Graham Dumpleton

Python for the Enterprise: Holy Grail or Flying Circus? Here’s what we think

Last month, Linux Journal announced its Readers’ Choice Award winners for 2011. Year-end lists like these always have a tendency to spark strong reactions, so it’s no surprise to find some passionate debate about several of the Journal’s choices. But there was one award that no one seemed to dispute. For the third time, Python…

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Monitoring Python on Django: Optimizing for Page Not Found

Do you do load testing and benchmarking of your site before deploying it to production? One hopes that you do, but what URLs are you testing? Do you only test valid URLs? Do you test URLs which you know will fail? Having access to data being reported from a large variety of different applications, here…

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Did someone say they wanted New Relic for Python? The public beta is here…

We’ve been excited about releasing a Python agent for a long time. (Ever since Graham joined New Relic, in fact). Not only does this capability round out our offering, which also includes support for Ruby, PHP, Java, and .NET; but it also meets an overwhelming demand for application monitoring on Python and associated platforms like…

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