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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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Twitter Goes Down #PathViewCloudFindsProblem
June 22, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

I don’t think I was alone June 21, 2012 when I went to check-in on Twitter during lunch and for some reason could not connect. Hmmm, how is that possible? The Twittersphere can’t actually be down…or can it? My office in Boston was also experiencing some network problems so I just assumed the Twitter issue
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Drupal Performance Profiling With Tracelytics
June 7, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Getting a comprehensive view of the causes of poor performance and latency in your Drupal instance can be tricky. AllPlayers.com, a Tracelytics user, has developed a module to integrate Drupal with Tracelytics and make the process of tracking Drupal performance much more straightforward. This module is an excellent example of how one can integrate custom code with the
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Delivering on the Promise of APM
June 1, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Today, June 1, marks the two year anniversary of the Tracelytics.  It’s a tempting opportunity to reminisce, but more importantly it’s also a milestone at which assess our progress: why did we embark on this journey, what problems were we trying to solve, and how far have we come towards solving them? Service-Orientation Prior to
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In-Page Help For All: pageguide.js is open source!
May 23, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

We’re very excited to announce a new open-source contribution from Tracelytics: pageguide.js. It’s a new library that helps you create in-page contextual help and walkthroughs for your web application. In action, it looks something like this: (click for full resolution) If you’re not familiar with the Tracelytics page guide, it’s an in-page help system for web applications
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Solving Two Of The Most Common Web Performance Mistakes
May 15, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Here at AppNeta, we love it when a customer thanks us for helping them track down a hard-to-diagnose web performance problem. Over the past year, as we’ve helped more customers, we’ve noticed a few common patterns pop up, so we’re blogging about a few of them and their solutions. While every web stack is unique,
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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

Profiling Python Performance Using lineprof, statprof, and cProfile
May 12, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

If you’re a regular here, you know how much we care about the full-stack view of applications. Today, let’s zoom in a bit, and talk about the performance of a single layer. In particular, let’s look at profiling Python performance. As an example, let’s take this bit of code for calculating confidence intervals of the mean of a
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An Application Performance Breakthrough – See Across Your Sites, Apps and End Users!
March 13, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

With highly distributed network and the expansive transition to cloud services, network and application performance monitoring is becoming more and more challenging. With the increase in IP-based applications like VoIP, Video Conferencing, hosted CRMs, VDI and cloud services offering simpler and easier ways to communicate and operate within an organization. Each application comes with unique
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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

Verifying Network Performance SLAs
March 8, 2012 by

Performance Monitoring

Service-level agreements (SLAs) are an interesting concept because unless  there is a major disruption, it is difficult to guarantee they are being met daily. How do you know your carrier is meeting the requirements you are paying for? And if you  are a carrier, how can you prove to your clients that you are delivering
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4G Wireless Performance: Will You Support Me?
November 29, 2011 by

Performance Monitoring

Every major wireless carrier is racing to deploy 4G branded mobile data services.  Although the mobile data user has been trained to lower his or her performance expectations, the wireless carriers are working hard to change that perception.  Can 4G wireless services support real time applications like voice and video for the mobile office of
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