Application Performance Monitoring (APM)
Maintain a flawless user experience with responsive applications in a dynamic application environment of continuous integration and delivery using APM.
Find out how by reading the application performance monitoring tech paper.
Why monitor application performance?
Get deep insights for early detectionAnticipate service disruptions to quickly identify root-cause and reduce time to remediation and recovery.
Monitor and optimize the user experienceUse synthetic or real user traffic to keep experiences consistent and optimal, which translates to higher conversion and retention rates.
Automate workflows and provisioningUse intelligent triggers integrated with auto-remediation to focus on struggling services and potential breakpoints before they impact user experience.
Keep user experience great with multiple APM approaches
- Synthetic transaction monitoring (STM) emulates user traffic and load in order to monitor the application and is useful especially during transition periods, upgrades, updates and new functionalities.
- Real user monitoring (RUM) reveals the real deal — real users doing what they do — and takes into account every contributing factor to the real end-user experience.
- Distributed tracing monitoring helps maintain performance visibility of causally-related events in transaction execution in order to protect critical business workflows.
Sample APM implementations using InfluxDB
- Optimizing end-user experience and purchase transactions in e-commerce space
- Monitoring transactions in online gambling and gaming platforms
- Monitoring website availability and performance in real-time via end-user emulation
- Observing cluster backup transactions in cloud environment
Application performance monitoring made easy
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