Browsing posts tagged with: application performance

Measuring Your Web App Performance with Apache Bench
August 4, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

When you are being tasked to find and fix those pesky slow pages in your web app, you might have hard time finding where to start. Identifying top performance bottlenecks is always difficult, since there are many factors that lead to slow server response time : slow application logic, poorly indexed database queries, a myriad
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Announcing the node.js Beta. Free Monitoring!
August 1, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Looking to get insight into the performance and scalability of node.js-based applications? TraceView is introducing node.js support with an early access beta program, and you’re invited to sign up! The beta is invitation-based, so you’ll need to fill out our beta questionnaire to get involved. When selected, we’ll give you free monitoring in exchange for
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Salesforce problems can be measured

Top 5 Salesforce Performance Problems
July 9, 2014 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Salesforce is a heavyweight in the SaaS market, and Salesforce problems can affect thousands of users. Salesforce has an online status dashboard that many users leverage to monitor the application and determine whether it’s working properly and performing to expectations. However, trust.salesforce.com is really just an internal dashboard Salesforce set up for checking on whether everything within
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How Do You Monitor a SaaS Application like Salesforce?
June 24, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Only two years ago, the average company adopting SaaS applications was a 50-person company, mainly because smaller companies were inclined to not invest in on-premise solutions. Since then, there’s been a shift and SaaS has become the standard for any company implementing business applications or services. Even the largest companies in the world are now
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PSR-3: Why Drupal’s Doggone Watchdog Is Gone
June 9, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

watchdog() provides Drupal’s out-of-the-box logging capabilities. Despite a reputation for a “learning cliff”, it’s much simpler to deal with logs in Drupal than in many other systems. Instead of dealing with confusing log files, site builders can visit the system log page in the GUI and look at neatly formatted table of error types, severities, and
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The Many Faces of eCommerce: A Comparison
April 10, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

As software continues to eat the world, ecommerce is starting to reflect the diversity of, well, commerce. But this growing market is also growing more competitive, so there’s a lot of interest in technologies that can help push businesses past razor-thin margins and into profitability. It’s great that “faster sites convert better” has become common
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Getting Started with .NET Framework Profiling
March 27, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Usually when developers talk about profiling, they mean running code they wrote in some sort of development environment to get better understanding of its performance. That’s the valid use case, but what happens when code is released in the wild? Your customers will run it in configurations you wouldn’t imagine, the data can be differently
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How Logging Killed a Java Web Server
March 5, 2014 by

Industry Insights

Logging is an essential component in any application as it gives useful insight into code execution. When tracking down bugs, robust logging aids developers by providing additional information without deploying debugging tools. However, in a recent memory problem we investigated, a seemingly harmless logging statement almost killed the whole web application!

How to Save 90% on Your S3 Bill
January 31, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

AppNeta has used a lot of open source libraries and programs in building and running our architecture. One utility in general that’s provided us with an easy way to slice up and investigate our AWS spending is the awesome Ice. Instead of having to do manual tabulation based on the monthly billing email from Amazon,
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Tracing in Go
January 21, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Hey!  Before you read the following post, you should know that we now have official Golang support.  The following examples are deprecated. Dave’s explorations turned into monitoring that we now use on a large part of our infrastructure, and we’ve opened it up to our customers as well.   — The original post Over the
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