.NET Runtime Analyzer 4.6 Release Announcement

We are thrilled to announce the release of .NET Runtime Analyzer 4.6. The latest release is packed with powerful new features such as new Timeline Analysis functionality, enhanced performance analysis capabilities (Caller/Callee, Hotspot Contributors etc.), multi-session-support etc.

New Multi-Session Support

Simultaneously record multiple applications or processes, for instance to analyze webservers with different application pools, distributed applications or SOA-based architectures. Besides, the multi session support also allows to keep monitoring restarted applications.

New Timeline Analysis Capabilities

Context information is key to investigate complex ...

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.NET Runtime Analyzer 3.0 Release

We are excited to announce the release of the new diagnostics tool suite .NET Runtime Analyzer 3.0 which includes the following tools:

  • .NET Performance Sampling Profiler with line level granularity with support for managed/native code
  • Application Event Tracker traces interesting application events with data context (Network Traffic, File I/O, JIT-, GC-events, Thread activity, Locking…)
  • Exception Tracker provides trace and profile information of all managed/native exceptions
  • Memory Profiler pinpoints managed/unmanaged memory usage

 

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SpeedTrace Pro 4.5 feature highlights

This year has been quite a busy and successful one. We have been spreading out in a lot of directions – developing new tools, adding powerful functionality, enhancing user experience and optimizing instrumentation. Not to mention the excellent reviews we’ve been getting:

New powerful tools and components

In Version 4.5 we provide a set of new specialized tools and components to aid developers throughout the product lifecycle:

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SpeedTrace .NET Runtime Analyzer

The tool SpeedTrace JITAnalyzer was renamed to RuntimeAnalyzer due to its extended scope:

Startup-Optimizer: Regarding the base functionality, please refer to the following link

Extended base functionality

  • Attach to upcoming & already running processes: Attach to processes
    which are started outside the RuntimeAnalyzer tool
  • Open/Save Snapshot: The open operation views saved snapshots,
    the save operation stores the captured runtime information

Added Exception-Hunter: The built-in exception hunter shows all exceptions including time stamps, exception details and thread stacks. Each stack item contains line-level information to ...

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