Apps that use `Module#prepend` on a method that the Ruby agent later puts an `alias_method` on can generate `stack level too deep` errors. Here’s what to do about it.Continue Reading
New Relic’s thread profiler gives you X-ray vision into your code, allowing you to see inside uninstrumented, black-box transactions.Continue Reading
New Relic’s Apdex feature allows you to specify a performance threshold for your application, but what if you have individual transactions that should be significantly faster than the overall application?Continue Reading
Watch a video tutorial from New Relic University to learn how to troubleshoot performance problems in your mobile applications.Continue Reading
There’s no doubt that the web performance community is stronger than ever and that it’s made up by some truly brilliant people. Take a look at our favorite #webperf post of 2013 (so far!) and let us know what we’ve missed in the comments below. General 15 Web Performance Nightmares and the Damage they Caused…Continue Reading
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There are a number of options for deploying your web applications. However, deploying scalable web apps can bring some unique complexities. You may be solving some of these complexities yourself by putting together an infrastructure on AWS. But with Elastic Beanstalk you can get a complete scalable solution without configuring all of the components yourself.…Continue Reading