AutoPilot M6 Datasheet
Application Performance Monitoring across Distributed and Mainframe Tiers
If you’re like most application owners or enterprise architects today, one of the biggest challenges you face is ensuring peak performance and high availability for the complex, multi-tier applications that drive your company’s business.
You probably have to comply with service level agreements (SLAs) and government-mandated regulations for compliance, transparency and reporting, as well.
If something is going to impact your business applications, you need to know before your customers and business processes are impacted.
You need to act...not react...
Visibility, Prediction and Performance
Nastel’s AutoPilot® M6 provides the visibility, prediction and performance you need to proactively maintain the performance of complex applications.
> Real-time monitoring and instrumentation for any application
> User-defined rules, alerts, policies and KPIs
> User defined Business Views
> Fully distributed Complex Event Processing engine with distributed policies and statistical baselines
> Web-based operators console, UNIX based console support
> Robust, granular security, authentication and access control
> Integration with enterprise system management platforms
> Java SDK for application instrumentation
> Real-time performance monitoring and visualization
> Data Center view of your entire infrastructure
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Nastel AutoPilot provides:
> A unified way to support permissions, user access and re-certification
> A facility to create powerful rules to monitor the environment without the need for support staff to constantly monitor screens/dashboards
> A unified approach to enterprise monitoring that is end-to-end
The complexity of one management system per messaging infrastructure is too costly and when these infrastructures are interconnected, the management systems become ineffective. These firms require one place to monitor, visualize and analyze the status of applications and services shared across the enterprise environment. However, the skill set required to manage each middleware technology is often different and a single business flow can traverse multiple different transports and support teams. This makes unified monitoring of messages across the infrastructure and the ability to track them and rapidly identify and correct problems anywhere in that flow an essential element in improving service and reducing cost—perhaps, even a necessity for survival
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