The Latest in Performance Monitoring and End-User Experience


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Go Long with Golang
June 8, 2016 by

Company News, Industry Insights

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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AppNeta + Maven: Now easier than ever!
May 11, 2016 by

Company News

We are excited to announce the availability of AppNeta Java artifacts on Maven! It’s now easier and faster than ever to add performance monitoring to Java apps. Maven is designed to make building and managing Java projects easier and with this update, we now enable users to add our Java agent and/or the custom instrumentation
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3 New Decisive Features for .NET Apps
April 26, 2016 by

Company News, Industry Insights

 .NET 2.0 Instrumentation Update How can I monitor my standalone WCF applications? Where can I find performance insights for my MVC applications? How can I easily see the end user experience for my .NET app? Sound familiar? We have some great news – the new AppNeta .NET agent makes it extremely simple to monitor large
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Get in your Spaceship with PHP 7 and AppNeta
January 28, 2016 by

Company News, Industry Insights

tl;dr – AppNeta is the first SaaS APM solution to support PHP 7 in production! As a web performance company it’s hard not to get excited when you read the hype around PHP 7. At the heart, PHP 7 is just faster. The fact that a large portion of the web, over 80% by some findings,
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Ruby Background Jobs

Background Job Tracing for Ruby Applications
January 21, 2016 by

Industry Insights

Background jobs help reduce your web app’s response time by separating time- and resource-consuming tasks from web requests. These background tasks (that might otherwise have slowed your users’ experience) are sent to a queue to be processed later. This results in happier end users, as they are able to access their dashboards or profile pages
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