Browsing posts tagged with: apps

Now Monitoring: Adobe Experience Manager (CQ5)
May 14, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

CQ5 (now Adobe Experience Manager) is a web content management system (WCMS) originally developed by Swiss company Day Software. Day was later acquired by Adobe, and its core product became Adobe’s primary WCMS offering. CQ5 helps companies to build, manage and deliver their digital contents across different channels at scale, especially when there’s a large
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Customizing Chef Bootstrap Templates
April 14, 2014 by

Industry Insights

At AppNeta, we use Chef to set up EC2 instances for the purpose of testing our TraceView instrumentation modules.  TraceView has agents for Java, .NET, Python, Ruby, and PHP, and one of the most important requirements for all of these is that they’re easy to deploy (typically less than 5 minutes). This means it should be
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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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Amazon Storage Shootout: EBS vs. Provisioned IOPS
February 22, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Over the past few months, we have had troubles supporting our ever growing data store. The main problem being database performance specially when answering queries involving large data sets. Code tuning is definitely the answer to a majority of these issues. However, there is always a performance bottleneck posed by the underlying infrastructure. In this
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C++ Crash Debugging without GDB
February 21, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

In many cases, you can debug using GDB and core files directly. But what about logging without the external tools? In this post I’ll talk about how to log stack traces from within your application. Logging Stack Traces Ideally most issues such as a segmentation fault are caught during development.  However, it can be impossible
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Detecting a Corrupt Solid State Hard Drive
February 11, 2014 by

Performance Monitoring

Corrupted data is hard to detect since there is usually no direct indication in the logs. Many times when you notice corruption it is already too late because the machine doesn’t boot up anymore or you suddenly can’t run a command anymore which is essential for normal operation. Corruption itself is hard to prevent, esp.
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Jenkins: Multiple Branches, Multiple Job Configs
December 19, 2013 by

Industry Insights

In the name of continuous delivery, we recently changed our Software Development Cycle (SDLC). Instead of working on just two major branches using SVN (current and future sprint), we create a branch for every new feature and issue using git. Once verified and tested, these feature branches get merged into the master branch. With Jenkins
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AppNeta and Gigaom Research Co-host Webinar: Application Performance Monitoring in a Multi-platform App Environment
December 5, 2013 by

Company News, Performance Monitoring

Gigaom Analysts Discuss Monitoring Performance in Today’s Complex Web and Mobile Application Environments BOSTON — December 5, 2013 — AppNeta, the technology leader of Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) solutions, today announced a webinar on December 11th, 2013 hosted by AppNeta and Gigaom Research. This webinar, “Application Performance Monitoring in a Multi-platform App Environment,”
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The Cost of Bugs
November 28, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Finding bugs can be an expensive exercise. When you factor when during the SDLC that the bug was found and who found it, the cost of a bug goes up. Bugs found early in the development process are the cheapest. Bugs found later in a development cycle have more of an impact as there has
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New in TraceView: Customize your App Overviews!
November 19, 2013 by

Company News

As TraceView has moved into larger organizations, it’s brought more and more teams together working to solve full stack performance problems.  This has led to an explosion of apps being monitored, and, sometimes, overwhelming overview pages tracking tens of apps.

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