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Go Long with Golang

We are excited to announce beta availability of Go support for TraceView.   Are you migrating services to Go? If so, you’ll want performance visibility in production to assess your new components. At AppNeta, we were in the same boat as we moved part of our data processing pipeline from Python to Go (read our
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See the flow of requests between your apps (and other AppMap updates)

I’m excited to share some recent updates to TraceView’s AppMap, as it’s one of our customer’s favorite ways to visualize their app performance data (check out your AppMap here!). Because the AppMap allows you to quickly see what’s upstream and downstream of each component, and because we automatically detect and monitor the network connections between them, you can
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TraceView Product Update: Better Data at a Lower Cost

Infrastructure costs have led to the evolution of virtual environments, containers and the as-a-service movement as a whole. And whether you subscribe to the DevOps organizational structure or not, the operations teams within most companies have a critical mission to improve performance while reducing costs. At AppNeta, we’re no different. We store millions of data
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Granular Insight with Akka Actor Instrumentation

Akka actors help you build scalable, high throughput and concurrent applications. Since its introduction as a Scala implementation of the Actor Model in 2009, Akka has been the driving force behind some of the largest e-commerce applications like Walmart and the Gilt Groupe. For demanding environments, Akka makes an ideal choice thanks to several fundamental
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See your apps in a new light

We’ve been busy overhauling the views that you use for keeping a pulse on the performance of the apps you monitor with AppNeta. There are two new views that I’m looking forward to sharing with you today! NEW! Drill into details on a single app with App Map Last year, we added an exciting new way
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Network context to pierce the cloud

When end-user experience suffers due to performance, the first line of defense begins triage with a seemingly simple question – is the issue with the code, the infrastructure or the network? To answer that simple question, we must navigate an ever-expanding graph of services and networks. A multi-tier application might look monolithic compared to microservice-based
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Tags, you’re it!

TraceView’s New Inline Tag Editor TraceView’s tags provide engineers with an important organizational tool for sophisticated infrastructures. A complex infrastructure might include many different independent services across production, staging, and development environments, each configured into a separate app. With that kind of complexity, it can be challenging to sift through all the apps to find
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New in Traceview: 5 more ways to drill down on your APM data

Over the past few months, we’ve been reaching out to users, doing user testing, and compiling a collection of the most complex traces TraceView has encountered to date. What have we found? Unsurprisingly, our customers’ apps (and ecologies thereof) continue to grow more sophisticated, distributed, and asynchronous. We’re obviously excited about this trend, as instrumenting
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3 New Customization Options for .NET Apps in TraceView!

With the latest update to our .NET instrumentation we’re expanding our commitment to our power users by offering additional customization options. Our TraceView instrumentation team works incredibly hard to make sure that the install experience for first and long-time users is quick and easy. While we strive to provide an excellent out-of-the-box experience we realize
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We’re NOT Announcing Docker Support Because We Already Supported It

Towards the end of 2014, Docker expanded support for three major players in the cloud space: AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Compute. Series D funding of Docker reached almost $100 million. With growing adoption, Docker is an important trend for future application architectures. But this isn’t new here at AppNeta. We’ve heard announcements for Docker
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