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Diving Into What’s New in Java & .NET Monitoring

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In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added quite a few features to our Java and .NET APM solutions. With the addition of the service endpoints, an improved JMX console, JVM crash detection and crash reports, additional support for many popular frameworks, and async support we have the best APM solution in the marketplace for Java and .NET applications.

Added support for frameworks:

  • TypeSafe Play/Akka

  • Google Web Toolkit

  • JAX-RS 2.0

  • Apache Synapse

  • Apple WebObjects

Service Endpoints

With the addition of service endpoints customers with large SOA environments can define specific service points to track metrics and get associated business transaction information. Service endpoints helps service owners monitor and troubleshoot their own specific services within a large set of services:

JMX Console

The JMX console has been greatly improved to add the ability to manage complex attributes and provide executing mBean methods and updating mBean attributes:

JVM Crash Detector

The JVM crash detector has been improved to provide crash reports with dump files that allow tracing the root cause of JVM crashes:

Async Support

We  added improved support for asynchronous calls and added a waterfall timeline for better clarity in where time is spent during requests:

  

AppDynamics for .NET applications has been greatly improved by adding better integration and support for Windows AzureASP.Net MVC 5, improved Windows Communication Foundation support, and RabbitMQ support:

 

Async Support

We  added support for asynchronous calls in .NET and added a waterfall timeline for better clarity in where time is spent during requests:

 

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