Monitoring PHP applications, such as Wordpress and Drupal, has never been easier. Find the root issue of your PHP app performance bottlenecks with the AppDynamics platform – while still running in a live production environment.
Monitor your PHP web server dependencies
You can automatically detect your application architecture, from your application servers down to the database calls and remote web service. Your architecture is then shown in the Application Flowmap, allowing you to see exactly where the performance bottlenecks are located in a matter of seconds.
Prioritize and understand based on business transaction context
AppDynamics baselines your application traffic into what is called Business Transactions. This shows you how your end users are being negatively affected when the performance of your application declines.
Trend PHP performance over time
AppDynamics has a powerful analytics engine that can understands the performance of your application trends over time and also is able to create intuitive dashboards for other teams to look after.
Collect a complete call stack trace
AppDynamics allows you to drill down into the entire call stack for slow transactions and stalls, unlike other PHP monitoring tools, allowing you to see how long it took for every line of code took to execute.
With AppDynamics' intelligent baselines you can set up alerts to fire only on erractic performance behavior for a particular Business Transaction, application metric or even infrastructure.
Rapidly troubleshoot latency at the code level
Understand how the application performance was affected before and after a code release.
"Performance issues have gone from an all-hands-on-deck show stopper to one person only spending 10 minutes to get an answer by using AppDynamics. That is a huge productivity booster."
What is normal application performance?
"Peter Drucker proclaimed: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” Do you know what’s “normal” for your mission-critical application? Actually, wait a second–with Halloween having just finished up, maybe the following Young Frankenstein reference is more appropriate..."
Bhaskar Sunkara on application performance challenges and solutions
Listen to App Dynamic’s Director of Engineering talk about three main issues (the advent of the cloud, agility, and low-cost memory) that affect application performance in this IBM Java Zone technical podcast.