inspectIT - inspectIT is the leading Open Source APM (Application Performance Management) tool for analyzing your Java (EE) applications

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inspectIT is an open source APM (Application Performance Management) tool for analyzing Java (EE) applications. inspectIT is the leading Open Source APM (application performance management) tool for monitoring and analyzing your Java(EE) software applications.

http://inspectit.rocks
https://github.com/inspectIT/inspectIT

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