AppDynamics, an application intelligence company, says its Application Intelligence Platform will support applications designed for the new Apple Watch. This includes real-time monitoring and analytics support for the WatchKit extension that controls the Apple Watch’s user interface and responses to user interactions.
With the tools available in the AppDynamics Application Intelligence Platform, developers and app owners will be able to see and understand the performance of their Apple Watch-enabled apps, the WatchKit extension, and the end-to-end user experience. Key metrics including app latency, crashes, stalls, errors, and other performance measures will be captured.
An arsenal of custom metrics are available as well, providing interaction and performance data, such as how the watch is being used to interact with the app, round trip time for data traveling between the iPhone and watch, timers to measure user behavior, and more. AppDynamics’ gives real-time visibility not just into the front-end processes on the iPhone and Apple Watch, but all the way across the network and into the backend application infrastructure, whether that’s in a private data center, the cloud or both.
The platform is designed and architected to give business users the certainty that their business is running at its best, to give IT the operational visibility and control it needs, and to give end users the great experiences they’ve come to expect and demand, according to AppDynamics. A free trial of AppDynamics is available at www.appdynamics.com/freetrial .