Monitor and troubleshoot your Laravel framework
All Laravel performance metrics in real-time
Dynatrace shows you all Laravel performance details at a glance, so there are no gaps or blind spots. Jump directly to the request with the highest failure rate or see the top three time consuming requests.
Auto-discovery of your app and infrastructure
Your Laravel setup might consist of a simple webserver, a database and the application layer. Or it can be a more complex architecture with virtual servers, containers, and microservices.
See a dynamic map of all these components and the dependencies between them with Dynatrace Smartscape.
All PHP performance details at a glance
- Worker processes
- Request and response size
- Compilation time
- Execution time
- All database statements
- All requests, all dependencies
- Response time
- Failure rate
- Request and response sizes
- Restarts, crashes, deployment changes
- Apdex score
- CPU and memory usage
- Garbage collection suspension time
- Network traffic
- TCP requests and retransmissions
High-performance SQL statements
Do you know how well your database statements scale? Track and inspect all SQL statements and NoSQL queries sent by your Laravel application. See the characteristics of all database calls and identify database hotspots.
See the root cause of Laravel problems
Detect Laravel performance problems in real-time. Pinpoint the root cause down to the offending code before your customers are even affected. A visual replay of problem evolution helps you understand how problems evolved over time.
“Dynatrace saves so much time. It's getting easier for all involved people. Now we can share everything with the IT, with specialists, with externals, and with the business.”
Ensure 24/7 availability to meet your SLAs
Ensure that your Laravel app is available and performs well across 5 continents. Dynatrace uses all major desktop and mobile browsers to comprehensively simulate customer journeys from thousands of locations around the world.
Track calls to external services and APIs
Connections to third-party APIs can be a source of bad Laravel performance. Gain full runtime visibility into the application delivery chain, eliminating blind spots resulting from third-party APIs and external processes.
Just a few of our enterprise customers