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    Anurag Srivastava
    Oct 20, 2020, 6:03:28 AM |

    Application Performance Monitoring (APM) is built on top of the Elastic Stack to monitor the application performance. APM is useful for the real-time monitoring of application and software services. It is quite simple to configure, as we only need to set up the APM agent for the application that we are using. As of now, the Elastic Stack supports APM agents for Java, .NET, Python's Django and Flask frameworks, RUM-JS, Node.js, Go, Ruby on Rails, Rack, and more. Once we configure the APM agent, it will start collecting various application-related information, such as HTTP requests, the response time for various requests, and database queries, and send this information to the APM Server. It also collects unhandled exceptions and errors; this is quite important information and using this, we can stabilize the application further.

    If you want to learn more about Elastic Stack then refer to my blogs under the "Tech Blogs" section. :)

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