Finding Hidden Exceptions in Your Application with Prefix

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Prefix enables developers to easily see what their code is doing as they write and test their code, including SQL queries, HTTP calls, errors, logs, and much more. One of the best features of Prefix is its ability to see all of the exceptions that are occurring in your code. There are 3 types of exceptions: Unhandled – the user got a …

Trace remote HTTP calls with Prefix

How to Use Prefix to Troubleshoot Remote HTTP Calls

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Prefix enables to developers to easily see what their code is doing. Including SQL calls, errors, logs, and much more. One of the key features is tracking remote HTTP calls to know if they worked, how long they took, etc. Viewing what the code did on a remote server takes it one step further to simplify the daily life of …

What’s new for Retrace v4 for .NET

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After months of hard work, we are excited to be releasing v4.0 of our .NET agent. The last major update v3.0, came out 6 months ago. This release has several major changes you should be aware of plus some exciting new features. Speed, baby, speed! Most importantly, we have spent many days doing nothing but optimizing the performance overhead of …

How to use Prefix to profile your own custom code

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Today’s desktops and servers are amazingly fast. For most developers and apps, their actual code takes nearly ZERO time to execute. Almost all of the time is spent executing a database query, connecting to web service, etc. This is also why asynchronous programming is so important and has become so popular. Our goal with Prefix and the Stackify APM is …

Stackify now supports SAML based SSO

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You asked for it, and we listened; now Stackify is pleased to introduce single sign-on capabilities. Starting now, if you have a SAML 2.0 compliant identity provider (IdP), you may configure your Stackify account to enable IdP-initiated SSO. Our overview article will walk you through the few simple steps to get started. For those new to single sign-on, SSO describes the ability …

Our Shiny New Object is Out—App Developers are Loving It!

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  Developers are loving Prefix, our hot new app. In fact, tech superstar Scott Hanselman emailed us after checking it out and said, “this is hot!” So, there you go. Stackify hosted two live web events and within hours we had hundreds of new users. If you haven’t seen it, Prefix is a slick, super-profiling sidekick for .NET developers (Java is close behind). Prefix lets …

Big APM+ Update

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Just in time for the holidays! The newest version of Stackify has just been released! This is a big one. Updates include: General APM+ improvements, such as Goal Thresholds Azure Web Apps support New apps and server pages Mark errors as ignored New resource monitors For more information view the full release notes.  

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Open Sourcing Stackify Client Libraries (& updated NuGet packages)

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We’re happy to release something that a lot of our customers have asked about lately: we have open-sourced our client libraries for Smart Error & Log Management. They can be found here: https://github.com/stackify. Here are the projects that you will find in our repo, along with updated details and instructions for how to install and use our libraries: stackify-api-dotnet This contains …

Stackify Updates: Holidays Edition

Jason Taylor Stackify Product & Company Updates

Our elves have been hard at work and we have some great updates going in today, 12/21/2012. Some highlights below: Azure Support Enhancements Better role detection. Currently, Stackify will report the server name for any agent. For Azure roles, this translates to something like “RD00155D310862” which is not extremely useful. This update will still record that device name, but adds …