SpringOne 2GX is the premier conference for developers looking to get the most out of technologies such as the Spring Framework, Grails, and Cloud Foundry. This year, the conference will be held at the Santa Clara Hyatt Regency, September 9 – 12. New Relic is a gold sponsor and will be there in force!
If you work with the Spring Framework, you know what a huge set of common concerns it covers, such as building rich-client web apps, mobile apps, RESTful services, data access bridges, security, and integration with social media and back-end enterprise systems.
New Relic provides great support for monitoring Spring-based applications, including monitoring of Spring MVC web requests, related technologies such as Hibernate and Quartz, and database calls. With the Java Agent 3.0 release, we also monitor calls to core Spring beans.
By plugging New Relic into your favorite app server, you can see your Spring web requests organized by controller method. In the New Relic UI, you immediately see summary data about which web requests are called most often, where they’re spending their time, and overall throughput and response time. We provide you with detailed visibility into the performance of your web applications so you can very quickly find, diagnose and fix those pesky performance issues before your customers feel the pain. By monitoring your production apps over time, you can catch new problems as they come up, as well as slow degradation.
In the same UI, you can also monitor your iOS and Android mobile apps, along with you your instances of vFabric Web Server, RabbitMQ, Redis, MongoDB, leading SQL databases, and others with plugins from the New Relic Platform.
Here Comes Troubleshooting!
Are you going to SpringOne? Join New Relic’s Ashley Puls for her session Troubleshooting Live Java Web Applications on Wednesday, September 11 from 10:30am to 12:00pm in the Hyatt Magnolia Room. She will take you on a whirlwind tour of tools and techniques you can use to diagnose and resolve application performance issues for applications running on the JVM. The tools range from commercial products to great resources that come with the JDK.
Stop on By
New Relic engineers will be on hand in the Sponsor Space in the Hyatt lobby. We’d love to talk to you about your application performance challenges and how we can provide deeper visibility into what’s going on with your production web applications, mobile applications, and web APIs. Can’t wait? You can create a free account, install the agent, and enable performance monitoring for your application in just minutes.
Did we mention we’re hiring? New Relic is a truly awesome place to work, and we love to talk to talented folks who would like to become part of the New Relic team.