With AppDynamics DB2 monitoring software, you will get greater insight into the performance of the application, from the browser to the database. It is a fact that half of the issues associated with application performance begins in the database. The application teams have no choice but to deal with as they lack the visibility to evaluate database performance.
- Foresee end-to-end performance of the application from the browser to the database
- Get notifications when database thresholds are breached
- Track key performance metrics like top users, SQL, programs, objects and so on
- See execution plans to identify performance issues for slow SQL
Troubleshoot Performance Issues in a Production Environment
With AppDynamics' fine-grained historical data, the applications teams get the capability to retroactively identify and fine tune the main cause of performance issues with respect to database in real time.
Trend Database Performance Over Time
AppDynamics' database monitoring allows you to track and trend significant performance metrics such as database objects, resource consumption, schema statistics and so on. This helps you to isolate and fix issues before they impact end users.
Continuously Monitor in a High-Volume Production Environment
AppDynamics for Databases track high-volume production applications round the clock with less than 1% overhead. This allows application teams to gain visibility into the performance of the database 24/7.
Easy to Install and Use
AppDynamics is easy to install. Besides, it comes with an intuitive web interface that enables anyone to troubleshoot performance issues easily and quickly.
Monitor Everything in a Single Pane-of-Glass
You need not install separate database monitoring solutions as AppDynamics supports DB2, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server and allows you to see all in a single pane-of-glass.
AppDynamics Pro for Databases includes the following features:
Application to Database drill-down: Ability to fix latency of business transaction from the application into the database and storage tiers.
SQL explain/execution plans: Enables database administrators and developers to locate incompetent operations and logic and identify why queries are running slowly.
Production Ready: Lower overhead in most production environments.
Historical analysis: Tracks and records database activity round the clock to enable users to evaluate performance slowdowns in the database tier.
Storage visibility for NetApp: Provides the ability to compare database performance with performance on NetApp storage.
Top database wait and CPU states: Provides insights and visibility into database wait and CPU states to help users understand database resource contention and usage.
"AppDynamics replaced 5 tools we once used to try to troubleshoot application problems. Today, everyone goes to AppDynamics to quickly determine the root cause of the issue."
Apdex is Fatally Flawed
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"I’ve always been a skeptic of JMX monitoring, largely because I felt it was often wrongly positioned as the pillar stone of application monitoring software. An application for me is a collection of business services or transactions that users perform, that causes application logic (code) to request and process data. Without visibility into the performance of business transactions and code execution, JMX monitoring can be seen as just another infrastructure monitoring tool for the JVM. However, when application and JMX monitoring are combined into a single tool, they can offer powerful capabilities for managing application performance...."