Converged Application and Infrastructure Performance Monitoring with eG Enterprise

| April 17, 2017

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Are you trying to reduce the time required to resolve application slowdowns and downtime in your environment? Are you seeking to improve the user experience on your website and in web applications?  eG Enterprise is a best-of-breed application performance monitoring (APM) solution that uses a holistic approach to monitor user experience, business transactions, application code, and infrastructure performance from a single pane of glass. With correlated visibility across the application framework and underlying infrastructure tiers (server, database, virtualization, storage, network etc.), eG Enterprise automatically discovers the root cause of the application problem for faster troubleshooting and performance optimization.

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