- How can you ensure true visibility and insight into your applications?
- Do you want to know which J2EE or Java component is responsible for the performance bottleneck ?
- Do you want to know which SQL Query slows down your web application and monitor JVM performance?
- How can you troubleshoot application performance issues to deliver superior user experience?
Applications Manager's APM Insight provides you with unmatched visibility into the way your business applications behave for your end users. Applications Manager helps to better visualize J2EE Web Transactions end to end, with performance metrics of all components starting from URLs to SQL queries. Identify and resolve performance degradation no matter where they originate.
Measure user satisfaction with Apdex scores, transaction traces and performance metrics of Java/ J2EE components, EJB, and SQL statements executed by the URL can be traced. Further, to identify bottlenecks in performance, a trail of the Java method invocations can be seen to identify the offending code.
Gauging the performance of your database
With APM Insight you can get detailed performance metrics to identify the slow database calls, database usage and overall performance of the database furnished with detailed graphical and tabular representations. Listing web transactions performed by a database helps you narrow down and isolate the root cause of performance slowdown.
Transaction tracing with APM Insight
Get the execution details (trace) for URLs displayed as a tree structure. The trace will chart the sequence of the internal invocations (methods) of the URL. You can also identify the SQL queries executed during the transaction and hence identify the worst performing database queries.
You can also perform JVM Monitoring and analyze thread dump of a running JVM in production. The execution time of the URL and status is displayed along with the performance data for the various components like Java/ J2EE components, EJB, and SQL.