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Top Answer: AppOptics would benefit from having a much more centralized view. Rather than having to use several applications such as Papertrain, Loggly, and NPM, just have one main application wherein you can get… more »
Top Answer: We are using AppOptics to monitor our servers and applications. It looks at the logs and the other data that is available in the environments that we want to be monitored.
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Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service is a software-as-a service solution that provides deep visibility into your application performance from end-user experience, through application server requests, and down to application logs. With Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service you can isolate problems before they impact your business, break down the barriers between Development and Operations teams and deliver better applications.

AppOptics is a SaaS-based simple, powerful and affordable Infrastructure & Application monitoring for custom on-premises, cloud, and hybrid systems. 

Your business runs on applications, and when they go down or run slowly, it can impact the business in lost productivity, customers, or revenue. To add to the complexity, your IT environment is changing, and workloads can be spread across data centers, and cloud resources. You need to monitor the availability and performance of applications and infrastructure, regardless of where they are, so you can identify potential issues early and address them before they impact users

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Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service is ranked 57th in Application Performance Management (APM) while SolarWinds AppOptics is ranked 27th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews. Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service is rated 0.0, while SolarWinds AppOptics is rated 7.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of SolarWinds AppOptics writes "Offers valuable reporting features and stability but it needs better performance monitoring". Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service is most compared with New Relic APM, Dynatrace and Elastic APM, whereas SolarWinds AppOptics is most compared with Dynatrace, SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor, AppDynamics, ThousandEyes and Zabbix.

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