Accomplish all monitoring from a single console
Leverage a single, integrated platform to monitor an entire application ecosystem: end users, applications, and underlying infrastructure components such as application servers, databases, big data stores, middleware and messaging components, web servers, web services, ERP packages, virtual systems, and cloud resources.
Monitor web server and service performance
Keep an eye on the performance of web servers, web services, and caching layers in the context of the business applications they support. Get instant notifications when there are problems. Identify the root cause of issues quickly and take corrective measures before end user experience is affected.
Troubleshoot and monitor databases
Monitor and troubleshoot databases to optimize application performance. Get comprehensive insight into the health and performance of your databases without using an agent. Track slow queries, expensive statements, response times, failures, page faults, and a whole lot of KPIs.
Track the health and performance of application servers
Ensure the performance of business application is not affected by infrastructure issues. Get deep visibility into the health and performance of application servers. Understand key performance indicators including resource usage trends such as CPU and memory usage. Get visibility into running processes, JVM usage, and more. certain threshold is reached.
Perform synthetic monitoring with a real browser
Simulate business-critical, multi-page workflows via Selenium-based scripting of tests. Record business-critical transactions using an easy-to-use recorder tool, all without any scripting. Play back recorded transactions at regular time intervals on a real browser, such as Mozilla Firefox, from multiple geographical locations (e.g. enterprise branch offices or actual customer locations).
Manage faults by performing root cause analysis
Identify and resolve application faults before end users run into problems. Get notified of problems through email and SMS alerts. Automate problem resolution by executing corrective programs and scripts, as well as sending SNMP traps. Trigger actions based on threshold violations; for example, automatically start, stop, or restart Windows services, VMs, and Amazon EC2 instances when a certain threshold is reached.