Stackify Retrace is a cloud based solution that fully integrates application performance tools with metrics error tracking and log management. Retrace is not only an APM , but it also helps better diagnose issues with your app. Developers and dev teams can easily monitor, detect and resolve application issues with Retrace, before they affect the business to ensure a better end user experience.
Uou can easily understand your application behavior at every level: request URLs, method calls, database queries, cache, etc as well as to tie errors and logs together to expedite troubleshooting and reduce time to resolution. Now you can detect fast and effectively the source of an application issue resolve it and understand why your application doesn’t work, work slow or just hurting your users' satisfaction.
Stackify offers the only developer-friendly cloud-based solution that fully integrates application performance management (APM) with error and logging. Retrace APM allows developers to easily monitor, detect and resolve application issues before they affect the business to ensure a better end user experience. Our goal is to help developers understand every millisecond spent in their code.
- Code-level performance tracking
- App performance reporting & dashboards
- Server & application metrics
- Log searching and monitoring
- Error tracking & monitoring
- Alerts & notifications
- 30 day retention for detail data
- 1,000 errors/logs per device per min
- Language support for .Net, PHP, and Java monitoring.
Traditionally APM products have been too expensive to use in QA environments. We would argue that they are needed there the most to prefix problems before they get to production. The best time to find and prevent software problems is while writing the code. Stackify's Prefix tool is a developer’s best friend for this. Prefix is a lightweight profiler that runs on developer’s workstations to give them details code level tracing. The same visibility they can get in production with Retrace, but instead, they can get it on their workstation