More than half of application performance bottlenecks originate in the database, but most application teams have little or no visibility into database performance. With AppDynamics' database monitoring product, you get 100% visibility into application performance, from the browser to the database.
The APM Buyers Guide is a directory of the vendors and their product offerings in the Application Performance Management (APM) market, as well as related markets including Business Service Management (BSM), End User Experience Management (EUEM), IT Operations Analytics (ITOA), Log Analysis, Performance and Availability Monitoring, Network Performance Management (NPM), and Application Testing.
The main directory can be accessed by clicking on the Vendors A-Z tab in the left column under Vendor Directory. This directory is an alphabetical list of all the vendors listed in the APM Buyers Guide. Click on any company name on that list and you will go to that vendor's directory page.
Sponsors of the APM Buyers Guide are listed in the left column under Featured Vendors. Click on any company name on that list and you will go to that vendor's directory page.
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In the left column under Product Categories, if you click on one of the categories, you will go to a list of vendors that offer that particular product type. Click on any company name on that list and you will go to that vendor's directory page.
Vendors that feel they should be listed in the APM Buyers Guide or want to change the information on their directory page - or want to sponsor the APM Buyers Guide - should contact Pete Goldin, Editor and Publisher of the APM Buyers Guide.
Monitor network and app performance, app code diagnostics and mobile device profiles.
jKool provides DevOps and IT Ops with easy-to-use Log, Metric & Transaction Analytics for applications. It immediately detects patterns, trends and misbehavior across logs, metrics and transactions. Improve user experience and find and fix problems faster with jKool, available in either SaaS or on-premises offerings.
As hybrid IT environments get more complex, the managing of mainframe subsystems becomes more essential. CA Cross-Enterprise APM provides 24/7 monitoring of business transactions for complex application environments by monitoring the real-time performance of mainframe subsystems and providing CA Application Performance Management with this data on a single pane of glass.
Gain complete visibility into real user experience across both web and mobile applications, with real-time information on browser, network and server performance. Compare across geographies, carriers, application versions, browser and device types.
Turbonomic delivers an autonomic platform where virtual and cloud environments self-manage in real-time to assure application performance. Turbonomic’s patented decision engine dynamically analyzes application demand and allocates shared resources to maintain a continuous state of application health.
Monitor server health to track capacity, memory or CPU consumption, and get alerts for server health issues.
CA Application Delivery Analysis provides end-to-end application response time monitoring to help you manage application performance and prove the performance of applications delivered over the network, validate the impact of change and solve problems faster. CA Application Delivery Analysis also helps you focus investments on the areas that require it most and later quantify the before and after, validate the impact of those changes and verify your investment decisions.
CA APM is the premier APM solution in the marketplace for enterprise organizations who demand the absolute best when monitoring applications they rely upon to drive revenue and strengthen their brand reputation. The largest and most innovative global organizations use CA APM to prevent, identify and quickly fix app problems before they impact the business.
AppDynamics App iQ Platform is built with six intelligent performance engines that work in concert to help ensure enterprises can deliver peak performance across any application, user engagement and business transaction.
- Map iQ
- Diagnostic iQ
- Microservices iQ
- Signal iQ
- Enterprise iQ
Featured Case Studies
Edmunds.com is the leading online resource for information about cars for people looking to buy or simply learn more about the car they already own. John Martin, Sr. Director of Production Engineering at Edmunds.com, knows that keeping the site performing well is important to the business. Martin’s goal is to keep response times for the website below 150 milliseconds, but in order to do so he needed more visibility into application performance.
"I was happy to see I'd found a solution which met all my requirements. AppDynamics' APM is capable of replacing the entire toolkit that I otherwise would have assembled from a number of vendors."
"We wanted a single pane of glass to monitor all applications. I can look at servers that run multiple apps and use APM to determine which app is giving me problems."
"It was simple to deploy. It took minutes, literally. On our first proof-of-concept, we saw results within an hour."
Within the banking world, today’s source of competition is an obsession with serving and delighting customers. With that in mind, Melbourne, Australia based ANZ Bank launched a new application performance management (APM) program with the goal to achieve 100 percent availability of services for their customers. Adam Cartwright, Head of IT Security and Operations at ANZ Bank explains how CA APM helped them prevent defects from getting into production, improve their development cycle, improve productivity and ultimately deliver a better customer experience.
When the retailer invested in a new ecommerce platform, it needed to be able to monitor application performance in order to maintain high service quality during and after the implementation.CA Application Performance Management (APM) monitors development, test, pre-production and production environments. Dashboards provide application overviews, enabling rapid root cause analysis and swift problem resolution. Dansk Supermarked is now able to guarantee high levels of ecommerce performance and improve the user experience. This increases sales and protects the retailer’s brand.
National Instruments’ public-facing website, ni.com, gets updated 120 times/year. The web systems team, which is charged with keeping the site running optimally, used to spend thousands of hours each year troubleshooting issues caused by newly released applications. The inability to quickly find the cause of application performance problems caused tension between the web systems team and the developers, and sometimes negatively affected the site’s users as well. The web systems team now uses AppInternals to quickly diagnose the root causes of application performance problems.
Ipswitch shuts the door on Clayco’s sleepless nights.
Barclays Capital selected Nastel AutoPilot as its middleware monitoring product. AutoPilot is used to address the following concerns: a need to remove legacy and build a middleware platform to last; establish a consistent way to manage a high number of technologies in the communication middleware tier; deployment of monitoring tools to manage the estate.
Garmin is the leading worldwide provider of navigation devices and technologies. In addition to its popular consumer GPS products, Garmin also offers devices for planes, boats, outdoor activities, fitness, and cars. The vertical integration of these products keeps the design, manufacturing, marketing and warehouse processes all in house, allowing Garmin to deliver a seamless experience to its users.