Compare AppDynamics Database Monitoring vs. Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals

AppDynamics Database Monitoring is ranked 11th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 6 reviews while Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals is ranked 21st in Application Performance Management (APM) with 1 review. AppDynamics Database Monitoring is rated 7.4, while Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of AppDynamics Database Monitoring writes "Exception discovery has helped us to improve availability and performance". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals writes "The troubleshooting capabilities will help in solving problems". AppDynamics Database Monitoring is most compared with Dynatrace, CA APM and Quest Foglight for APM, whereas Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals is most compared with AppDynamics, Riverbed SteelCenter Aternity and Riverbed SteelCentral AppResponse.
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The most valuable aspect of the solution is the ability to discover and track transactions.The solution is great for database monitoring. You don't have to install an agent on the database. You just install the server to a database agent. It's a good product for some database administration if you don't want to install an agent on the database for security.The ability to identify the top running queries has been extremely valuable for us.We were able to correct problems, which led to an increase in availability, time savings, and performance for our solutions.AppDynamics is scalable. They can monitor billions of transactions because they're not monitoring all transactions. They're monitoring samples. So, they can offer good monitoring for the huge sites.

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I like it that one can match IPs with the application name.

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The user access management could be a bit better.The solution should add some monitoring similar to Oracle monitoring tools for databases. It has a lot of features to monitor SQL queries, and make some recommendation to resolve it. AppDynamics is just monitoring for delays and doesn't provide any recommendations for that. It's a deficiency.Stability-wise, we experienced some performance issues when upgrading from 4.4 to 4.5.Based on the user experience feedback that we have had, I think that the most important thing to improve is the availability of the SaaS, the cloud environment.The solution could improve the server size for AppDynamics to include middleware products, which is doesn't yet cover. If they add middleware for sophisticated sites, AppDynamics would be the global choice.

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The technical support is not very good and should be improved.

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In terms of pricing, I feel that when you compare the benefits that we get to the price that we paid, it is reasonable.

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SteelCentral AppInternals, OPNET ACE, AppInternals Xpert
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Overview

More than half of application performance bottlenecks originate in the database, but most application teams have little or no visibility into database performance. With AppDynamics' database performance management product, you get 100% visibility into application performance, from the browser to the database.

Key Benefits

  • Visualize end-to-end application performance, from the browser to the database
  • Get alerts when database thresholds are violated
  • Monitor key performance metrics like top users, programs, SQL, objects and more.
  • See execution plans for slow SQL to isolate performance bottlenecks

Riverbed SteelCentral AppInternals, a software-based approach, offers full-stack visibility & insights into your apps both on and off the cloud. It continuously monitors with minimal overhead to give you end-to-end visibility and insights around-the-clock. With AppInternals you get: application performance insights that trace every transaction from user to back-end. Understand app dependencies, or expose and fix even the most hard-to-detect code, SQL, network or web services problems quickly, network & infrastructure diagnostics that continuously monitor your dynamic infrastructure. See their impact on your apps and vice versa. Resolve resource utilization and network-related errors before users are impacted and user experience & business insights that understand your users' satisfaction and trends in real-time. Identify your application's best and least used features, and quantify its financial impact on business results.

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Sony, DirecTV, UBS, The Container Store, The Neta Porter Group, Nasdaq, Cisco, eHarmony, Hallmark, Overstock, ExpediaNational Instruments, Allianz
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