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Server & Application Monitor (SAM) 6.7

Server & Application Monitor (SAM) 6.7

    SAM 6.7 provides continuous monitoring and troubleshooting solutions for applications and networks in highly dynamic, ever-changing environments. This release introduces integration with SolarWinds Application Performance Monitor (APM), a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-delivered product that extends the application monitoring capabilities of SAM. It delivers advanced performance metrics for IIS-based, .NET applications that are integrated into the SAM experience.

    You can use SolarWinds APM with SAM to cross-reference application, server, and infrastructure metrics side-by-side in the same dashboard, and trace requests through your entire application and infrastructure. APM also includes heat maps to isolate outliers and trends, which you can use to drill down to traces for root cause.

    Adding this extra layer of information to SAM enables you to:

    • Gain a code-level look into your AppInsight for IIS applications.
    • Monitor the performance of custom IIS-based, .NET applications.
    • Check the status of application stacks and see how tiers of applications communicate with each other.
    • Determine the databases and users that applications send information to.
    • Identify if issues are network-, server-, or application-related so you can route details to the right team.

    To learn more, see SolarWinds APM Documentation.

    Other improvements include:

     

    You can also compare SAM 6.7 with previous releases of SAM.

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