Browsing posts written by: Jennifer Burner

new app map settings options

See the flow of requests between your apps (and other AppMap updates)
April 28, 2016 by

Application Performance Management, Company News

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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See your apps in a new light
February 8, 2016 by

Application Performance Management, Industry Insights

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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Tags, you’re it!
December 7, 2015 by

Application Performance Management, Company News

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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OpenVis Conf 2015
April 21, 2015 by

Industry Insights

At AppNeta, we collect huge amounts of data every day about the performance of our customer’s applications. We put a lot of thought into how best to present it so that our users can easily make sense of this data and quickly resolve any issues with their web apps. Our product and UX team recently
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TraceView UI Updates
March 12, 2015 by

Application Performance Management, Company News

AppNeta’s products are designed to save you time, which means that they should be easy to use. Consequently, we’ve been doing a lot of user testing recently: sitting down with both new and old customers to watch and listen. We learned a lot, and today we’re rolling out the first wave of updates to the
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