Has anyone implemented App monitoring for an Angular app on IIS?
Do you know Framework classes that implement this?
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This is a great opportunity for other APM customers to respond with their experiences and suggestions for instrumenting this. Please consider helping your other Community members !
If you are looking for a APM product/component to hep you monitor Angular...
Angular runs in the browser, you would need a kind of Browser Agent support but that is not available as far as I know from the Compatibility guides.
CA Application Performance Management Compatibility Guides - CA Technologies If your Angular app interact with some .NET to do some http/rest calls, maybe you could try to monitor that part of the app using the .NET Agent, same for the server components, backends and perfmon metrics.
I suggest you to contact CA Services and CA Developer APM
I wanted to know if there is a way to view performance of "downloading" the client angular code, and then interactions with the server. Not seeing too much right now. Maybe I should also enable .Net web api on the agent.
I'd recommend you test 10.5.2 to see if BA (and a trial of AXA) can help:
These are just some of the features included in the 10.5.2 release:
.NET Agent - Full browser agent support, including automatic injection and integration with Application Experience Analytics, is included along with enhanced transaction tracing and .NET framework support.
PHP Agent - Enhanced discovery and monitoring of front-end URLs and MySQL back-ends, plus additional version support and installer enhancements
Node.js Agent - Additional Node.js runtime metrics and enhanced MongoDB and Mongoose support
Digital Experience Collector - Redesigned installer is easier to use and includes automated configuration for APM connectivity, AXA connectivity (include SaaS), and SSL termination
Browser Agent - Reduced application cookie usage by utilizing HTTP headers to return data where applicable
We encourage you to visit the CA APM product documentation page for more information.
Thanks a lot, Haruhiko
I'm testing the newer versions asap. I've implemented it in two clients only, and I'm trying to extend this experience to all of them; not everyone is that flexible.
This question in particular is for a 10.3 productive implementation; migrating it might take a few months (deciding to migrate, better said). I'll try to get info about web service apis for .Net in 10.3 version.