Identify and resolve issues prior to release
- Automatically generate application flow maps that dynamically update with every release
- Leverage machine learning and intelligent baselining to determine when and how application performance deviates from normal
- Smart alerting ensures that alerts for every release are in the context of business performance, giving you the insights that drive results
Drill down to the root cause of application release issue in three clicks
Decrease MTTR with application release issues to avoid impacting your customer experience.
Quickly identify and isolate the application calls that have led to performance problems.
Ensure that new releases enhance the customer journey
See who, where and when people are using your web or mobile applications in order to better plan release cycles.
Identify application crashes immediately and understand the user journey to help with new release planning and design activity.
Automatically respond to increased application demand so that new releases don’t cause capacity issues
With Intersight Workload Optimization (IWO), you’ll be able to establish automated actions, like workload placement, scaling and capacity increases to mitigate errors associated with a release.
Compare application releases to ensure they’re delivering benefits to your business
See in real-time how new releases are performing against older versions.
Ensure that key business transactions in new releases are delivering the performance that users expect.
Leverage unified analytics to plan and prioritize which new application features will deliver business success
Understand how current releases are supporting revenue generation.
Gain insight into user engagement and performance of your software releases so you can focus on developing the right new features in the next iteration.
“We’re an agile shop. We usually release code into production once or twice a week. But outages and fixes interrupt our sprints and impact productivity... [With AppDynamics] we’ve gained immediate visibility into how our code works in production.”
Manager of Web Development, PennWell Corp.
EMA: Application performance monitoring (APM)
Industry challenges, state of the art, and the case for unified monitoring.
What is application performance monitoring?
Identify potential issues, ensure optimal use, and provide a seamless user experience online.