Here at AppDynamics we know that there are certain hesitations when a mobile application goes live, from planning and development, to QA and down to managing a successful launch. The need to go mobile is more important than ever, you could be a small retailer or an eCommerce web site, it makes no difference. Mobile market share is continually growing every year, which means that mobile applications are becoming the new web site.
AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring, which supports Android and iOS, is the complete answer to your mobile issues. AppDynamics is the first complete APM solution to optimize end-to-end performance of websites and mobile applications across devices.
APM tools allow you to discover your mobile applications performance, in production. Application Performance Management allows you to understand your third party dependencies, the performance of your production app (the server-side and the client-side) and application topology. Modern APM solutions such as AppDynamics tracks mobile application performance, correlates performance to your backend platform, and crashes & errors, while providing metrics and user demographics on the end user experience. AppDynamics reporting tools allows you to evaluate the health of your app and be proactive when your apps performance begins to decline.
"It’s a tool that offers seamless traceability and a view that bridge both the APM and the Business product usage effectively."
Heather Abbott, Senior Vice President of Corporate Solutions Technology, Nasdaq
Announcing AppDynamics Mobile APM for iOS and Android apps
"AppDynamics is excited to announce the release of AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring supporting iOS and Android. With this expansion, AppDynamics is the first complete application performance management solution for optimizing the end to end performance of mobile apps..."
Going live with a mobile app: Part 2 – Developing a mobile application
"In the first part of this series I discussed planning your mobile application and how to decide between HTML5 vs Native, iOS vs Android, and how to get started going live with a mobile app. In this post I will dive into some considerations when developing a mobile application...."