The Latest in Performance Monitoring and End-User Experience


Stop the finger pointing, start solving problems: Announcing AppNeta’s Unified Performance Management Solutions
September 25, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Now more than ever before, the management and reliable delivery of applications dictates business success. Application downtime leads to wasted employee time and thousands of negative customer experiences. When a retailer’s website loads slowly, sales are lost because the prospect is already 10 clicks away. You should never let your technology problems become business problems.

Finding Web Performance Problems Before Your Customers Do
September 20, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

In an era of new technologies and an ever-increasing presence of the Internet in ordinary life, the pressure to optimize Web performance for IT, development, business professionals and application owners has never been higher. Today, user satisfaction is everything: Your customer-facing Web application must perform seamlessly if you don’t want your customers to flee to the competition.
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New Gig and Great News
August 23, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

I recently joined the AppNeta team and I am very excited about the prospects of our Application Performance Management software solution, Tracelytics. AppNeta’s SaaS-based Tracelytics service provides the broadest, most in-depth performance insight into your dynamic web-based applications available today. We support PHP, Python, Ruby and Java. Installation only takes a few minutes and you
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Full Stack Application Monitoring Is Like A Walk In The Woods
August 8, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

I hope everyone had a great long weekend. With Labor Day marking the unofficial end of summer, here at TraceView, we’re all excited about our product growth and joining the AppNeta team. Over the Labor Day Weekend, I spent my free time hiking New Hampshire’s Presidential Traverse. The Presi Traverse is over 20 miles long, covers 7 mountains over
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Are the Olympics slowing you down? What about ESPN, Pandora and YouTube?
August 2, 2012 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

By: Jim Melvin Everyone love’s the Olympics and it is easy to see why — the Olympics truly have something for everyone.  From cycling, to soccer, to archery, and basketball; the breadth of sports (36 in all) covers just about every sport that you could want (except for lacrosse, one of my personal favorites). What
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How was yesterday’s Olympics video content streaming on your WAN?
July 29, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

We averaged 3Mbps throughout the day from YouTube, for a total of 14GB. It would have maxed out our 3Mbps bonded T1 service at the old office, but our Comcast business connection held up well, even as traffic peaked at over 12Mbps in the early morning hours.

CEO Notes: End User Experience Monitoring For The Rest of Us
July 26, 2012 by

Company News

As another workday starts on Thursday July 26, I wanted to share – needed to share – a glimpse into life here and how we are dramatically changing the way IT organizations manage application performance. AppNeta is revolutionizing Performance Management and will change the course of where this industry goes over the next five years. Ok, so
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Salesforce.com vs.The Network Guy
July 25, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

The last thing any IT guy wants to hear from a group of sales reps is “Salesforce is down!  There’s something wrong with Salesforce!!!” Unfortunately, yours truly was in that position on Monday.The AppNeta sales team is an inside team based outside of Boston, Massachusetts.  On Halloween, at roughly 4pm EST, I heard the groans from the
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Explaining Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) with Apache Thrift
July 18, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

It is an “architectural style”, not an implementation. There are many ways to implement SOA, including REST and SOAP web services, language-specific implementations such as Java RMI, and older approaches using RPC frameworks such as CORBA (which dates back to the 90′s!).  Some folks also decide to build their own service / RPC layer on
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Tracing Celery Performance For Web Applications
July 16, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Are you using Celery to process python backend tasks asynchronously?  Have you wanted to get insight into their resource consumption and efficiency?  Here’s a few useful ways to get insight into Celery performance when running tasks. A simple celery task For a quick review, Celery lets you turn any python method into an asynchronous task.  Here’s a
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