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Combine full-stack application tracing and brilliant data visualization to build faster, more reliable web apps.

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TraceView Features

Identify Trends and Outliers at a Glance

Get insight beyond averages and understand performance trends over multiple releases. Use advanced visualizations to see every call, at every layer, for 90 days.

Fix Problems in any Layer in the Stack

All without slowing your application down. Never get stuck staring at an API call. Follow requests through distributed transactions and always find out what came next.

Track User Performance Where It Matters

Find and fix problems with real user monitoring and synthetic transactions, all tied to backend performance.

TraceView Pricing Plans


More than 5 hosts or using Docker? Pay less per host/container.
Get in touch with us so we can discuss your needs. (800) 508-5233

Full coverage — Buy 5 or more production licenses on the TraceView Enterprise plan and for every license you purchase, you’ll receive a free pre-production license and a free host metric license.

Features Included

  • Real User Monitoring (RUM)
  • Advanced visualization with filtering & drill-down
  • Java Management Extension (JMX) monitoring support
  • Cross-host, distributed transaction tracing
  • Search and filter across URLs and controller/actions
  • Online & Email support
  • Unlimited machine-level metric collection & charting
  • Latency, host, and error-based alerting
  • Phone Support
  • Web server monitoring
  • Latency data API
  • Email Alerts
  • Error reporting at every layer
  • Distributed Transaction Tracing
  • Host Count Bursting

TraceView is part of AppNeta's full stack solution, including AppView, PathView, and FlowView.

Got Questions? We’ve got answers. Visit our FAQ section or give us a call at (800) 508-5233

All plans are based on an annual subscription, payable either monthly or annually. Contact us if you require a different subscription term.

“AppNeta is an awesome tool for finding performance problems and why they are happening.”

Jared Sprague| Software Engineer, Red Hat

Frequently Asked Questions FAQs


Do I need a credit card to sign up?

No. We do not collect credit card information when you sign up. Enter it when you’re ready to upgrade your plan.

How do you define host?

A host is a copy of an OS, running on either real or virtualized hardware. We consider an EC2 instance a single host, for example, or a physical machine running Red Hat.

What is bursting?

In dynamically scaled environments, a strict per-host model may not make sense. If you change the number of hosts on a hourly or daily basis, the host count is based on the average number of hosts in use across the month. If your server count varies from month to month, get in touch with us, and we’ll work out something that makes sense.

Do you offer volume discounts?

Absolutely! If you’ve got more than 5 servers, drop us a line and we’ll work with you.

Do I need to choose a plan now?

No. Sign up for free, and you’ll automatically get a 14 day free trial of Enterprise.

When does my subscription begin?

Subscriptions begin as soon as you upgrade to a paid plan. If you upgrade on the 12th of a month, you will be billed each subsequent 12th and your account’s monthly usage information will reset on the same day.

What happens if I change plans?

We’ll change your subscription immediately. On upgrade, we’ll charge you the prorated cost for the rest of the month, and on downgrade, we’ll apply a credit to your next month of service.

What happens at the end of my trial?

Your account will automatically convert to Project. Upgrade at any time to get access to all the features of Startup or Enterprise!

How do I upgrade?

You can upgrade right from your dashboard.

How does your support work?

There’s three great ways to get help with TraceView:

  1. Send us an email:
  2. Chat with us and community members on IRC: #appneta on FreeNode
  3. Head to our support forum, staffed by TraceView engineers: