Germain analyzes code execution in real-time by monitoring and capturing various metrics and events during the execution of the code. It provides insights into the performance, behavior, and potential issues of the code as it runs. This analysis can include factors such as execution time, memory usage, CPU utilization, network requests, database queries, and other relevant information.
By analyzing code execution in real-time, Germain can help identify bottlenecks, inefficiencies, errors, and areas for optimization, enabling developers to make informed decisions and improve the overall performance and reliability of the code.
Transaction Time Breakdown
Transaction Response Time analysis is broken down by layers, and that is customizable.
Default Time Layers: [Browser | Network | Web Server | Application Server | Integration(s)| Database]
Exclusive Time: critical path-related time for a transaction to complete
Cumulative Time: asynchronous transaction time summed up to help you understand how much processing is being performed irrespective of when a transaction completes its critical purpose
e.g. for SalesForce.com
e.g. for Oracle Siebel CRM
e.g. For a React/Java app:
Feature Availability: 8.6.0 or later