Complete Visibility For New PHP Frameworks
PHP Agent v4.5.7 adds out-of-the-box transaction naming support for the Laravel and CakePHP 3.x frameworks. With these additions, owners of applications built with all of the popular PHP frameworks and any current version of the PHP runtime can experience AppDynamics' famous time-to-value and end-to-end Business Transaction monitoring. Read the full documentation for a complete list of PHP supported environments.
Support for Azure SQL Managed Instance
Gain insight into your Azure SQL Managed Instance with AppDynamics Database Visibility. Starting in v4.5.7, you can configure Microsoft SQL Server Collectors to monitor events in Azure SQL. Read the full documentation for details.
Exert More Control Over Your Mobile Sessions
In order to provide you with more control over your mobile sessions, we’re introducing a new API that can be used to define when a session starts and stops. For example, if capturing a mobile session after a period of user inactivity isn’t relevant to your organization but capturing it after a particular network request is, you can customize the session stop definition to suit your needs. Read the full documentation Android, iOS, Xamarin, and Cordova for details.
Monitor .NET Core for Linux With Latest .NET Agent
We are excited to announce support for .NET Core on Linux! After running through a beta program, we are making our first version of .NET Agent v4.5.7 for Linux available to the public. This release includes coverage for multiple distribution versions, including CentOS, Debian, and Alpine. Based on customer feedback, we included a sample Dockerfile to help you integrate the agent into your application deployment faster. Look out for a Pivotal Cloud Foundry buildpack in the future. We are not going to stop here — the plan is to continue adding more features and extend coverage with every monthly agent release! Read the full documentation for details.
Installing Business IQ On Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Just Got Easier
To separate the task of configuring application performance monitoring and analytics, we've introduced a third tile on the Pivotal Network specifically for application analytics. With this tile, you can deploy an Analytics Agent in the PCF environment to report transactional analytics to your Controller. Additionally, the Extension Buildpack now supports the Java Agent, allowing for advanced configuration and the masking of sensitive information. For details, visit the Application Performance Monitoring,Platform Monitoring, and Application Analytics for PCF Release Notes. You can also check out the latest blog post.
Sync AppDynamics Metrics Into ServiceNow
We’re excited to introduce v3 of the AppDynamics and ServiceNow integration, which offers support for ServiceNow Operational Intelligence. Using the AppDynamics-ServiceNow Data Sync, metrics will flow directly from your AppDynamics Controller to your ServiceNow instances. Take advantage of ServiceNow features like anomaly detection and alerting for automated ITSM and ITOM workflows driven by deeper insights into your infrastructure and applications. For details on the integration, functionality, and metrics, check out our latest blog.
PHP Support for Transaction Analytics
Customers with PHP applications can now correlate performance data to business outcomes with AppDynamics Business iQ (previously available to only Java, .NET and Node.js users). With Business iQ, teams have access to a single, flexible platform that ingests, correlates, and visualizes real-time business and application performance data streaming from end-user devices, applications, and infrastructure.
Service Installer for Database Visibility on Windows
To simplify the installation process, you can now run a script to install the Database Agent as a Windows Service instead of having to launch Database Monitoring via the command line. Read the full documentation for details on installing the Database Agent.
To run the database agent as a Windows Service, run the following command as an administrator: