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HPE IMC Application Performance Manager (APM) Software offers a view to application availability, allowing administrators to visualize and measure the health of critical business applications and their impact on network performance. It is easy to determine which business process is affected and which application issues to prioritize—all leading to quick and effective troubleshooting.
Provides one user interface offering fault management, and performance monitoring of applications, servers, and databases. It works with IMC Service Health Manager to provide a global assessment of network health.
SKU # JG489AAE
The HPE IMC Application Performance Manager (APM) Software can monitor a variety of applications and servers, including: Windows Server, UNIX servers, Linux servers, databases, application servers, Web servers, mail servers, Web services, and LDAP services.
Provides visualization to traffic flow and performance monitoring by analyzing network health and notifies the IT administrator of any hot spots or bottlenecks.
It includes fault management with a user selectable alarming threshold feature for monitored applications and automatic notification.
HPE IMC Application Performance Manager (APM) Software streamlines application troubleshooting by consolidating traditional application monitoring with network monitoring with a shared interface and display.
Leverage the IMC APM Software monitoring capabilities by using different protocols like Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and Command Line Interface to better interact with applications.
View application information through application, host, class, and custom monitor views to get different views of an application function.
The HPE IMC Application Performance Manager (APM) Software provides an in-depth reporting application so administrators can get a historical view of application performance and maintain or improve performance.
Reports can be generated at specified intervals and can be output in a variety of formats.