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OPS View

Infrastructure insights (ASD) Application/ Server/ database

Dev Ops or IT Ops view allows to monitor the application, server and database complete stack using their performance counters. Configure warning and critical values to enable alerts for all of the counters. Application monitoring is supported with java and .net profiler, to get the stack trace of all class and method. Profiler has option to exclude or include class and this feature ensures the load on CPU and Memory is optimized.

Server Visibility

 

  1. You can add various Servers to monitor the performance.
  2. Monitor server metrics in relation to your business transactions
  3. Have a summary of CPU, memory, disks and network usage, along with other trends for your servers at your fingertips
  4. Set up health rules and thresholds to automate actions to resolve performance issues

Database Visibility:

 

  1. You can add various Databases to monitor the performance.
  2. Effectively manage life cycle of your database by visually understanding dependencies of other tiers on your database instances
  3. Allow the sophisticated self-learning platform to analyze actual database performance and detect anomalies.

Application monitoring: You can add Mobile Apps, Web Apps, Enterprise Apps and more, to monitor the performance. Application performance monitoring is the key to ensuring that the hard-earned app is delivering the business value it was designed for.
Understanding page views and load times, site page builds performance, and the users’ browser and platform performance – all across various geographical regions – are key metrics for understanding how your website and applications are performing.
Just because an application is up and running, doesn’t necessarily mean that everything is fine. There’s always the possibility that key parts of the application flow are not performing at optimal levels. Multi-tier applications today are complex and there are lots of moving parts between the front-end, middleware, and backend. It’s important therefore to understand the lifecycle of each application including its individual components and modules; the transactions that cross many modules and systems; and the underlying infrastructure of servers and networks that support each application. The use of back-end monitors can detect such things as latency and imbalanced CPU, which can indicate underlying configuration issues that must be addressed.