.NET Application Monitoring

Performance Monitoring for .NET Apps

See how your application really performs in production IIS and Windows Azure environments with AppDynamics. We give you maximum visibility with minimal overhead and configuration effort so you can focus on innovation.

With AppDynamics, performance bottlenecks in your .NET application will be a thing of the past. Get end-to-end visibility and code-level diagnostics for your ADO.NET, WCF, Azure and other .NET applications with AppDynamics.

Visualize all your CLR dependencies

Automatic discovery and mapping of all dependencies that service and interact with your CLRs, giving you a high-level view of your application performance.

.NET Monitoring in Windows Azure

AppDynamics provides visibility into application and its performance within Windows Azure. Our agent can easily be deployed, via the three Azure roles (Web, Worker and CustomVM), and also gives visibility into the Azure services - which your .NET application interacts with like SQL Azure. AppDynamics is able to automatically discover, map, and visualize the living topology and performance of a production application running inside Windows Azure.

Real-Time monitoring of CLR performance, health and exceptions

Understand the health of your CLR with key metrics, such as response time, exception rate, throughput, and garbage collection time, as well as CPU, memory and disk I/O.

Cross-CLR visibility for monitoring of distributed transactions

Advanced tag-and-follow tracing of distributed transactions across your CLRs. Simple intuitive view of how a distributed business transaction executes and where bottlenecks exist.

Audit CLR Configuration Change and Application Deployments

AppDynamics will automatically report any changes to the CLR run-time environment configuration as well as track new application deployments and CLR restarts. This helps you understand when and what changes were made to your application environment.

Platform Support

AppDynamics provides support for monitoring .NET Framework 2.0+ and associated Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) versions as well as Windows Azure. This includes full framework and protocol support to give you maximum visibility of your .NET application.

I never thought I'd say this, but I've actually started looking forward to problems, since they're so easy to find and fix.

-COVIS

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