The latest News and Information on Application Performance Monitoring and related technologies.


Best Practices for Monitoring Applications Running on Azure App Service

Microsoft Azure has become the go-to cloud computing service for over 95% of Fortune 500 companies—and for good reason. Azure’s flexible and scalable cloud environment offers a secure off-premises solution for your business IT infrastructure, without the need to manage physical servers in your changing IT infrastructure. Azure allows you to manage servers, databases, applications, and more, all from one of Microsoft’s secure global cloud storage sites.

Combine network and application monitoring for visibility into the digital experience

Silos won't help you scale your business, and lack of visibility into both network and application leaves the digital experience at risk. To reduce downtime, share information seamlessly, and troubleshoot more effectively, you need end-to-end visibility into both the application and network.

Creating Custom Plugins Using The Snap Framework

SolarWinds® AppOptics™ was designed from the ground up as a SaaS-based APM tool for cloud-native and traditional IT implementations. It provides out-of-the-box monitoring for applications and infrastructure through simple-to-install APM libraries and host agents. AppOptics makes it easy for multiple teams to quickly assess the health and performance of your applications regardless of how or where they are implemented.


Cloud Native Buildpacks: Shipping Google Cloud Run code with World-class ease

Instana prides itself in being the first Observability tool to launch support of Google Cloud Run via a Cloud Native Buildpack. The Instana Cloud Native Buildpack for Cloud Run makes adding Instana monitoring to your container images built using Google Cloud Buildpacks a breeze.


NGINX Reverse Proxy Metrics to Monitor

NGINX is one of the most popular web servers. According to nginx.com, it powers more than 400 million websites. It is, however, probably even more commonly used as a reverse proxy. Since it acts as a go-between for your application and your users, it’s important to properly monitor NGINX metrics. Sometimes you may find yourself trying to understand some performance degradation of the application while an issue may come from NGINX itself.

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Free Java Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tools - Pros and Cons

Software developers are often only concerned about the functionality of their applications. When these applications are deployed in production, scalability and performance issues surface and application developers then have to worry about performance. Many a times, such situations warrant a complete restructuring of the application code, causing significant impact to new rollouts and current users.