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Application Performance Management, also known by the APM acronym, allows you to diagnose application performance problems at any level. Half of all enterprises experience application outages several times a month, but diagnosing and fixing application monitoring issues can be complicated.
With APM, you get performance insights that expose and diagnose bottlenecks within the application code and application systems to help you fix issues before users are impacted.
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Application performance directly impacts business performance. Users rely on applications to reach customers, build and sell products, provide services, automate business processes, and perform almost every other task critical to the business. Yet as applications have become more critical, they have also become more complex— operating in cloud, SaaS, hybrid networks and end-user mobility environments.
For most IT teams, application performance and availability are some of the most visible indicators of their success. Any piece of the puzzle, any flaw in the service, can slow application performance down or cause it to fail completely. To ensure that applications are reliable 24/7, and yield the results that users and business desire, they need to be continuously monitored and analyzed.
APM helps you build and deliver high-performing applications, infrastructure, and networks on and off the cloud. It continuously monitors applications with minimal overhead to give you end-to-end visibility and insights around-the-clock and provides:
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A comprehensive APM solution is critical to minimize downtime and maximize productivity. APM enables App Ops and DevOps teams to:
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