The current version of DX APM continues a long history of innovation for APM technology. More than two decades ago, the solution was the pioneer in byte code instrumentation. DX APM is now a next-generation solution for today’s complex and hybrid enterprise environments.
Figure 1: Broadcom’s DX APM has evolved from Wily Technology’s invention of byte code instrumentation-based APM, which was introduced in 1998. Today, the solution features a next-generation, microservices-based, and scalable architecture. The solution also offers correlation across application, infrastructure, and network layers; and automated single-point agent deployment with the Universal Monitoring Agent.
For those Broadcom customers who have not migrated to the DX APM solution, there are 11 reasons why you should start planning your move now:
To learn about how you and your organization can benefit from DX APM, today and in the future, register for our webinar: Migrate to Next-Generation DX APM for the Latest Innovations from an APM Pioneer.