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Diving Into What’s New in PHP & Node.js Monitoring

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In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added quite a few features to our PHP APM solution and announce beta support for Node.js applications. We now have the best APM solution in the market for PHP applications with support for PHP versions 5.2 to 5.5:

 

Our Java and .NET customers know and love our support for distributed transaction correlation and we are proud to announce we now have support in PHP. Through our latest PHP agent you can get complete visibility across complex distributed applications:

 

As of the latest release you can now track your PHP command line scripts via AppDynamics. With PHP Command Line Interface (CLI) support you can get visibility into your background tasks with each script showing up as a new business transaction:

We added Redis + RabbitMQ support for complete visibility accross all of your backend services in PHP:

With the Apache + Nginx extensions you can now track custom metrics via the metric browser to get visibility not only into PHP, but your web servers as well. The extensions enable you to capture metrics like active connections, total number of requests, resource utilization, and thoroughput:

 

In the AppDynamics Spring 2014 release we added beta support for Node.js applications. With the native Node.js agent you we have added support for all the core AppDynamics features users know and love including auto-discovery of business transactions, dynamic baselining, application flow maps,  and transaction snapshots. The AppDynamics Node.js agent supports almost all Node.js frameworks out of the box and supports Node.js 0.6+

With process snapshots and complete call graphs you get complete visibility to find the root cause of performance problems:

The Node.js agent has built-in support for PostgreSQL, MySQL, MongoDB, Cassandra, Riak, Memcache, and Redis backends.

Take five minutes to get complete visibility into the performance of your production applications with AppDynamics todayGet started today by signing up for the Node.js beta agent!

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Sandi Mappic has a passion for making apps go faster. She works with AppDynamics around the clock to help customers resolve performance pain and master application performance management