Monitor & Optimize Java Application Performance
Identify slow traces.
Developers can easily identify slow internal invocations (methods) in the Java code and view the entire pathway in a tree view. The trace will chart the sequence of invocations of the URL inclusive of user defined methods.
You can also view the SQL queries involved in such transactions along with its stacktrace .
Evaluate performance of database calls.
Opting to move a part of your database tables to in-memory cache like Memcached, Couchbase or Redis? Make your decision based on relevant data and stats such as:
- The most hit database tables.
- The busiest table and the most performed SQL Operation on the table.
- Web transactions issuing SQL calls.
- The most executed database operations with its response time.
Get detailed performance metrics to identify slow database calls, database usage and overall performance of the database furnished with detailed graphical and tabular representations.
Analyze your JVM metrics.
Monitor critical parameters of JVM like JVM CPU usage count, memory usage, GC count, GC time and thread summary. Configure threshold values for your JVM metrics and get alerted whenever there is an outage.
Monitor your custom Java components.
Develop wider insights into your applications and effortlessly track performance of specific features or modules. Custom Instrumentation for Java agent can be done either by using Java Innotations or through a Configuration File.
Track background transactions.
Apart from web transactions, track the various background tasks run by applications such as those associated with maintenance, schedulers, messaging etc.