Browsing posts tagged with: best practices

Comparison Views in AppView Web
January 13, 2014 by

Company News

Just before the holidays, we made a pair of big announcements: in addition to our first year on the Magic Quadrant for APM, we’ve just increased TraceView’s data retention to an industry-leading 90 days of full data. But we’re constantly releasing new features, and we didn’t want those stories to overshadow the launch of Comparison Views
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Using AWS Spot Instances Effectively
December 10, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

At AppNeta, we provide software instrumentation, open source libraries and network hardware to instrument your network and software to provide information to you about your Full Stack ™. On the software side, we do this by emitting tracing information back to our application, where we process, analyze and consolidate it to provide you with precise
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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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Loading up some Big Queries

Performance Monitoring

Google’s BigQuery service has a lot to offer for organizations with massive datasets to query against. Rented massive parallelism is much more cost effective than trying to set up the infrastructure to do it yourself. BigQuery has some limits, though — flexible boundaries that your design needs to accomodate. At AppNeta, our naive approach to
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Headless Automated Regression Testing for Web Apps
November 29, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

with Selenium, PhantomJS and Jenkins. Automated testing is a massive time saver, especially when it comes to regression testing. Regression testing is the retesting of the application when a new feature is introduced to verify the existing functionality is still working, as early as possible. To accomplish this, we need to execute a set of
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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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Roundup from AWS re:Invent 2013
November 19, 2013 by

Industry Insights

AppNeta makes extensive use of Amazon Web Services for all of our products, making the AWS re:Invent conference of great interest to us. Several team members attended the conference, where many new services were announced.  This post is a quick recap of those announcements, while future posts will drill down in more detail.

Burndown.io goes read-only
November 11, 2013 by

Company News

After Burndown got some unexpected attention last week, we got feedback from several netizens who wanted to use Burndown but were uncomfortable with the default permissions (access to both private & public repositories) because they use a single Github profile for both personal and business work. Well Internet, we’re listening! Burndown now has the ability
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TraceView APIv2
October 11, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Earlier this year my colleague TR wrote about the launch of our data API. I’m a big fan of making data more accessible, so I used our own API to write a Hubot script for exploring TraceView data without ever leaving HipChat. Even while I was writing that article, though, we were already lining up
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How Loading Time Affects Your Bottom Line (from Kissmetrics)
September 24, 2013 by

Industry Insights

The fine folks over at KissMetrics put together a stunning infographic on just how important this performance stuff is. It’s easy to get caught up in shipping features and polishing UX, but sometimes, the low-hanging fruit is the first performance step, not the 50th A/B test. Check it out below (click for a larger version)
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