Monthly Archives: June 2011
Did someone tell you you are awesome today? No? Go ahead and install Google Chrome on your colleague’s computer (assuming you’ve already installed it on yours): PS. Just thought to mention this for those of us who are constantly bullied … Continue reading
t is sometimes difficult to ignore the desire to start monitoring just everything. It’s the easiest approach, and it can be implemented quickly. Just add “all namespaces”, add some of the system namespaces on top of that, and you’ll get enough details to satisfy any development team. The problem is that you’ll probably render your application unusable by doing that since users will have to spend minutes for what they could do in a just few seconds before that. Continue reading
AVIcode is a relatively simple product when it comes to the installation. Being installed in the default configuration, it can identify performance/exception violations in the.NET applications that even developers might not be aware about. However, to identify an issue and to provide enough details about it are two completely different stories. Continue reading
Reporting services must be configured prior to installing AVIcode Advisor. That’s because AVIcode Advisor relies on the SQL Reporting Services when it comes to the reports. However, it’s not unusual that reporting services are not really configured in the customer … Continue reading
Here is a short video that demonstrates handled exceptions data collection in AVIcode: See it at youtube
From a certain standpoint, AVIcode brings Devops practices. There is no way to implement AVIcode successfully if operations team is isolated from the development team. And, if you look at it from a different perspective, AVIcode is much easier to implement in those organizations where Devops approach has been adopted already.