Company Overview of AppDynamics, Inc.
AppDynamics, Inc. provides an integrated suite of software application and IT infrastructure monitoring and analytics products. It offers monitoring software application and IT infrastructure performance solutions in real time; solutions to deploy, configure, and manage at scale; enterprises to view the performance of their software applications and IT infrastructures through the lens of a business transaction by monitoring and analyzing all code execution to automatically discover business transactions; and solutions to view and understand end-to-end software application and IT infrastructure performance. The company also provides diagnosing performance issues in production-first environmen...
303 Second Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for AppDynamics, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
Founder and Executive Chairman
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Product
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
AppDynamics, Inc. Key Developments
AppDynamics, Inc. Presents at 2017 FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech, Jul-18-2017 08:00 AM
Jun 30 17
AppDynamics, Inc. Presents at 2017 FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech, Jul-18-2017 08:00 AM. Venue: Aspen Meadows Resort, Aspen, Colorado, United States. Speakers: David Wadhwani, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director.
AppDynamics, Inc. Presents at Cisco's Internet of Things World Forum, May-23-2017 02:00 PM
May 24 17
AppDynamics, Inc. Presents at Cisco's Internet of Things World Forum, May-23-2017 02:00 PM. Venue: Tobacco Dock, The Dock, Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, London. E1W 2SF, United Kingdom. Speakers: Prathap Dendi, General Manager for IoT and Emerging Technologies.
AppDynamics Spring ‘17 Release Empowers Application Teams to Ship Faster and More Reliably Throughout the Modern Software Development Lifecycle
Apr 5 17
AppDynamics announced its Spring ‘17 release, including the AppDynamics Developer Toolkit and major updates to Enterprise iQ and Business iQ. The latest release empowers application teams to deliver impactful customer experiences faster while laying the foundation for unprecedented scale. Now, the entire business can quickly align around a single goal: continuously delivering high quality mobile and web applications faster than ever. AppDynamics customers can quickly build, deploy, measure and improve their customer experiences regardless of the environment. With the new Developer Toolkit, the AppDynamics Spring ‘17 release provides application teams unmatched application development lifecycle transparency, from the code to end-user experiences and the business outcomes. With this newfound visibility, every team member can see the impact their work has on the business in real time, and ultimately deliver better applications that create value for the organization. The new Developer Toolkit spans tools for build, test, analysis and continuous improvement: Build: Support for new languages and development tools enables application developers to transform ideas into better apps faster. Go Support — Go’s (or Golang’s) popularity continues to rise because it’s powerful yet easy to understand and maintain. With AppDynamics for Go, application teams now have the patented Business Transaction (BT) detection and tracing for Go applications. They can now gain insight with reports on errors generated by bad requests, providing better end-to-end coverage across distributed application environments. Xamarin Support — Comprehensive support for Xamarin allows mobile application developers to embed AppDynamics in native iOS and Android mobile applications and monitor and drive application performance from a single code base. Android Studio Plugin — Developers can now automate the instrumentation process for Android applications, thereby reducing errors and making it easier for developers to deliver performant Android mobile apps. Integration and Test: New extensions to BTs empower app teams to focus on the user journeys and code that move the needle the most, improving customer outcomes and speeding release velocity. Developer Mode Business Transactions — With new Developer Mode BTs, application teams now have deep-code diagnostics for specific Business Transactions in both pre-production and production environments enabling them to quickly address bottlenecks and remediate any issues found in testing. Live Mode Business Transactions — Live Mode BTs deliver faster and more accurate configuration by detecting and defining rules according to live application data to identify critical Business Transactions. Automated Analysis: With new crash analysis tools, applications teams will spend less time on unplanned work and troubleshooting, and more time building new features that can impact the business. Smart Crash Alerts — When instrumenting new mobile applications, Smart Crash Alerts are set up by default to save time and effort post-instrumentation. Spend less time configuring alerts. Unique Crashes in Business iQ — New crash reports in Business iQ correlate app crashes to business metrics like conversion rates, revenue or anything else the business tracks. Now app teams have new visibility into crashes so they can prioritize fixing the issues that matter the most to the business. Smarter Continuous Improvement with Business iQ: The best apps are continuously refined and tuned to improve the user experience. The AppDynamics Developer Toolkit provides unmatched intelligence into customer journeys so app teams know which updates will matter the most to customers and the business. Real User Insights — New session summary dashboards track individual customer sessions while capturing scrolls, taps and other gestures so developers and business leaders gain unparalleled insight into how customers experience applications. Mobile Scorecard — Major updates to the mobile scorecard show the metrics that matter, at a glance. The new mobile scorecard makes it easy to see crash rate, number of crashes, network request performance, and error rates for every mobile application at a glance. Enterprise iQ and Business iQ Enhancements: The Spring ‘17 release also features updates to Enterprise iQ that provide powerful new capabilities and scale for modern enterprises including: License Management — Provides the flexibility required for DevOps environments by assigning licenses based on business unit. With powerful configuration rules and a simple to read dashboard, license keys can be easily assigned or reassigned so that teams never run out of licenses when they need it. Universal Agent — Deploying, upgrading, and maintaining agents is now significantly easier. A single package can now be deployed to any machine that requires monitoring, and the universal agent will coordinate with the AppDynamics controller to automatically deploy and configure it so teams spend less time configuring and more time innovating. Universal agent supports the Java and Machine agent types, with other agents expected to be supported in future releases. More Powerful Business iQ Metrics — Baselines become even more powerful with the Spring ‘17 release. By leveraging the power of the AppDynamics Query Language (ADQL) in Business iQ, application teams can build powerful dashboards and establish health rules faster than ever. Now application teams have even more intelligence into how application changes are impacting the business.
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