Application Performance Web Sequence Chart

The Web Sequence Chart as shown in the screenshot on the right displays measurements of our Python CDDB example running at myarm.info. The sequence diagram shows a complete calling sequence starting with a request in the HTTP server and ending in several requests for fetching track information for CDs.

Features

  • Correlation of measurements over process and/or host limits
  • Associate context information to measurements (GOOD, FAILED, keys/values, etc)
  • Supports single- and multi-threaded environments
  • Minimal overhead per measurement (approximately 1-10 microseconds depending on the language binding and associated context)

Supported Operating Systems

  • AIX® 5.3 or higher for Power (32/64bit) architectures.
  • Linux® for x86 (32bit), amd64 (32/64bit) and ARM (32bit) architectures.
  • Oracle Solaris® for x86 (32bit), amd64 (32/64bit), sparc (32/64bit) architecture.
  • Windows XP® for x86 (32bit) and Windows 7® for x86 (32bit) and amd64 (64bit) architectures

Programming Language Support

  • C/C++
  • Java
  • C#
  • Python
  • Shell (korn-shell compatible)