Among the many products, AppNeta is into providing SaaS solutions that give Development, Application and IT Operations team’s broad, detailed performance data to see across their web, mobile and cloud-delivered application environments and also help pinpoint performance bottlenecks. In the world of SaaS applications, hawk-eyed monitoring can be the differentiator between success and failure.
As posted on its official blog, AppNeta's new big data architecture was designed to scale to more than 50 trillion unique performance metrics allowing customers “to better understand the performance of business-critical applications and who is doing what on their networks.” Its highly parallelized Cloud-based architecture, claims the company, was designed to deliver near real-time performance insight, supporting fast query performance while running against large historical data sets.
In the words of Jim Frey, Vice President of Research, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), AppNeta had embraced Big Data and Cloud technologies to offer a depth of current and historical performance metrics that he claimed was “unprecedented for a SaaS-based solution." “The ability to capture, store and analyse a rich combination of application and network performance information, at scale across multiple locations and users, is something every business needs to be doing to adequately assure business continuity and properly execute capacity planning."
By providing performance visibility deep into the application code integrated with network performance metrics and end user experience monitoring, AppNeta says it helps customers pinpoint outliers and bottlenecks, without really losing the broader performance trends occurring across applications and networks. With this level of integrated visibility into the application environment, customers quickly understand the experience of their end users across web, mobile and cloud-delivered applications.
AppNeta’s full stack APM solutions for mobile and web applications include:
- Code-level application performance monitoring
- Synthetic transaction monitoring
- Application-aware traffic analysis
- Network health and performance monitoring
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