During the last years we received the following reviews on the ADF Performance Monitor:
Senior Principal Product Manager @ Oracle
“The AMIS ADF Performance Monitor product is an excellent tool for collecting and aggregating fine grained information about ADF application performance during development, testing and in production. The visual user interface of the Performance Monitor makes it easy for developers to spot performance bottlenecks in the view, the controller and the business component layer. But the tool not only does indicate bottlenecks, it also provides suggestions for what to change to considerably improve ADF application performance. Trying the AMIS Performance Tool, you can clearly tell the expertise, heart-blood and years of development that went into this product.”
Large Social Media Site
“We needed to troubleshoot many ADF performance problems. After a long selection period we chose the ADF Performance Monitor - because it fits our needs the best. We use it every day for all our ADF applications to monitor the performance in production. We have solved many issues related to the ADF code, slow queries, and even slow network. We like the detailed metrics of the ADF Performance Monitor that gives us insight and visibility - and suggestions to solve typical ADF problems.”
Barman Hanssen AS
“We are very pleased with the ADF Performance Monitor - it has helped us a lot. When we started exploring the ADF Performance Monitor, it revealed many poor running SQL queries. If customers contact us to report performance problems, we start looking in the ADF Performance Monitor to find the root cause. When found, it can be solved! The ADF Performance Monitor makes us more efficient in our work, which benefits both us and our customers.”
City of Amsterdam
“We had urgent performance problems, a few weeks before our application went into production the response time of a few important screens was more than 10 seconds while it should had been less than 3 seconds. We couldn’t pinpoint the exact location that caused the performance problems. With the ADF Performance Monitor we were able to detect the bottlenecks."
“As an ADF Developer with more than 5 years’ experience, and more than 5 years’ experience with ADF Business Components, quite frequently there are still times when you cannot pinpoint why an application is not working properly or slow. At such times you would like to know precisely what is happening behind the scenes in order to get insight into the ADF internals."
“While developing our application, we used the ADF Performance Monitor from the start on. In the ADF framework, it is not always clear what actions exactly are performed during a request. The ADF Performance Monitor gives us an excellent insight. Already during the development of our application it shows us performance bottlenecks that we can resolve immediately."
Dutch Ministry of Justice
“The ADF Performance Monitor is for us interesting during application development. But for us it is even more interesting during the implementation/production phase. We use it as a real-time dashboard that shows how much load the application puts on our system. We can even drill down to the level of an individual user."
"Our main use of the ADF Performance Monitor is an analysis of production errors and performance issues. Mostly of them we couldn’t foresee; how the end-user is really using our system. Our developers use the monitor also in our development environment, starting with reproducing the production issues."
“ADFPM is a great product that’s helped our group tremendously in improving the performance of our application. It has especially helped identify better practices and consistency in the way we code.”
"We use the ADF Performance Monitor intensively at our development environment in JDevelopers console log to fix problems already during development. With the monitor we have detected many slow queries and many multiple redundant ADF ViewObject query executions. We monitor some our most important customers on production to find out if we meet our SLA that we must meet."