AppDynamics Announces Fully Integrated Application Monitoring For Microsoft Azure Platform
December 07, 2015
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AppDynamics has extended its relationship with Microsoft Corp.

AppDynamics’ customers can now utilize an open development environment with Microsoft Azure or Microsoft .NET, providing them a single application intelligence platform that they have been demanding.

“To create a far-reaching development environment takes a strong ecosystem,” said Mathew Polly, VP of Worldwide Alliances and Business Development for AppDynamics. “With AppDynamics’ enhanced support for .NET and Azure environments, application performance is quickly transforming from a management task that occurs after an application goes into production. It’s an integral and integrated part of the end-to-end software development lifecycle. This will dramatically improve the developer experience and their ability to quickly deliver high performance applications to the market.”

“Today’s announcement represents a deepening of Microsoft’s and AppDynamics’ relationship,” said Eduardo Enciso, Partner Business Evangelist at Microsoft. “Microsoft is committed to provide our customers with a truly open development environment to help ensure they can use any platform to develop and manage applications for any cloud environment. AppDynamics shares that vision.”

With the integration of AppDynamics 4.2 functionality into Azure and .NET, customers can have a single tool to monitor the performance and gain insight into production applications in environments. In addition, developers can use the AppDynamics agent in Azure to accelerate development of new, high-performance applications on any software platform more quickly — by integrating application performance monitoring and intelligence at every phase of the software development lifecycle: dev/test, staging/deployment, and production.

Through the agent, AppDynamics’ functionality has been integrated into Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, Microsoft Azure Database as a Service, and Microsoft Azure Service Bus.

AppDynamics has also enhanced support for .NET 4.6 environments, providing developers with visibility into an increased number of applications across .NET platforms that will streamline the development process and enhance the developer experience.

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