Monthly Archives: August 2019

FusionReactor is Enlightening


“enlightening!” What do you like best? ability to quickly identify issues quickly historical logs and trends using powerful graphing tools What do you dislike? having to install and manage agent updates (although it is relatively easy) What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized? finding errors in applications find slow […]

Mandatory Tool for ColdFusion


“Mandatory Tool for ColdFusion” What do you like best? The metrics that FusionReactor provides are by far the most used feature. The ability to drill down and find out specific memory or database issues is invaluable. What do you dislike? Could use some additional visualizations. Recommendations to others considering the product: Test it out and […]

Has the technology to monitor performance level at a high level working to debug issues working against software


What do you like best? Has the technology to monitor performance level at a high level working to debug issues working against software. What do you dislike? Software shows some grey areas in reference to processing time for performance to complete its initial check. Recommendations to others considering the product: N/A What problems are you […]

Maven Surefire Stack Trace Problem


For some months we have been having problems with maven-surefire-plugin showing very strange exception stack traces. After some searching, I found out that maven-surefire-plugin has a trimStackTrace configuration option which is set to true by default. See http://maven.apache.org/surefire/maven-surefire-plugin/test-mojo.html#trimStackTrace I have no idea who thought that removing part of the stack trace would be a good […]

Asynchronous Transactions


FusionReactor is able to track asynchronous requests made with several different libraries, examples of which include: Redisson MongoDB Kafka Java Clients OkHttp Apache HttpClient How FusionReactor Displays this Information The response to the asynchronous request is tracked with ‘Callback’ as the subflavour. This is attached as a linked transaction (indicated by the small linked chain […]

Great Java performance monitoring tool


Automated Root Cause Analysis. Provide deep level insight (source code, scope variables, stack traces) whenever a problem, such as an exception or thread latency occurs. Snapshots are triggered automatically. What do you dislike? I do not like the Enterprise Dashboard, for monitoring multiple servers in a single window Recommendations to others considering the product: Great […]

FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting


FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting “FusionReactor Is Perfect for CFML Troubleshooting” What do you like best? Being able to troubleshoot long-running web requests and SQL queries. Having access to the actual SQL that was generated is extremely helpful in diagnosing problems. Finally, enabling code test coverage is a fantastic edition for developers! What do […]