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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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Gartner Recognizes AppNeta as a Market Challenger in the Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring
January 6, 2014 by

Company News

Boston-based AppNeta evaluated for completeness of vision and ability to execute BOSTON — January 6, 2013 — AppNeta, the leading provider of Full Stack Application Performance Management solutions, today announced that Gartner has positioned AppNeta as a Challenger in the “2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Management.” For a complimentary copy of the report,
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AppNeta in Gartner’s APM Magic Quadrant!
December 18, 2013 by

Company News

We’ve had an exciting few months at AppNeta, and the great news keeps rolling in. I am thrilled to announce that AppNeta’s Application Performance Monitoring services have been recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring alongside AppDynamics, BMC, CA, Compuware, Dell, HP, IBM, ManageEngine, Microsoft, New Relic, Optier, and Riverbed. Read the
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12x Increase in Monitoring Data Retention

Company News

BOSTON — December 18, 2013 — AppNeta, the technology leader of Full Stack Application Performance Management (APM) solutions, today announced the launch of its expanded monitoring data retention capabilities, increasing online retention by more than 1200%, from seven days to 90 days. The extended data retention timeframe gives customers up to three full months to
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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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Adventures with a PostGreSQL RAM Drive
December 9, 2013 by

Industry Insights

Some days, you want to distribute your application to 500 nodes around the world. Other days, you just want it to run faster on this one stupid little box. Today is one of the latter days. Here at AppNeta, we run everything in Amazon. When we were starting out, like most people, we treated Amazon
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Loading up some Big Queries
December 5, 2013 by

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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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.

AppView Web Global: Now with Free Trial!
October 9, 2013 by

Company News

Today, we launched an important milestone for AppView Web: free trials for everybody! Monitoring performance has historically been a cumbersome process, including multiple phone calls with sales reps, paperwork trades back and forth, and delays that give any performance problem more than enough time to go away on its own. AppView Web’s unique outside-in perspective
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Slow and Inconsistent: Web APIs, PART 1
July 29, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

With contributions by Bobby Fitzgerald No man is an island, and neither is a web app. The time needed to build web applications continues to approach zero, but only because the tools to build them are so much better. Talking about frameworks is almost boring; who wants to talk about Play or Rails when you
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