Upgraded product now runs Nagios scripts natively, integrates with synthetic end user monitor, claims company
SolarWinds, a provider of IT management software, has launched the latest release of its application performance monitoring product, SolarWinds Application Performance Monitor (APM).
The company said that monitoring the availability and performance of applications and servers is crucial to the health of today’s IT infrastructure.
The company first launched Application Performance Monitor in January to provide systems administrators with visibility into the performance of critical IT services, the underlying application components, the operating system, and the Windows, Unix and Linux server resources.
SolarWinds said the upgraded release features new enhancements including monitoring capability for Java-based applications including Apache Tomcat, JBoss, GlassFish, WebSphere, WebLogic, and more with JMX MBean monitors.
The latest release also runs Nagios scripts natively, with no conversion required, and integrates with Synthetic End User Monitor to proactively monitor Web applications, said the company.
Other improvements include: new and updated out-of-the-box Expert Templates for over a dozen commonly monitored applications; supports complex scripts that return multiple values; multi-value charts provide the ability to graph multiple values in a single chart to show trending in a single pane; data transforms allows mathematical operations on statistical values to be performed before display, reporting, and storage; and an enhanced performance and user interface, added SolarWinds.