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Application performance monitoring (APM) is a section of information technology (IT) that looks after ensuring computer code application programs are performing as expected or not. Application monitoring tools maintain this monitoring or tracking. The ultimate goal of performance monitoring is to supply end users with a top quality end-user experience.

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why should you use application performance

Why Should You Use Application Performance Monitoring Tool?

Application performance monitoring (APM) is a section of information technology (IT) that looks after

ensuring computer code application programs are performing as expected or not. Application

monitoring tools maintain this monitoring or tracking. The ultimate goal of performance monitoring is to

supply end users with a top quality end-user experience.

Application performance monitoring tools give administrators with the information they have to quickly

discover and figure out issues that negatively impact an application's performance. Such tools can be

specific to a selected application or monitor multiple applications on constant network, grouping data

concerning client C.P.U. usage, memory demands, data output and the overall bandwidth.

Application performance management is basically a business created term for anything that has got to

do with managing or monitoring the performance of your code, application dependencies, dealing times,

and user experiences on the whole.

There are three varieties of APM monitoring tools

App metrics based: many tools use numerous server and app metrics and call it APM. At the

best they will tell you how several requests your app gets and potentially that URLs can be slow.

Since they don’t do code level profiling, they can’t tell you why.

Code level performance based: They are the standard type of application performance

management products based on code profiling and transaction tracing.

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Network based: They are the tools with regards to their ability to measure application

performance as per the network traffic. There is an entire product class known as NPM that

focuses on this kind of solutions.

Why should you use them? Have a look at these features.

Performance of each web request and transaction

At the center of APM, you've got to be able to measure the performance of each internet request and

transaction in your application. You’ll then use this to grasp that requests are accessed the foremost,

that is the slowest, and which ones you should increase your backlog to boost. Knowing the performance

of each internet request is simply the beginning though. You’ll potentially get that from an internet

server access log. The real secret understands the why.

Usage and performance of all application dependencies like databases, net services, caching and more

Why your application is slow typically comes right down to a spike in traffic or a tangle with one of your

application dependencies.

It is quite common to possess these kinds of problems while

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A particular SQL query is slow

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SQL database server is down

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External HTTP net services calls are failing

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Noisy neighbors within the cloud inflicting issues

Code level performance profiling

If you wish to know why your application is slow, throwing errors, or has weird bugs in it, you've got to

get right down to the code level. Knowing that an explicit internet request doesn’t work is vital and really

pretty straightforward. Deciding why it doesn’t work is tough, generally very exhausting.

By tracking what your application is doing with an application performance monitor all the way down to

the code level, you will probably gain far more insights concerning what's occurring which include:

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What are key strategies in your code being called?

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Which strategies are slow?

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Is your app slow because of things like JIT, garbage collection, etc?

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What dependencies are being called?

Basic server monitoring and metrics like CPU or memory

Application issues will occur for lots of reasons. Due to virtualization and also the cloud, a server going

down isn’t near as common currently. However, it still will happen and is something you wish to monitor

for. It’s additionally essential to monitor things like server CPU and memory. Lots of recent net

applications aren't sometimes CPU bound however they will still use lots of CPU and it's a helpful

indicator for auto-scaling your application within the cloud.

Application log data

Whenever anything} goes wrong in production the primary thing you'll hear a developer say is “send me

the logs”. Log information is typically the eyes and also the ears of developers once their applications are

deployed. Developers want access to their logs via a centralized logging solution like a log management

product. Luckily, log management is an enclosed APM feature in Retrace. Most APM solutions don’t

support the #1 factor developers wish to see… their logs!

Application errors

The final thing we tend ever to need is for a user to contact us and tell us that our application is giving

them an error or simply blowing up. As developers, we have to bear in mind at any time this happens

and perpetually anticipating them. Errors are the primary line of defense for locating application issues.

We want to search out and fix the errors, or at least understand them, before or customers call to inform

us as a result of odds is most of them won’t even call to inform you. They’ll simply go elsewhere.

Excellent error tracking, reporting, and alerting are completely essential to developers in an application

performance management system. We would extremely suggest fixing alerts for brand new exceptions

as well as for monitoring overall error rates. Anytime you are doing a new preparation for production

you should be watching your error dashboards to examine if any new issues have arisen. Odds are, you'll

realize some sort of new errors that you simply will then quickly establish and hotfix.

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Real user monitoring (RUM)

Understand the performance of your applications on the server aspect is very important. However,

today’s applications use most javascript that it's vital to conjointly monitor how long it takes their

browser to completely load and render your web content. A straightforward javascript error or slow

loading javascript file might utterly disfigure your application. Real user monitoring, or RUM, is another

vital feature of APM that developers got to totally monitor their applications.

Moving forward with custom applications

Standard server and application metrics can be very helpful for monitoring your applications. However,

you may get way more value by creating and monitoring your own custom metrics. Different tools have

different functionalities; we can use them to do things like monitoring how many log messages per

minute are being uploaded to us or how long it will take to process a message off of a queue. These

kinds of custom metrics are simple to create and can be very useful for application performance

monitoring.

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