AppDynamics Adds Free End-User Monitoring to APM Solution
March 06, 2012
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AppDynamics, a Java/.NET application performance management (APM) solution provider, announced the addition of End-User Monitoring to its commercial edition, AppDynamics Pro.

Current and new customers will gain free access to End-User Monitoring as part of their AppDynamics Pro license.

AppDynamics customers will be able to leverage the new End-User Monitoring feature to:

* Monitor their global audience and track End User Experience across the World to pinpoint which geo-locations may be impacted by poor Application Performance

* Capture end-to-end performance metrics for all business transactions – including page rendering time in the Browser, Network time, and processing time in the Application Infrastructure

* Identify bottlenecks anywhere in the end-to-end business transaction flow to help Operations and Development teams triage problems and troubleshoot quickly

* Compare performance across all browsers types – such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Google Chrome, Safari, iOS and Android

AppDynamics End-User Monitoring gives customers:

* Complete End-to-End Visibility of the Browser, Network, and Server-Side latency of every End User Business Transaction

* Full Visibility into the performance of Web 2.0 or Rich Internet Applications (RIA) leveraging AJAX technologies

* Full Visibility for applications running in Private, Public or Hybrid Clouds

* Enhanced Dynamic Baselines and Anomaly Detection that now incorporates end-user experience metrics into its best-in-class problem detection algorithms

* Proactive Analytics and Real-Time Alerts for Ops to rapidly troubleshoot End User Pain

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