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Application Performance Monitor and Web Response probes

Application Performance Monitor and Web Response probes

Application Performance Monitor and Web Response probes

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Hi,

I have the following situation in front of me for which I have been asked to use the Unicenter set of tools to obtain the results.

I regularly get calls from users that the Internet access and response time to certain web sites is very slow. Some of these web servers are hosted from my company.

I would want to install agents at remote locations (typically where the complaining users are located) and obtain a statistics from these agents as to where there could be bottlenecks - user LAN, the WAN, Web Server etc.

I am not sure which product I should use although the sales guys are pushing the Unicenter APM and Unicenter management for Web Server probes both of which the functionality is not very clear from the brochures.

Would like to know if any of you has used the APM and Web server probes and can share some practical information on these.

Rgds
arnoldmram
 

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