Zero in on precisely where your issue is and save hours
Improve the dev team’s productivity by finding issues faster in Java apps running on monolithic servers. FusionReactor on-premise is built to tackle legacy performance and coding issues faster than any other Java APM.
Reduce down-time by finding errors and exceptions on your monolithic server
An app built with an older version of Java on a Monolithic server can quickly get buggy; dealing with code decay and technical debt can take up way too much time. Our monolithic server monitor for Java delivers you the telemetry to diagnose issues deep within your application
- Transaction metrics to help you to find performance issues or errors at the code level
- Resource metrics that enable you to troubleshoot and tune the Java 8 or any legacy Java environment
Java Profiling tools for monolith servers
Our legacy Java profiling tools allow you to go deeper into your monolithic server than any other Java APM. Our on-prem APM tool is specifically built to find performance issues in monolith Java applications. Profiling tools within our on-premise solution enable you to find performance issues in your legacy java app or server. FusionReactor On-Prem goes deeper into the code, thread, and memory than any other on-prem APM.
- Find deadlocks & thread contention Issues with continuous profiling
- Instantly profile or stack trace an individual thread to pinpoint performance, deadlock, and thread contention issues
Reduce time spent dealing with technical debt by instantly seeing why your Java code is breaking
If you are running Java 8 or older then FusionReactor will constantly monitor your monolithic server and will instantly deliver you all the data you need at the moment the exception is fired
- complete source code
- stack trace
- environment state
Our customers tell us that they typically find and fix errors in legacy apps in just 2 – 4 hours.
Rolling FusionReactor customer survey 2020-2021
Our customers identify issues in under 4 hours
36% of developers have to solve performance problems every single week and they spend between 11 and 30 hours to actually identify the problem
Survey results from DZone Performance Guide