CA APM is an Application Performance Management solution that can help teams gain performance insights and diagnose issues across the full software lifecycle. It includes transaction tracing that supports modern APIs and apps, and it can help teams get to the root cause of bugs in APIs, transactions, code and database calls.
By connecting CA APM with Runscope API monitoring you can collect metrics from your API tests and transform them into actionable insights about your applications.
Watch the following video to learn how to set up the Runscope and CA APM integration, or follow the step-by-step instructions below:
Go to your CA APM SaaS tenant and log in. After that, copy the url (without the path) that we’ll be using in the next steps. For example: https://954976.apm.cloud.ca.com
In your Runscope account, click on your profile on the top-right and select Connected Services:
Find the CA Technologies logo and click on Connect CA APM:
Paste the CA APM URL that we copied in the first step in the text field and click on Enable APM Traces:
And you’re all set! Next, we’ll look at how to start sending the API monitoring information to our CA APM instance.
The first thing we need to do is enable our integration in our API monitor environment settings, to start sending information from Runscope to our CA APM instance:
Now that the integration is enabled, we can click on Save & Run at the top. After the test run is completed, open the result page under “Recent Test Runs”:
The first link at the top next to Trace, “View in CA APM” will show the metrics map for the entire test.
You can also expand each individual API request and select the “Connection” tab. You’ll find a Trace section under Timings with another “View in CA APM” link. Following that link will land you on the metric view for that specific request.
For in-context viewing of an APM trace, please make sure you have the correct “Universe” settings. You can use “All” if you haven’t created a Runscope-specific Universe.
Having trouble configuring the CA APM integration? Contact our support team.