IIS files

Where Are IIS Log Files Located? How to View IIS Logs on Windows & Azure

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Not sure where your IIS log files are located? No problem! For a standard Windows Server, the default log location is: %SystemDrive%\inetpub\logs\LogFiles If your IIS logs are not stored in the default location, follow these directions below to look up where they are currently being stored. We also have directions below for Azure App Services & Cloud Services. Where Are …

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Fewzion: “Using Stackify we identify application performance issues earlier and solve them faster. ”

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Australian work management software company Fewzion has become the latest international business to implement Stackify’s unique all-in-one application performance management  and error and log management solution. By utilizing Stackify’s application error and log management software, the team at Fewzion can now proactively identify and fix any system issue within their suite of work management tools before the end-users even notice. …

SQL Azure Elastic Pool

SQL Azure Elastic Pool – Product Review

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources, Insights for Dev Managers Leave a Comment

At Stackify, we have about 1,000 SQL Azure databases. Monitoring, managing, and right sizing these databases creates a unique set of challenges. For security and scalability, each of our clients has their own database. As you can imagine, each client is in a different sizes and we have wildly different performance characteristics from one databases to another. We are excited …

Log tagging

Log tagging creates smarter application logs #awesomelogs

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How many combined log statements do your applications and infrastructure produce in a day? 50,000? Over a million? Here at Stackify, our applications generate around 100 million log entries every day. Even after feeding them into Stackify’s powerful log management and filtering tools, it can be difficult to distill things down into meaningful, actionable diagnostics with an incredibly high volume …

GeeksWithBlog log

How GWB Found Hidden Exceptions and Application Performance Problems

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  Exceptions in .NET can be very expensive when it comes to CPU cycles. Read how Geeks with Blogs (http://geekswithblogs.net) used Retrace to improve the performance of their application. About Geeks with Blogs (GWB) Thousands of software developers use Geeks with Blogs (GWB) to host their own personal blog. The code base has slowly morphed and has been modified by several developers over …

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How to future-proof your app to prevent performance issues

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When John F. Kennedy said that “the time to repair the roof is while the sun is shining” in his State of the Union address, application development was probably the last thing on his mind. Yet his notion of preparing in advance to pre-empt tough times is something that can certainly be applied to the world of app development. As …

PHP Log

PHP Logging Best Practices

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Intro With our most recent release, we’re excited to announce we have added enhanced the support in our Stackify Errors & Logs product for apps written in PHP. Our recent release includes a direct logging API for PHP, enhanced support for the Monolog and log4php logging frameworks via Stackify-specific handlers/appenders, and an agent collector model that delivers fast performance for …

Application troubleshooting market research

52% of application issues took over half a day to fix – market research

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

Stackify’s Application Troubleshooting Survey Reveals Integrated Tools Lead to Significant Response Time Improvements. 37% of developers rely on user notifications to identify issues, yet integrated tools reduce customer impact by 62%   Embed Our Infographic On Your Site! <img src=”http://www.stackify.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/igillath7.png” alt=”Application troubleshooting infographic – An Infographic from Stackify” width=”100%”/><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>Embedded from <a …

Make sense

3 Ways to Make Sense of Errors & Logging

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Errors and log files are two of the most important tools a developer have to try and find the source of a problem.  If you’re like most developers, your approach to capturing and utilizing errors and logs is fairly straightforward. You probably send log output to a file or a log aggregation product. You may notify on the occurrence of …

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Stackify Unveils a Revolutionary Smart Error and Log Management Solution

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We are happy to announce the release of the new Error and Log Management (SmartELM) solution – unifying two product categories and expediting time to resolution. Stackify’s SmartELM solution provides the first of its kind integrated error tracking and logging management solution that allows application developers and DevOps teams to easily discover application issues and fix them before their customers are affected. …