Kinsta: New Free Application Performance Monitoring Tool

Kinsta just proudly launched their custom-designed Application Performance Monitoring (APM) tool. Get the right data for a faster WordPress site!

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Application Performance Monitoring

Application Monitoring Tool
Zero Hassle WordPress Performance Monitoring ©Kinsta

Slow websites scare off customers, who may then leave for your competitors’ websites. Therefore, an application performance monitoring tool is critical for any company to deliver a top-notch user experience.

Kinsta’s APM is a unique feature that provides actionable data to debug WordPress performance issues without having to pay for third-party monitoring services. It captures timestamped information about your WordPress site’s PHP processes, MySQL database queries, external HTTP calls, and much more.

And the best part? It’s free for all Kinsta customers and can be accessed directly from your MyKinsta dashboard.

Get premium WordPress hosting including free migrations from as low as $35 per month for the Starter plan. If paid yearly, you’ll get two months for free.

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