PurePath Technology® is a complete multi-dimensional trace of every transaction in a monitored application providing comprehensive visibility across web browsers, web apps, mobile apps, web servers, Java, .NET, PHP, databases, middleware, and mainframe apps.
With PurePath technology, you get complete diagnostics, such as timing data and code-level context, across the entire user click path spanning device, operating system, page actions, methods, code, and bind values. This enables more accurate reporting, granular business transaction grouping, precise SLA management, and fast root cause resolution.
PurePath transactional tracing is always on, 24/7, to accurately monitor dynamic executing paths in cloud and virtualized environments. PurePath recordings can be quickly shared with team members. With one-click you can drill down to the root cause without having to reproduce the problem.
A PurePath is the horizontal view of a transaction in a monitored application environment and is the basis for top down analysis, which is defined by analyzing how an application or transaction is impacted by the underlying infrastructure.
Typically, a PurePath is composed of data sent asynchronously by many different Agents, which then send the data to the AppMon Collector. The Collector buffers and enriches the data and passes it on to the AppMon Server, which is responsible for PurePath construction, analysis, and offline storage. PurePaths provide the superset of data for creating specific Business Transactions and high-level Measures.
PureStack Technology® directly correlates system infrastructure health data from every transaction tier in a monitored application environment with individual transactions and affected end users in real-time. PureStack is the vertical view of infrastructure in a monitored application environment and is the basis for bottom up analysis, which is defined by analyzing problems in the infrastructure and assessing and correlating their impact on application performance and end-user experience.
Analysis can either start top down by analyzing how an application or transaction is impacted by the underlying infrastructure (PurePath) or bottom up by analyzing problems in the infrastructure and assessing and correlating their impact on application performance and end-user experience (PureStack).