LoadTest Now Includes Enhanced Integration with AppDynamics and New Relic

While at Velocity 2016 this week, we are excited to announce that our LoadTest Portal now has enhanced integration with AppDynamics and New Relic delivering greater actionable insights.

Ensuring website and application updates and enhancements function as expected can be challenging. Despite the best deployments, web properties don’t always behave as expected whether under normal or peak load conditions.

What does this mean for you?

With Apica’s new enhanced integration, joint users now have access to more complete data and metrics from Apica, AppDynamics, and New Relic. The data and metrics are streamlined and served up in Apica’s LoadTest Portal to quickly and easily resolve website and application performance problems. You can now see transactions and snapshots for any load test for faster resolution to problems.

In parallel with enhanced data and metrics visibility, we have made it easier to collect and correlate this information to create customized charts to express what is happening and deliver more actionable insights necessary to be successful.

By combining Apica’s load test metrics with AppDynamics and New Relics APM metrics you will be hard-pressed to come up with a question that you will not be able to answer by correlating the data.

With their APM data you can for example see the number of “Very Slow Calls” during the load test period. Correlate this with web transaction rate and active user data to see exactly when the Very Slow Calls started happening. You can now quickly and effectively pinpoint bottlenecks and other issues inside your application’s environment.

If you are attending Velocity 2016 in Santa Clara, stop by booth #321 and see firsthand how Apica improves the testing and performance of websites and applications. Learn more about our services and while there take part in the fun activities we have including pinball, free beer, T-shirts, and a drone giveaway.