Site24x7 is an online web infrastructure monitoring service from ManageEngine. It monitors the availability and performance of websites and web applications from 40+ different geographical locations worldwide.
Now just imagine what will you get when Applications Manager integrates with Site24x7. Apart from the usual monitoring capabilities, you also get:
- A perspective from outside your data center, from locations closer to where your actual end users are.
- Performance metrics of your applications from 40+ geographical locations - right inside Applications Manager.
- A single alarm console – alerts from Site24x7 can be synchronized into the Alarms and Operations view of Applications Manager.
To get started with this integration, all you need is to sign up for a Site24x7 account, add monitors to your Site24x7 account and configure Applications Manager for data integration. Learn more >>
Troubleshoot .Net apps faster than ever
The 'APM Insight for .Net Web Transactions' feature provides better visibility into how .Net applications behave for your end users. It also helps you quickly pinpoint and resolve application performance degradation issues regardless of the cause. By including user satisfaction measurement metrics such as Apdex scores alongside other key performance metrics, APM Insight enables you deliver a superior end user experience.
You can view the transaction trace history and performance metrics of all components, ranging from URLs to SQL queries. If there is any performance degradation, you can see a trail of .Net method invocations to further pinpoint the problematic code.
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"Applications Manager has given us the capability to stand the demanding production environment and to survive on most critical situations. It has allowed us to monitor the environment in detail to provide near real-time identification and resolution of issues even before they occur."
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This time, that year
November 2011: Applications Manager introduces support for monitoring the VMware vFabric cloud platform by introducing monitoring support for tc Server.