DevOps teams and Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) are constantly challenged to accelerate application delivery, optimize software development, and continuously fine-tune performance—all while ensuring releases meet business and performance objectives in production.
Without sufficient data, troubleshooting teams are unable to identify or resolve app issues in production apps. Often much time is wasted either waiting for the problem to happen again, or in war rooms trying to isolate the source of a problem.
Dev/test teams need to proactively identify and resolve bottlenecks before an app goes live to avoid issues in production.
With an ever-growing mix of open-source and commercial tools and cloud-native platforms, CI/CD teams are challenged to simplify monitoring and administrative overhead across the DevOps toolchain.
With Aternity’s big data approach, you will always have all the evidence you need to isolate root causes and rapidly troubleshoot issues in production. Trace every transaction end to end across every tier for the most complete distributed tracing in the industry.
Proactively identify trends and anomalies, and address potential issues well before they are amplified by high transaction volumes or otherwise become significant enough to impact performance in production.
Monitor and profile apps as new features and upgrades are rolled out to ensure optimum performance. Prioritize roadmap and troubleshooting projects based on feature usage and business impact.
We’re now able to look inside of the developers’ code—without having to modify the code—while it’s running in our production environment. That’s fantastic. I can’t imagine someone running a site of any real size without this capability.
Aternity gives us a circle of development that helps us to be responsive, pushes us to be proactive, positions us to be predictive, which then allows us to be pre-emptive. This is a result of having one solution that provides us with a complete view across networks, applications and end users.
Thanks to Aternity, we are able to support two major processes: qualification of applications during the development phase as well as content visibility of services and business applications.