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Introducing code-level visibility for Node.js

In an earlier blog post, I explained the problems that can result from omitting the Node.js environment variable NODE_ENV from your Express.js applications. That post explored how misconfigured environment variables can negatively affect…
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Using AI-Powered Monitoring to Quantify the Impact of Spectre & Meltdown Fixes/Patches

Last week, news began to leak out of some major flaws in common CPU architectures which could be used by the Spectre and Meltdown exploits.  There are plenty of articles describing the why and how these exploits work, what is not known…
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Now you can analyze Nginx CPU consumption!

November 4, 2016by Michael KoppDynatrace has long provided monitoring visibility into Nginx modules via the response time hotspots listing on each Nginx service page. Now you can access this hotspot data within the global CPU profiler where…
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Analyze CPU consumption of background threads

May 17, 2016by Michael KoppRuxit is proud to announce a brand new feature: Background activity analysis. Just select Background activity from the Ruxit menu to access it.Most applications consist of one or more services and process requests.…
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Code-level visibility for PHP now available

January 5, 2016by Michael KoppStarting with Agent v1.85, Ruxit offers code-level visibility for its PHP deep-monitoring support. Code-level visibility gives you insights into where your PHP code spends the most time and uses the most CPU. To…