Assess the real level of the services offered and the impact of incidents on the users’ experience. Formulate response actions based on an impartial view on IT and business requirements. Optimise applications and the support infrastructure to support ensuring SLAs.
CA Application Performance Management
- Can monitor Java and .Net applications up to code level, to detect changes and sources of performance issues.
- Measures response time between the components involved in the architecture of an application.
- Quick response to incidents that impact the performance of applications. Sorts the events, identifies the sources of problems and analyses their main causes; measures the impact and priority of performance incidents. Formulates proactive action to ensure a quality experience for the end user.
- Correlates information on transactions to the support infrastructure and sorts the applications by infrastructure.
- Enables testing, reporting and accurate warning on the performance of web-based applications.
- Supplies real-time information on the services provided and the SLA
The solution includes several functional components that comply with the requirements of enterprise applications. The most frequently used components are:
- Fig.1: Introscope; architecture for a minima CA APM configuration.
- Fig.2: display elements on the CA APM console.
CA APM is compatible with all key technologies and platforms:
- Oracle, Sun One, Tomcat, Oracle Weblogic Server, Oracle WebLogic Portal, IBM Websphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM WebSphere Application Server for Distributed Environments, IBM WebSphere MQ Connectors & Messaging System, SAP NetWeaver, BEA Weblogic server, IBM CICS Transaction Gateway, Microsoft SharePoint Portal.