Server-side performance

Finding the problem and the root cause

WebLOAD collects server-side performance data from operating systems, web servers, application servers, networks, database servers and other data to help identify the root-cause of problems. By correlating your load scenario with data such as CPU, memory, capacity, processes, disk I/O, queue data, etc, you can quickly track down bottlenecks and pinpoint the weak links in your system.

Server-side data is displayed in real time as part of WebLOAD’s results analytics reports.

Server-side performance

No server-side installation

WebLOAD’s monitoring is agentless, requiring no server-side installation. It can be configured to handle secure servers located behind a firewall, supports the import of server-side statistics from 3rd party monitoring tools, as well as the export of monitoring data to external systems.

Built-in server monitoring

WebLOAD provides out-of-the-box monitoring for a range of operating systems, web servers, application servers databases and others. See more here .

WebLOAD also supports standard APIs through which servers expose performance data – such as JMX, SNMP, RSTATD, Windows Performance Monitor, SSH, JDBC, etc.

Root-cause Analysis using APM and Monitoring tools

WebLOAD’s built-in integration with application performance management (APM) tools helps you take root cause analysis one step further. Once you identify a performance issue using WebLOAD you can switch to your APM tool and correlate the WebLOAD transaction to the server-side event. You can accurately identify events behind bottlenecks and quickly resolve issues.

WebLOAD currently provides built-in integration with Dynatrace, AppDynamics, New Relic and Nagios.