AppDynamics vs Server Density: What are the differences?
AppDynamics: Application management for the cloud generation. AppDynamics develops application performance management (APM) solutions that deliver problem resolution for highly distributed applications through transaction flow monitoring and deep diagnostics; Server Density: Trusted monitoring built by experts. SaaS-based scalable infrastructure monitoring to help businesses save time and money. With advanced server and website monitoring alerts, graphing tools and integrations with all major cloud service providers.
AppDynamics and Server Density belong to "Performance Monitoring" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by AppDynamics are:
- End User Monitoring
- Real-Time Business Transaction Monitoring
- Visualize & Manage your Entire Application
On the other hand, Server Density provides the following key features:
- Open source agent, plugin library, full API and Nagios compatibility
- Automatic install via script, system packages, Puppet, Chef, Ansible & Salt Stack
- Apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV and Slackbot
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Used as main Server Monitoring (load averages, system metrics) and App Monitoring (via custom plugins) tool. Both for graphing data as for sending alerts.
AppDynamics is used to monitor our full end to end user experience journey's including the infrastructure health.
APM for our web apps, and rolling out of the End User Experience Monitoring