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Choosing your own Adventure with PHP
March 18, 2015 by

Industry Insights, Performance Monitoring

PHP Today Let’s get the stats out of the way. For websites and web applications, PHP (as of writing) is used two to four times more than the next most popular language. It is ubiquitous on the modern web. While Facebook is often quoted as the site that proves the worthiness of PHP, there are millions of
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TraceView UI Updates
March 12, 2015 by

Company News

AppNeta’s products are designed to save you time, which means that they should be easy to use. Consequently, we’ve been doing a lot of user testing recently: sitting down with both new and old customers to watch and listen. We learned a lot, and today we’re rolling out the first wave of updates to the
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Basic Performance Comparison Between Koa and Express
March 9, 2015 by

Performance Monitoring

There’s been a lot of chatter lately in the JavaScript community about the latest, greatest ES6 features shipping in recent browsers and the V8 versions in node.js 0.12 and io.js 1.2.0. One such hot topic is generators, a special function that produces an iterator. Several modules on npm, such as co, have taken to hacking
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Github Webhooks

GitHub Webhooks + Spark Core + Heroku = GitGong
March 3, 2015 by

Company News, Performance Monitoring

GitHub Webhooks allow you to build or set up integrations which subscribe to certain events on GitHub.com. Spark.io: A $19 postage stamp-sized hackable Wi-Fi module for interacting with physical things. Heroku is a cloud application platform – a newfangled way of building and deploying web apps. Put them together with some scrap wood, servo, vintage clock
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First Steps With Microservices
February 17, 2015 by

Industry Insights

When AppNeta acquired Tracelytics, we had a big vision: bring together the best application, end-user, and infrastructure performance data available from across our varied probes and products.  There were of course a lot of product challenges: what key metrics to borrow from each source, how to best present the data, and what personas to tailor
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Why Javascript on the Server Matters
February 10, 2015 by

Industry Insights

It’s almost passé to write about the advantages of node.js, especially if you’re touting the benefits of event loops for web services the performance differences between V8 and other interpreters like Ruby. Node can handle tons of connections without breaking a sweat. Event loops are great for shuttling data between a DB and a frontend.
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Annotating your graphs with PowerShell
January 20, 2015 by

Industry Insights

For some time, TraceView has given you access to our API to add annotations to your graphs and heat maps.  On Linux hosts, we even gave you a script called “tlog” to make it easier. Today, we’re pleased to offer Windows users the same easy way to add those annotations.  And, since everything to do
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Navigation and Branding Updates
December 12, 2014 by

Company News, Networking Technology

Longtime AppNeta users will notice a few minor changes when they log into their accounts in the coming days: the simplification of the navigation and module branding within the service. As the features of the AppNeta service have grown over time a number of modules have been added and we are taking this opportunity to
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New Alerting in TraceView: Tell Your Friends!
November 24, 2014 by

Industry Insights

Most of our customers are already familiar with TraceView’s alerts feature – if your app or your site is running slowly, you want to hear about it right away, preferably before it affects your users. You can set an alert to trigger based on error rates, latency of each individual layer of your app or
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AppNeta Response to POODLE
October 22, 2014 by

Industry Insights

AppNeta is responding to the vulnerability in the SSLv3 protocol. It has been assigned CVE-2014-3566, and is commonly known as POODLE. For a succinct overview see this article. PathView Cloud and TraceView services were affected as the service supported both SSL and TLS for secure communication. Rather than applying a patch to our SSL library,
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