cloud Migration and IoT. His writing has appeared in publications by Intuit, IBM Bluewolf, New Relic, Apttus and the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. He can be reached on Twitter @ShreyParekh.