Learn about the details of various features of App Services and how to test each service created in Volt MX Foundry Console.
Find out about the monitoring capabilities on server performance to provide information on server load, performance, errors and more to end users.
Learn how to encrypt the PII (Personal Identifiable Information) that is sent to the Volt MX Foundry Metrics Server for reporting.
Learn how to measure and profile the performance of the custom code that is used in an application by using New Relic.
Use the environment monitoring capabilities to provide information on CPU, memory, and threads.
Learn about the four modules of App Services: Configurable Parameters, Runtime Configuration, Environment Details, and SSL Certificates.
View data sync between the devices of the client and the Enterprise Datasource server.
Invoke published APIs with defined input through a definite schedule as a job. The scheduled jobs run on the server and send emails automatically before the user’s renewals expire.
Use a standard set of application metrics for App Services, which are gathered and made available to end users as reports. These reports are generated based on few parameters such as the application usage, service duration, number of requests received and legacy details such as traffic reports for service, for visitors and more.
Troubleshoot the issues and problems that you encounter while developing applications.