Over the recent years, APM solutions have been undergoing an evolution - implementing AI/ML, digital experience monitoring and adapting to support modern microservices and cloud-native applications. Along with the new challenges that modern applications bring about, end-user expectations also continue to grow, making it more important than ever for APM tools to enable IT to quickly detect and resolve issues.
We have made several enhancements in DX Application Performance Management (APM) over the past year - shifting from a monolithic to a microservices-based architecture and tightly integrating with our AIOps platform to correlate and analyze data across users, applications, infrastructure, and network services, giving you real-time insight into the health of key business services.
What’s New in SaaS
In our continued efforts to modernize DX APM and ensure that it is able to meet the challenges of today’s modern applications, we are continually releasing new features and enhancements into our DX APM SaaS solution.
In our latest SaaS release, DX APM 20.6, we have made several enhancements to extend support for a variety of platforms and databases.
Click here to read on about the latest features in this release.