VMware vFabric Application Performance Manager (v. 5.0) - license - 1 virtu

Mfg. Part: VF-APM5-C-L3 | CDW Part: 2885246 | UNSPSC: 43233006
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  • (v. 5.0)
  • license
  • 1 virtual machine
  • VPP
  • level 3 (1000-1749)
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  • (v. 5.0)
  • license
  • 1 virtual machine
  • VPP
  • level 3 (1000-1749)
APM is a comprehensive performance management solution for applications deployed on virtual or cloud infrastructure. Built with cloud operating principles in mind - namely, that the underlying infrastructure is managed separately from the applications running on top of it - APM is a breed of application-management solution built for cloud consumers. It focuses on the following key goals.

Simple to use - easy install, extensive automation and an intuitive user interface simplify application performance management.

Cloud-ready - it monitors applications on any cloud and tracks live changes and costs to provide the insight cloud consumers need to know how and where to scale their applications.

Active application management - APM enables quick root-cause analysis with a powerful remediation mechanism.

Autodiscovery gives a continuous, real-time model of transactions and keeps up with deployed resources to make keeping applications under monitoring management effortless.

Single-pane-of-glass management console - with roll-up visualizations of overall application health and detailed drill-downs - simplifies the identification and remediation of performance problems.

Customizable Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the application across all tiers - such as throughput, latency, hit rates and error rates - combine to give a health score as the primary indicator of application performance.

Closed-loop management includes autoremediation actions for frequently changing applications through flexible workflows defined in vCenter Operations (vC Ops) or in standalone Hyperic. Actions can include powering off virtual machines, restarting Web servers, scaling virtual machines up or down, reverting code changes, running garbage collection, and many others.

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