Application Performance Monitoring

Collect, analyze, and visualize performance data from mobile to mainframe.

 

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AutoPilot APM

AutoPilot for APM’s real-time monitoring is enterprise-grade, meaning it extends across Web Services, Java, and .NET running on distributed system platforms, middleware, mainframes, and mobile. It delivers the visibility you need to understand the health of your applications, with the fast-acting automation necessary to slash the frequency and duration of outages.

AutoPilot finds problems before users are impacted. Prebuilt wizards, templates, policies and web-based dashboards make your solution easy to deploy and use. And because AutoPilot is based upon an analytics engine specifically built for enterprise-grade implementations, it easily scales to handle the largest volumes of events.

Benefits

  • Eliminate the Need for Constant Eyes-on-Screen Monitoring – create powerful rules to monitor your environment, eliminating false alarms and providing automated notification of real situations that require attention
  • Cut Support Costs – easy-to-use tools detect and correct MQ-based problems; MTTR is improved and more support tasks are completed with fewer resource demands
  • Improve User Experiences – reduce or mitigate outages and performance issues; avoid reputational damage and customer attrition from dissatisfied users
  • Maintain Application Performance with Real-time, End-to-End Monitoring –deep, real-time monitoring and instrumentation for any application
  • Lower Operational Risk – high-speed detection, automated root-cause analysis, and predictive analytics resolves problems before users and SLAs are affected
  • Best-of-breed for WebSphere MQ management – We are the MQ Doctor®
AutoPilot for Application Performance Monitoring

AutoPilot for APM reaches across the enterprise

Features

  • Broad Software Support – operates with Web Services, Java, .NET, z/OS, IBM MQ family of products, DataPower, TIBCO, Solace
  • Easy Integration – built-in connectivity with SNMP, Twitter, RSS, dashboards, event consoles, and more
  • Cut Support Costs – easy-to-use tools detect and correct MQ-based problems; MTTR is improved and more support tasks are completed with fewer resource demands
  • Complex Event Processing (CEP) – fully distributed, ultra-high-performance CEP engine handles distributed policies and statistical baseline generation
  • User-defined rules, alerts, policies and KPIs
  • Flexible Instrumentation – extensible application instrumentation (logs, SQL, syslog…)
  • User-defined Business Views – intuitive, easily defined dashboards provide insights at a glance
  • Enterprise-grade Control – robust, granular security, authentication and access control. Integration with enterprise system management platform
  • Web-based Operations – web operations console plus UNIX-based console support

Predictive Analytics Highlights

  • Real-time monitoring with sub-second analytics
  • Pre-built processing rules and dashboards
  • Extensible and scalable from small to large deployments
  • Built-in failover; scales on an active grid
  • Complex Event Processing (CEP) engine for advanced application analytics and rules
  • Combines business and IT KPIs
  • Supports virtual, physical and hybrid deployments

Application Performance Monitoring Architecture

APM Architecture Diagram

Monitors Any Type Application

  • Web Services, Java, .NET, z/OS, IBM MQ Family of products, DataPower, TIBCO, Solace
  • Integrates with SNMP, Twitter, RSS, dashboards, event consoles
  • Extensible application instrumentation (logs, SQL, syslog)

More Information

If you are interested in additional, in-depth material on APM topics, we suggest the following items from the Nastel Library:

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