Instana was First to Announce .Net Core Instrumentation at 2018 Microsoft Ignite Conference
Solingen, Germany and San Mateo, CA – September 19, 2019 – Instana, the leading provider of automated APM solutions for cloud-based microservice applications, announced the release of automatic code-level monitoring and tracing for .Net Core. That brings the total number of programming languages automatically instrumented and traced by Instana to twelve including Java, C#/.Net, Ruby, Node, Go, and many more. Instana was the first APM solution to release a .Net Core agent in 2018, with this latest release completing the process of automatic instrumentation for code level visibility.
“Microservice architectures continue to evolve, creating interesting combinations of programming and infrastructure technologies,” said Chris Farrell, Director of Marketing at Instana. “It’s critical for any management tool to provide complete code-level visibility and tracing of all user requests across all possible programming languages, including .Net Core.”
The latest release brings Instana’s automatic tracing to a dozen different programming languages – all without any human configuration or engineering effort. Coupled with the one hundred and fifty microservice platform and infrastructure sensors, Instana has the ability to track user requests across the full stack and all services of dynamic microservice applications.
“Instana’s ability to automatically map and monitor our applications across every part of our applications stack helps our Development and DevOps teams get immediate feedback to any application changes,” said Don Bauer, DevOps Manager at Citizens Bank. “We’re always pushing the technology envelope, and it’s great that Instana can keep up with those changes with new programming language sensors like this one for .Net Core.”
Instana automates the discovery of services, automatically understands their quality and immediately presents information on quality and performance to DevOps. Unlike conventional monitoring solutions, Instana’s automated APM solution operates without requiring ongoing engineering effort, human configuration, or even application restarts. Developers are able to determine build quality with one click. Likewise, traditional Ops personnel can quickly understand the root cause of production performance issues.