Browsing posts tagged with: APM for DevOps

TraceView Product Update: Better Data at a Lower Cost
April 27, 2016 by

Application Performance Management, Industry Insights

Infrastructure costs have led to the evolution of virtual environments, containers and the as-a-service movement as a whole. And whether you subscribe to the DevOps organizational structure or not, the operations teams within most companies have a critical mission to improve performance while reducing costs. At AppNeta, we’re no different. We store millions of data
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PyPI deployment with Travis CI
February 18, 2016 by

Application Performance Management

The TraceView team has added the ability to delete applications to our Application Management API, so now users are enabled to programmatically delete and clean up applications in TraceView that are no longer in use. Along with this helpful addition, I’ve just released an updated version of the python-traceview client library, to support this new
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The Wire: Instrumenting Custom RPC Interfaces
February 16, 2016 by

Application Performance Management, Industry Insights

One of TraceView’s key strengths is its ability to follow requests from tier to tier inside of an application, helping track down tricky bottlenecks and problematic interactions in a distributed system. Out of the box, TraceView supports a number of common RPC protocols/frameworks like HTTP, Thrift, and WCF. But what if you’re using something else
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