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Pega Interface Monitoring Solution

Track and Monitor Integration Touchpoint Issues with Low-Code - An effective way to maintain performance for of complex integration heavy applications

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Overview

Context: - Enterprise apps are connected systems driving operational efficiency - Integration issues affect overall app performance - Performance, Errors, Incorrect responses to be monitored for pro-active action, speedy analysis, action, recovery and improvement for sustained application performance Problem Statement: - Integration issues troubleshooting is cumbersome - Tedious process of extracting audit trail of interface exchanges of respective touchpoint from Logs - Need religious config of Problem Flows, Adhoc logging, run thru Tracer etc. - More often than not we simulate to identify issues than in-situ identification Capabilities: - PLUG-N-PLAY LOW CODE ENABLER - Focused triaging of integration issues - Observe perf trends, measure success rates, analyse failure reasons - Act in advance, avoid impending failure - In-Situ problem identification - Expedite dev by easing troubleshooting in lower environments - Switch Enable/ Disable monitoring at will

Key Features

  • PLUG-N-PLAY LOW CODE ENABLER
  • Focused triaging of integration issues
  • Observe perf trends, measure success rates, analyse failure reasons
  • Act in advance, avoid impending failure
  • In-Situ problem identification
  • Expedite dev by easing troubleshooting in lower environments
  • Switch Enable/ Disable monitoring at will

Resources

=Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd (L&T Infotech)

Partner Name

LTIMindtree


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