Enterprise organizations often are choosing Microsoft Azure as their preferred Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for building modern cloud applications or migrating their existing applications to the cloud. However, monitoring complex, fast-growing applications at scale in the cloud can be challenging. AppDynamics for Microsoft Azure delivers visibility and insight into your applications using .NET or .NET Core code execution, Azure services, and serverless functions out of the box, allowing application owners to rapidly troubleshoot performance bottlenecks and optimize the performance of their applications running in Azure.
Automatic application discovery
AppDynamics automatically detects your application components running in Microsoft Azure, including Microsoft Azure services like Azure App Service — Web Apps, WebJobs, and Azure Functions. Get full-stack visibility into your application’s dependencies, including databases, message bus, and containers regardless of the environment or deployment methodologies.
Migrate to cloud - without any surprises
AppDynamics automatically discovers resources, base lines application performance metrics, and visualizes real-time interactions of every dependency to ensure a successful migration. Use AppDynamics’ performance baselines for all your applications before and after migrating to the cloud. This can help you reduce the length of migration time and ensure the transition to the cloud has a positive effect on your business as well as end users.
Deep visibility, out-of-box
AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform is the only application performance management solution that instruments your applications' line of code out of the box. With AppDynamics, you can rapidly drill down to the .NET and .NET Core calls responsible for latency, allowing you to troubleshoot bottlenecks and optimize your code faster than ever before.
AppDynamics is the only application performance management solution that instruments every line of code out of the box. With AppDynamics, you can rapidly drill down to the .NET method call responsible for latency, allowing you to troubleshoot bottlenecks and optimize your code faster than ever before.