Monitor and troubleshoot AWS Lambda functions to reduce infrastructure management complexity, drive cost efficiencies, and improve application development agility.
Correlate the performance of AWS Lambda functions with the rest of your application ecosystem using AppDynamics’ Serverless Agent for AWS Lambda. Automatically map the relationship between application components and business performance to gain deep visibility into how these dynamic functions impact other applications, end users and business KPIs.
Enhance visibility into the entire application environment—including serverless applications
Automatically discover, visualize, and map serverless application environments and dependencies
Compare serverless function performance among each release version, infrastructure upgrade, or cloud migration based on customer experiences and business KPIs
Leverage application analytics to correlate business, application, and infrastructure data
Connect user experience and serverless application performance to business results
Automatically baseline system performance as well as business and conversion metrics to rapidly identify anomalies and their impact
Use Runbook Automation to proactively resolve errors and exceptions with the help of policy-based actions
See how application performance affects customer and usage behavior to improve SLAs, service adoption, and other performance KPIs
Scale serverless applications efficiently without losing visibility or causing alert fatigue
Avoid IT alert storms and reduce mean time to resolution (MTTR)
Identify the impact of a serverless application across private, public, or hybrid deployment environments
Ensure release quality with distributed, cloud-based, agent-generated measurements of your website—independent of and even in the absence of real user traffic
Use the low-overhead agent to scale up your environment without requiring significant CPU, memory, network bandwidth, storage, or administrative costs
"The ability to trace a transaction visually and intuitively through the interface was a major benefit. This visibility was especially valuable when Nasdaq was migrating a platform from its internal infrastructure to the AWS Cloud."