AppDynamics provides an application intelligence platform to monitor and optimize customer experiences related to application performance. Absolute visibility of a user's application environment, including Android, iOS, Browser, Java, NET, PHP, Node.js, SQL, NoSQL, and Servers Networks. This is a unique offer called Unified Monitoring.
The solution is Intended for software-defined organizations, mainly in Financial Services, Retail, Media, Telecom, Insurance, Healthcare industry, as well as Government institutions. When it comes to deployment, there are three options: cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), or as an on-premises.
AppDynamics offers following modules: application performance monitoring, end-user monitoring, infrastructure visibility, and business monitoring.
With Unified Monitoring provided, users can instantly identify customer influencing issues, and implement quicker procedures and troubleshooting.
The first usage analytics solution purpose-built for distributed software applications provides deep insight on product feature use.
Get started in 30 minutes with SDK integration and out-of-the-box reporting, instantly see usage trends and user behavior.
ReachOutTM in-app messaging delivers contextually relevant messages such as: product announcements, offers, how to tips, or prompts to upgrade; based on targeting you define, such as feature usage, geography, version or license status.
Who Uses This Software?
- Organization: Software producers developing installed/desktop software.
- Stakeholders: Product Managers, Software Developers and Marketers who need metrics.
- Install Base: Hundreds to 10s of millions.
Until today, companies in the log management market focused on indexing and visualizing data, but the problem of simply having too many logs to handle remained, leaving companies not knowing what to search, where to search and most of all, when to search.
Coralogix automatically clusters millions of log records back into their patterns and finds connections between those patterns to form the baseline flows of each software individually, thus helping companies to get a hold of their log data and proactively solve their production problems.
End User Monitoring
Application Health Dashboard
Real-Time Business Transaction Monitoring
Reports and Visibility into App
Visualize & Manage your Entire Application
Detect Business Impact and Performance Spikes
Analyze Impact of Agile Releases
Deep Code-Level Diagnostics in Production
Dynamic Scaling in the Cloud
In-application direct to desktop messaging.
Event tracking and feature usage to identify most popular features.
Charts customer adoption, engagement, and attrition at every stage and product release.
Gain visibility into what trial users are doing after they download your software.
Exception tracking with stack trace provides a comprehensive view to accelerate fixes.
Data API merges usage data with third-party applications for a powerful advanced analytics.
Cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), or via on-premises deployment. Operating systems: Windows, Macintosh, Android, iOS.
What is this service generally used for?
This service is generally used for Application Performance Management (APM).
Does this service offer guides, tutorials and or customer support?
Yes, there is extensive helpdesk documentation as well as a full demo product with sample data that users can explore.
Does this service offer an API?
Yes, It supports integration with third party systems like your CRM or Business Intelligence platform, through web reporting APIs or embedded HTML widgets.
What is this service generally used for?
Analyzing how your users are engaging with your software. Software usage analytics gives you powerful insight to make data-driven product decisions, leverage in-application messaging to convert trial users, and evaluate churn to better retain customers.
What platforms does this service support?
Installed software applications built on:
Windows, Mac & Linux
Does this service offer multi-user capability (e.g. teams)?
Yes, by default 30 dashboard users with granular permissions.
What are some applications this service is commonly used in tandem with?