Our goal is simple: Build an awesome set of tools to help developers improve and monitor the performance of their applications. Below are some of the key problems that we can help with.
Our products are affordable
Retrace combines several tools in one
Your application has performance problems
You are in the right place. After a few minutes of installing Retrace you can quickly identify bottlenecks in the performance of your applications. Our proprietary App Score will help guide you as you make improvements.
Troubleshooting production problems takes too long
Your developers can troubleshoot issues pretty quickly if they have access to view their logs and do some performance profiling. Guess what? That is what Stackify Retrace does. We help developers quickly troubleshoot issues.
You are moving to the cloud
Things like Azure App Services, serverless apps and PaaS require a completely different kind of approach to monitoring. Stackify can help you monitor your applications and the dynamically changing infrastructure that they run on.
You want to ship code faster and more often
Deploying a new version of your code is stressful. The combination of Prefix and Retrace can help you identify problems before you push code to production. Our deep performance monitoring and error tracking will help you instantly spot performance issues after a production deployment. If you want to go fast and break things, we can help you break fewer things.
Software development is "shifting left" to DevOps & SRE
Developers are now more responsible for deployments and production monitoring than ever before. Our goal is to provide the perfect product for teams that embrace DevOps or site reliability engineering practices.
Explore Our Solutions
Our products are designed to help you monitor everything about your applications in one place.
Two Awesome Products
We have two amazing products that can help you improve the performance of your applications.
For your servers – $50 month per server
Developer friendly APM
For your workstation – free!
Lightweight web request profiler