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The AppDynamics Application Performance Monitoring (APM) Platform integrates with Platform as a Service (PaaS) providers, providing easily implemented AppDynamics monitoring for cloud or PaaS-hosted applications. 

In general, the integration allows developers to add AppDynamics app agent instrumentation to their applications as additional services when provisioning their application host instance. In some cases, AppDynamics can provide machine-level monitoring information for the virtual platform and supporting infrastructure. 

The following section lists the PaaS providers with which the AppDynamics platform integrates. For details on how to use the AppDynamics specific platforms, see the documentation listed. 

Platform as a Service (PaaS) Provider Support

PaaS ProviderDescription
Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF)

Application and machine monitoring in PCF environments. AppDynamics can provide built-in support for these Cloud Foundry buildpacks:

For more information and links to the AppDynamics tiles, see the AppDynamics PCF documentation.
Red Hat Openshift 3

Docker images with built-in AppDynamics monitoring support for JBoss EAP 6.4 and WildFly 8.1.

For documentation and download information, see the AppDynamics Java APM Agent page on the Red Hat Customer Portal.

Microsoft Azure

You can use NuGet or the Windows Azure Portal to install the AppDynamics .NET Agent package directly to projects running on Windows Azure. You can instrument Web Roles, Worker Roles, and App Services. See Deploy AppDynamics for Azure (Moving)


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