Trace View Capabilities within Retrace (1)

Trace View Capabilities within Retrace: Determine Where Problems Are and How to Fix Them

Megan Horton Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Stackify Product & Company Updates

Stackify’s APM+ product, Retrace, helps provide important insights into your code, and one of the important pieces to understand is the Traces view. The ‘traces’ can be found in the ‘Performance (APM+)’ tab when viewing a specific application. Traces allow you to view specific paths within an application with great detail. These can be extremely helpful in determining where problems …

Retrace Product Release: Deployment Tracking

Why You Need Deployment Tracking In Retrace!

Megan Horton Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

In conversations with our customers, a common requirement is how to identify when things start “slowing down”, or “behaving like an angry nerd who missed out on free LeCroix”.  The questions usually continue and developers start wondering about the deployment process.  Sure, we all know it “worked on your machine”, but what is it doing in Staging, QA, or Production? …

Retrace Product Release: September 2017

Megan Horton Stackify Product & Company Updates

One of the only things you can count on happening in the technology industry is constant change, and Stackify’s APM tool, Retrace, is evolving again!  Client feedback, industry needs, and the underlying goal of delivering better tools for developers has all culminated into the latest release of Retrace. There is a game-changing new Deployment Tracking feature, full support for highly …