Cavisson NetDiagnostics OverviewUNIXBusinessApplication

Cavisson NetDiagnostics is the #19 ranked solution in our list of APM tools. It is most often compared to Dynatrace: Cavisson NetDiagnostics vs Dynatrace

What is Cavisson NetDiagnostics?

Cavisson NetDiagnostics Enterprise (NDE) is a comprehensive Application Performance Management (APM) solution for real-time monitoring, diagnostics and management of distributed processing in your application environment using state of art technologies with minimal overhead. Leading Fortune 500 brands rely on NDE to avert risks, reduce revenue loss, and improve customer loyalty by enabling proactive monitoring and real-time diagnosis of application performance issues.

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Cavisson NetDiagnostics Customers

Oracle, Macy's, Redbox,, Pronto Networks, A10 Networks, Renesas, San Jose Medical Group

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Performance Engineer at Kohl's
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Improves our application at the code level because of its different performance metrics

What is our primary use case?

Cavisson NetDiagnostics provides different monitors. This is useful when detecting errors in business transactions. The application's CPU and memory overhead are very good from an application point of view. It is very useful for the diagnostics of the application environment. It has application logs for greater debugging purposes. NetDiagnostics provides exceptions, StackTrace, methods call details, etc. This helps to do deep diagnostics at an application code level.

Pros and Cons

  • "Its end-to-end dashboard provides information on all the integration callouts happening on the server side."
  • "They can improve on providing "help and navigation" for each feature available in the UI."