Both customers and employees make use of the software applications hosted on enterprise infrastructure. A few examples include web applications providing customer-related services, internal workflow software via web apps, and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) for employees. All software applications that your services or operations rely on require a management system to maintain optimal performance.
Trianz has partnered with AppDynamics to tackle the management of growing cloud software portfolios in the enterprise. The AppDynamics platform’s cutting-edge application performance management (APM) revolves around tracking performance and health metrics for software and the underlying host infrastructure, with added remediation and reporting functionality to assist your IT department in resolving problems.
AppDynamics also offers software convergence for centralized management, supporting on-prem, hybrid, and multi-cloud IT environments. Each application’s dependencies and location are calculated within the AppDynamics dashboard, creating a spiderweb that illustrates the relationships in your network.
This includes data flow and database-to-application relationships, networking pipelines with packet analysis, and application categorization so you can define critical software on your network. The result is full visibility into your applications, the hardware assets they rely on to function, as well as proactive prediction using contextualized insight and relationship inference.