Increase application performance & resilience with advanced monitoring features
Infraon ITIM detects issues that affect databases exchange/web servers or any custom apps without dealing with complex application software. Be equipped with actionable reporting capabilities to pinpoint and resolve critical IT application issues.
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Database Monitoring (SQL)
Get a clear picture of database performance by monitoring key metrics like SQL query & response time. Reduce application delays or inconsistencies & reduce user frustration.
Web Server Monitoring
Measure availability, performance & health of your web servers that host business-critical applications. Unearth usage patterns to optimize overall performance.
Exchange Server Monitoring
Free your exchange server admins from dealing with application downtime concerns. Give them a complete view into points of failures to troubleshoot issues in real-time.
Service/Process Availability & Performance
Discover & diagnose complex issues that affect IT-related service & process availability while monitoring performance to increase IT effectiveness.
Custom Reports & Dashboards
Custom Alerts & Notifications
Integrated Incident/Fault Management
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Application monitoring tools are gadgets or instruments that provide detailed information about the application’s availability, user experience, supporting networks, and infrastructure to ensure developers do not rely on mere guesswork. The elements of a complete application performance monitoring solution include:
Performance and usage of application dependencies like caching, databases, web services, etc.
Performance of individual web transactions and requests.
Transaction traces of specific lines of code.
Errors relating to the application.
Server metrics like monitor, CPU, etc.
Application structure metrics like performance counters, JMX Mbeans, etc.
Application Log data.
You can use various IT monitoring applications to gain tremendous visibility into IT and business performance. Here are some common forms of application monitoring you can use:
Application Availability or Uptime Monitoring saves your business from disastrous situations by checking the uptime of the servers and apps and notifying you as soon as the problem arises.
Application Performance Monitoring refers to the tools and processes that assist IT professionals in ensuring that an application meets performance requirements.
Application Error Monitoring helps finds the errors and bugs in your software and applications so that your program works smoothly.
Application Log Monitoring refers to the process of searching, collecting, analyzing, and inference the log data available from the different applications.
Application Database Monitoring is about tracking the performance of the database and other resources to maintain a high performance.
Application Security Monitoring - There are times when the problems in your applications are not because of bugs or user action; it is because of malicious activities. Application security monitoring protects against such issues.
APM is the process of monitoring the various facets of an application environment. The motive is to identify and ease issues before turning them into a bigger problem. Numerous APM benefits come along.
APM splits up the operational silos - Provides a uniform view of the application stack, which involves every connection point, component, dependency, and connection point.
Helps you meet and exceed customer expectations: APM shows real-time performance insights allowing you to make fast changes whenever there’s an issue. It provides contextual data, which minimizes the meantime needed to resolve and restore your application to its usual performance.
Protects your company’s bottom line by improving the application performance.
APM observes and monitors the speed of transactions, giving an overall view of potential service interruptions and bottlenecks. Application performance monitoring analyses how the apps perform in general and if they behave correctly. If the applications behave strangely, the data is collected for the issue. If deviations are found, they are corrected to resolve the issue.
Application performance monitoring works by:
Analyzing whether your applications are behaving appropriately.
Suppose you find some glitch, alert, and start collecting data on the source of the issue. (Be it the app, app dependencies, or any supporting infrastructure.)
Investigate the data regarding its impact on your business.
Adapt to your application environment to fix similar problems before affecting your business.
APM focuses on five main components of app performance:
Runtime application architecture.
Real user monitoring.
Analytics and reporting.