Acquia, the enterprise guide to Drupal, recently selected AppNeta's TraceView Application Performance Management solution to improve and optimize Drupal’s Web application speed and performance.
AppNeta is a premier provider of cloud-delivered services for performance management. Leveraging its TraceView solution, Web developers in the Acquia Network will receive unmatched visibility and detailed, actionable data, which will help keep their Drupal applications running at peak performance.
The TraceView solution is easy to install and will make application monitoring easy and affordable.
“We are excited to partner with AppNeta to provide Acquia Network & Acquia Cloud customers with a powerful tool to manage the performance of their Drupal applications,” Peter Guagenti, vice president of Products at Acquia, said in a statement. “Site and application performance has a clear and measurable impact on your business. With TraceView’s Full-stack Application Tracing technology, we can offer our customers the monitoring and deep visibility they need to optimize their sites. It is a must-have tool for all Drupal developers.”
TraceView will provide developers with deep visibility from the end users’ browsers, across application modules and into the database and servers.
Acquia Network users, with the help of the solution, will be provided with critical application performance monitoring, real data visualization and analysis and proactive error reporting and alerting.
All this will allow users to pinpoint and resolve problems quickly.
“This is an ideal partnership, bringing together Acquia’s expert website hosting platform with AppNeta’s TraceView solution designed for Web developers building and managing Web applications,” said John Vigeant, president of APM (News - Alert) Division, AppNeta. “Our growing developer community recently built a custom Drupal module that gathers enhanced, actionable Drupal details in TraceView.”
In related TMC (News - Alert) news, AppNeta has unveiled a new Internet speed testing tool called SpeedCheckr, expected to help resolve performance-related issues more quickly and accurately.
Edited by Braden Becker