Want real-time visibility into web apps deployed on Microsoft Windows Azure? We've got you covered.

By Posted in New Relic News 14 April 2010

Windwos AzureToday we announced that RPM manages the performance of Java and Ruby web apps deployed on the Microsoft Windows Azure platform. Development, deployment and operations teams now have a cloud-ready solution they can use to monitor, tune and optimize their critical web applications deployed in Microsoft’s cloud services platform.

The Windows Azure platform is an internet-scale cloud services platform hosted in Microsoft data centers. It provides robust functionality that allows organizations to build any kind of web application—from consumer sites to enterprise class business applications. The Windows Azure platform includes Windows Azure, a cloud operating system, Microsoft SQL Azure, and the Windows Azure platform AppFabric, a set of developer cloud services. Organizations with applications built and deployed on the Windows Azure platform can use New Relic RPM to track application performance and proactively identify the cause of bottlenecks.

Prashant Ketkar, Sr. Director of Product Management, Windows Azure said today “The Windows Azure platform provides scalability and reliability that enables our partners and customers to efficiently manage their businesses and respond rapidly to their users’ needs. New Relic RPM is a key enabler for successful deployment of Java or Ruby on Rails in the Windows Azure platform because it provides the visibility organizations need to ensure superior service delivery for their for business-critical applications.”

Don’t wait for management!

Sign up today and find out why RPM is the right choice for monitoring and managing apps deployed on Microsoft Windows Azure. Getting started is simple: signing up takes 10 seconds and implementation takes 2 minutes (or less). You’re that close to having access to your application’s critical performance data.

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