24 Apr '13, 2pm

Instrumenting Ruby on Rails with TraceView in under 10 minutes

Instrumenting Ruby on Rails with TraceView in under 10 minutes Posted by pglombardo on April 23, 2013 — 0 comments Setting up TraceView for Ruby in under 10 minutes. TraceView provides Ruby application performance monitoring including browser pageloads, memcache-client, memcached, Dalli, Mongo, Moped, Mongoid, MongoMapper, Cassandra, ActiveRecord (Postgres, Mysql, Mysql2) plus more. Most recently we added support for Rack and Resque tracing.

Full article: http://www.rubyflow.com/items/9212-instrumenting-ruby-on-...

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