Devs don't want Ops' job—they want theirs to be easier.
Retrace works with most common app stacks and can even show things like which cache key is being used, names of queues, etc.
Retrace is easy to install and use; it just works. Today's dev teams need a solution that's SaaS-based and ready to scale, so we built one just for them.
Retrace enables developers to quickly find bugs and improve application performance on QA/test and production servers. Retrace provides developers with a solution specifically designed to give them the visibility, data, and actionable insights they want and need.
See more with less effort. Retrace offers a single pane of glass for code performance and metrics, including integrated errors, and logs.
Designed for Devs
Deeper Code Insights
Developer teams need access and visibility to code performance once it's deployed to a remote server or device.
Retrace helps rapidly improve app performance by providing developers with greater visibility and access to their code once it's been deployed to a server. It also connects to Prefix, closing the loop on the entire application lifecycle.
Retrace is like a magical developer map
How is Retrace different than traditional APMs?
Traditional APMs are like expensive traffic lights
What's the difference between:
They tell you if things are good, bad, or close to bad. But they fail at giving developers the details they need to really fix problems.
Retrace was designed for developers. Retrace tracks deep level details about your application to help find and fix problems quickly.
Retrace what your code is doing (or not doing).
For .NET & Java Web Apps
Above rates include several enterprise features, including:
• Single sign on via SAML
• Two Factor Authentication
• Granular security roles
Retrace is the server-based component in Stackify's code lifecycle toolbox for developers.
Retrace is bridging code performance data across environments worldwide.
No one will ever know these folks make mistakes. That's genius squared!
There are APM solutions—and then there are performance tools developers care about.
Is it safe to run APM on production servers?
How to track non-web transactions
Optimizing APM solutions for low overhead makes it safe for them to run on production servers. Retrace is optimized in a major way.
Check out these helpful posts to learn more:
Learn how to set up Retrace to track non web transactions with some minor code changes.
How GWB found hidden exceptions and more!
Exceptions in .NET can be very expensive when it comes to CPU cycles. Read how Geeks with Blogs used Retrace to improve app performance.