Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

Software that continuously monitors the operations of an application and its underlying resources using metrics, events, and logs. It alerts users of relevant issues and assists diagnosis and root cause analysis.

Added Perspectives
Traditional APM tools monitor operational applications and their underlying resources to diagnose and help remediate issues. Data Observability applies these familiar APM functions to analytics & AI workloads.
Information technology (IT) departments have used IT monitoring and application monitoring tools for decades. Those tools use anomaly detection, event correlation, and root cause analysis to monitor IT infrastructure (web servers, application servers, CPU, memory, storage, containers, and microservices) and applications (errors, latency, configuration problems, resource contention, and bottlenecks).
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