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 ...
SpeedTrace Pro 4.5.39 provides an updated Resharper tracing addin to support the upcoming Resharper 8 version. The addin an example on how to integrate SpeedTrace in other products like Resharper using the test automation API which provides tracing and analysis functionality.
The source code for the Resharper addin which is built on the recording API is included within your SpeedTrace installation. Should you be interested in further information, please ...
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:
Alois Kraus, a .Net enthusiast, performance expert and interesting blog writer recently reviewed SpeedTrace Pro in his blog the other day. Since it poignantly displays SpeedTrace Pro’s competitive edge, we would like to share it with you: geekswithblogs.net
SpeedTrace Pro tutorial
Jon Shoeberg, senior architect, software engineer and consultant, even wrote a Youtube tutorial elegantly showing how easily you can sift out conclusive results for bug-trapping and improving app performance:
If you want to improve your user experience, scenario startup times need to be optimized to provide best possible performance.
How do we optimize startup performance?
Besides eliminating causes of bottlenecks induced by poor software algorithms affecting application startup, we need to also provide the best infrastructure for our software to run. The key task then is to provide proper software deployment. Before .Net software can run on the CPU, .Net assemblies must be translated from IL to native code. So we ...