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AppDynamics
Real-time performance monitoring—from code-level to customer experience

Application Performance Monitoring
Remove complexity and solve problems more quickly with proactive, end-to-end performance monitoring.

End-User Monitoring
Create better experiences where your customers are engaging with your business the most.

Business Performance Monitoring
See the real-time impact application performance and customer experience are having on your bottom line.

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bonkey: "I still call it CRASHDynamics"
...maybe they improved since then?


New Relic
Performance monitoring for today’s digital business

Full Stack Visibility
Monitor and optimize your entire technology stack—from your infrastructure and applications to browser and mobile apps.

Built to Scale
The only pure-play 100% multi-tenant cloud platform that's easy to deploy. And with no hardware to manage, you can see higher ROI and significantly lower TCO.

Real-time Analytics for Everyone
Beautiful dashboards that deliver immediate insights for development, operations, and management teams.

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