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Announcing AppDynamics Mobile APM for iOS and Android apps

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AppDynamics is excited to announce the release of AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring supporting iOS and Android. With this expansion, AppDynamics is the first complete application performance management solution for optimizing the end to end performance of mobile apps  and websites across devices, mobile operating systems, application versions, carrier networks, databases and servers. The new AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring solution enables organizations to deliver a reliable, consistent mobile experience and protect increasingly important mobile device revenue streams and customer interactions, even under the most demanding situations.

“End to end visibility into the performance of production mobile apps is growing in importance,” said Hanna Sicker, site operations manager at StubHub. “So it’s exciting news to hear today that AppDynamics is now making its next generation APM technology available to monitor, manage and improve the performance of mobile applications in real time.”

Mobile applications now account for 15 percent of all Internet traffic, with 1.5 billion users worldwide. Done right, a simple iPhone application can reach 50 million users in days. While good performance gets a high rating and strong sales in the app store, poor performance will impact the application’s rating—and can cost a business tens of thousands of dollars for every second of delayed response or app failure. Most APM products look only at application code, leaving businesses in the dark about device, network, database or server issues. With AppDynamics Mobile APM you get complete visibility across all of your mobile applications:

  • End User Experience Monitoring – Get complete visibility into the end user experience of your iOS and Android users globally in real-time

  • Crash Reporting – Understand the root cause of application crashes and hangs

  • Network Request Snapshots with Server-Side Correlation  - Get end to end visibility from the mobile device all the way to multiple tiers on the server-side

  • Device & User Analytics - Audience insights, with analytics on device, carriers, OS and application versions

  • Custom Metrics – World-class business metrics that provide a level of application intelligence never before available for native mobile apps.

The release of AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring fills this urgent need for end to end visibility into production mobile apps. It delivers device analytics, crash reporting and network request instrumentation, helping businesses pinpoint and trace problems to their source—whether it’s the application code, device, network or server.

“At AppDynamics, our primary goal is to empower today’s software-defined businesses with smart, adaptive tools to analyze and optimize digital business performance—in real time, and in production. In today’s digital intensive world everything from customer experience to revenue depends on business-critical applications performing at their highest level. With AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring, our Application Intelligence Platform more completely provides the ability to proactively manage the most complex software environments through real-time monitoring and insights, and the ability to automate the resolution of problems,” said Jyoti Bansal, founder and CEO, AppDynamics

AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring provides visibility into all network requests and provides mobile snapshots with server-side correlation for troubleshooting complex application problems.

With the reporting provided with AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring you can proactively detect and respond to application crashes, hangs, and failed network requests. Understand crash metrics by device, geography, OS and application version:

AppDynamics Mobile Application Monitoring with user & device analytics allows you to understand your users with breakdown by device, connection, carrier, OS version, app version:

Jonah Kowall, research vice president at Gartner, in a recent report states, “IT leaders must prepare for the challenges created by mobile adoption in application performance measurement, as well as user experience and behavior.” The report goes on to state, “the importance of integrating database performance monitoring with other aspects of APM will be universally recognized.”

 


Take five minutes to get complete visibility into the performance of your production applications with AppDynamics today.

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