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Java Performance Monitoring with eG Enterprise

Troubleshoot Java application problems faster and ensure a great user experience

Why is Java Performance Monitoring Needed?

Java Performance Monitoring

Many server-side applications are written in Java and process tens of millions of requests per day. Key applications in various domains like finance, healthcare, insurance and education are Java-based. When these applications slow down, they affect the user experience and in turn, reduce business revenue.

IT operations, application operations and DevOps teams often spend days troubleshooting Java application performance issues. Since Java applications are multi-threaded and involve multi-tier architectures, it is a challenge to identify whether the problem is due to the client, the network, in the JVM, in the application code, with the SQL query, or in the underlying infrastructure. Monitoring of the Java application stack end-to-end is necessary to ensure peak application performance and user satisfaction.

Why is Java Performance Monitoring Challenging?

Java Performance Monitoring

Full Stack Java Monitoring with eG Enterprise

Full Stack Java Performance Monitoring

eG Enterprise provides a powerful and easy-to-use set of Java performance monitoring tools that address the key needs of IT operations, Application operations and DevOps teams.

Licensed by number of operating systems, not by JVMs, eG Enterprise is one of the most cost-efficient application performance monitoring solutions in the industry.

What eG Enterprise offers for Java Performance Monitoring

Benefits

Why eG? One Monitor to Manage All of IT.

With eG Enterprise, we can now quickly identify root causes of incidents, resolving them before users are impacted. Automatic prioritization and categorization of alerts helps us better focus on the important issues and prioritize our resources accordingly.

Andrew Gowlett
Senior Consultant, C5 Alliance

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