Browsing posts tagged with: ruby

Using TraceView to Identify and Solve Webserver Queueing Problems
February 26, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

We’re kicking off a series of videos on how to find and attack common problems in your complex web applications. Today’s topic is one we’ve seen in a number of customers: Webserver Queueing. Check out the video below, or, if you don’t have three minutes or a pair of headphones handy, read on for a (liberally
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Ruby 2.0 Released: Let The Tracing Begin!
February 25, 2013 by

Industry Insights

TraceView Supports Ruby 2.0 Like much of the Ruby community, we’re excited to see that Ruby 2.0 was released today and to announce that TraceView supports Ruby 2.0 from day one (today). Ruby 2.0 promises to have many improvements over previous versions including GC optimizations and a faster Kernel#require, which “makes Rails startup very fast”
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AppNeta Rubygems Verified
January 31, 2013 by

Company News

Yesterday, Rubygems found a gem with an exploit to execute arbitrary code, copy config files with passwords and auto-post them onto pastie.org. The community suspects that some gems on rubygems.org may have been re-written with the exploit code so everyone has been verifying gems. AppNeta Verifies Rubygems We’ve verified all of the AppNeta oboe gems (404 until Rubygems is back
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Monitoring Background Jobs in Ruby’s Resque
January 22, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Tracing Resque Here at AppNeta, we get to see a lot about how people build their web applications. From simple PHP scripts to heavily service-oriented Java clouds to monolithic Django apps, everybody’s product is architected a little differently. We’re still out to trace everything, and today I want to talk how to get visibility into
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