AppDynamics is the most popular PHP monitoring solution today - simplifying the monitoring of Drupal, WordPress, and other PHP applications. AppDynamics for PHP helps you arrive at the actual root cause of performance bottlenecks. Drill down into call stack traces and identify performance-related bottlenecks – even while running in a live production environment.
Visualize application performance in real time
Appdynamics allows you to automatically detect your application architecture, along with your own application servers, remote web service and database calls. Display your architecture in the Application Flowmap, and detect bottlenecks quickly and easily.
Understand performance like the way your end users do
Unlike many PHP management solutions, AppDynamics allows you to bucket and baseline your traffic into Business Transactions. Learn how end users are being affected when performance deteriorates.
Trend PHP performance over time
Understand application performance trends and create intuitive dashboards for management and other teams with AppDynamics' powerful analytics engine.
"One of the key advantages that we have seen from Business iQ is that it provides a vehicle for both business colleagues and IT colleagues to collaborate together around a single source of truth."
John Hill, Chief Information Officer, Carhartt
Online media company gets proactive with application monitoring in production
"On Wednesday I delivered a keynote at WJAX in Munich. Everything went really well, but I was a little shocked at the response I got when I asked the audience “How many of you monitor the performance of your apps in production?” As I scanned the audience, I counted 9 out of ~950 developers had put their hands up, meaning about 1% had visibility of how their applications actually performed in production...."
Get a handle on PHP Handlers
"PHP Handlers? mod_php? FPM? How do we make sense of the inner workings of PHP outside of our lines of code? We know we can run PHP on the server to build web applications swiftly, but how can we optimize our environment and configurations to reach maximum scale?..."