Monitor C/C++ application performance — focused on business transactions — end-to-end in the most complex and distributed environments to deliver exceptional user experience by proactively identifying and resolving performance issues.
Monitor end-to-end business transaction performance, with Transaction Tag and Follow
- Instrument the C/C++ application with the SDK to discover application topology and interdependencies including external web services, and trace key business transactions based on production application behavior
- Visualize and prioritize the business transactions performance and not just the health of the application and infrastructure nodes
Correlate with distributed applications with the industry’s broadest coverage of languages and technologies
Monitor the calls to back-end systems, for example, databases, message queues, web services
Leverage platform extensibility for wider application monitoring coverage
Monitor C/C++ production application at code-level depth with minimal overhead
Monitor every transaction but intelligently create troubleshooting snapshots for anomalous transactions only, making the platform scale to meet the demands of large enterprises
Instrument the code to add additional details and troubleshooting data in the transaction snapshot
Minimize false alarms with automated baselining and alerting
Know your performance in the context of auto-generated dynamic baselines
Integrated with incidents and alerting systems ServiceNow, PagerDuty, and Jira
Resolve C/C++ application issues quickly for exceptional end-user experience
Avoid tedious manual steps with Runbook Automation by automatically resolving performance issues as they are developing
Leverage the DevOps Virtual War Room capability to enable everyone to collaborate and troubleshoot while sharing the same performance data
Saas, on-premises or hybrid deployment options
You want to use an industry-standard compile and deploy monitoring solution.
You have access to your application source code.
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