Hi everybody,

This is our last update before the holiday season!

Introducing the Ruxit leadership team

We’ve just published our leadership bios page, so now you can see a few of the faces behind Ruxit. Stop by and say hello.

Release update: Smart auto-analysis of JavaScript errors

The challenging thing about JavaScript errors is that they occur in customers’ browsers and there are often so many of them that it can be difficult to see the forest for the trees. Because we build web applications ourselves here at Ruxit, we decided to do something about this.

We’re proud to announce that we’ve built the easiest and most powerful means of analyzing JavaScript errors. We can now show you JavaScript errors at an unmatched level of detail. Was it a mouse click or a timer event that caused the error? Maybe it was a swipe action on a touch display? In the past you couldn’t have answered such questions, but now you can with Ruxit.

Read more about these real user monitoring enhancements.

Five easy steps to optimizing your database performance

Since our launch a few months ago, we have had the chance to learn a lot from your feedback. We noticed that database performance is a major bottleneck in many of your environments. That’s why we compiled these five easy steps to optimizing database performance.
Just five steps, you ask? Yes! It’s really as simple as that!

About VMware vMotion events

Despite the similarities, monitoring virtual machines is quite different from monitoring physical machines. We have assembled some guidelines that explain what you gain from monitoring virtual hosts with Ruxit.

That’s it for now! Thanks for reading. Looking forward to a great 2015 for all of us!

Martin

– Developer Advocate