Correlsense SharePath Features

Correlsense SharePath Features

 SharePath capabilities include:

Advanced Transaction Topology

roundFollow your applications performance with alerts for slowness and any kind of problems the application is experiencing.

 

Precise Problem Isolation

roundIdentify what is happening, where and which of your applications and users are affected.

 

 

Customizable Reports and Alerts

roundKnow exactly what is happening at every given moment by text or email.

Get Real User Monitoring

roundVisualize the full user experience, from the data center to your customers’ browser whether on a laptop, desktop or mobile device.

 

Enable Code Level Visibility (CLV)

roundDeep dive into your production code for application errors, exceptions and performance issues, covering Java, .NET and PHP (Beta) architectures.

 


The Next Level of Analytics

roundDrill down into your data to identify trends, outliers or intermittent problems that other APM solutions miss. SharePath uses a Big Data repository of every user, transaction and hop.

 

What Our Customers Say

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SharePath immediately demonstrated its ability to provide an in-depth visibility into the various tiers of LSBU’s applications, identifying specific issues and leading to an 80 percent improvement in performance.

DAVID SWAYNE
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER – LSBU
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For us, it's all about intelligence. SharePath is our looking glass into our environment and it gives us the information we need in 24 hours compared with weeks for other products. With SharePath, we can run our meetings based on emotions and not facts.

ANDREW ELKIN
IT CAPACITY MANAGER (PERFORMANCE ASSURANCE) - NETWORK RAIL
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SharePath for the first time gives us a monitoring tool that visually shows us what we need to pay attention to, instead of expecting us to figure out what to look for in tables of data.

BRYAN ARDSENIOR SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT - MARYVILLE TECHNOLOGIES