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Magento TraceView Extension (by Optaros)

Optaros knows Magento. As the creator and manager of the largest Magento Enterprise instances in existence, Optaros knows to focus on performance, optimization and scaling. That’s why they utilized AppNeta TraceView. To help improve performance and optimization work, they created a custom extension to track Magento Enterprise specifics, and identify bottlenecks in a single click on production environments.

While TraceView can monitor Magento sites without it, the Optaros extension adds the following capabilities with no integration:

  • Extra “layers” to pinpoint issues to specific stage of the request (bootstrap, rewrite, pre dispatch, post dispatch, load and render layout)
  • Partitions traffic based on logged-in / anonymous customers, or admin traffic
  • Group requests by controller/action (product view, cart add)
  • Automatically tag pages for Real User Performance Monitoring

This free Traceview Magento extension is available for download on Magento Connect.

The source code is open sourced and available on GitHub for further collaboration.

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About Optaros

Optaros is part creative digital agency, part systems integrator, and part strategic consultancy. Together, we take a holistic approach to creating exceptional commerce experiences for exceptional brands.

Optaros is 100% focused on digital commerce and the technology ecosystem that supports it. From core eCommerce and mobile to omni-channel and multi-channel engagements, we deliver next generation tools and experiences that enable consumers at every digital touch point.

Since 2004, we’ve been helping customers achieve eCommerce excellence by taking an individual, client-first approach to each and every engagement we make.

TR Jordan: A veteran of MIT’s Lincoln Labs, TR is a reformed physicist and full-stack hacker – for some limited definition of full stack. TR still harbors a not-so-secret love for Matlab-esque graphs and half-baked statistics, as well as elegant and highly-performant code.