That's perfectly normal. Tha agent logs the loading of al the classes in your application. "no class match found" in the ByteCode log simply indicates that no rule was found that requires that the class named in the log entry be instrumented.
[AD Thread-BCI Transform Processor0] 11 Jul 2017 10:16:44,785 Matching class name org/springframework/boot/SpringApplication Matching class bytecode. : No class match found.
Indicates that no rule matched the org.springframework.boot.SpringApplication class
You can tell what HAS been instrumented from entries like: