Version 1.7.11 of the open-source APM tool inspectIT introduced the support for remote tracing based on HTTP and JMS communication. inspectIT based the tracing functionality […]

Performing load tests on a regular basis is a vital requirement to prevent performance regressions when changing a system. However, manually building the system, deploying […]

Häufig kommt die Frage auf, wie sich Qualitätssicherungsmaßnahmen (z.B. Performance Regression Testing oder Load Testing) im Hinblick auf Performance (z.B. Antwortzeit eines Dienstaufrufs oder den […]

Last month we released the brand new inspectIT version 1.6.9 with a lot of new features, for example the new configuration interface and a JMX extension […]

Recently, we released the inspectIT version 1.6.9 which introduced some brand-new features and improvements. For that reason, we published a series of articles in the […]

On July 15, 2016 a new stable version of the open-source Application Performance Management (APM) tool inspectIT has been released.  With about two years of […]

The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) is a non-profit corporation developing and maintaining benchmarks for evaluating the performance of computers. The SPEC Research Group is […]

Few months ago my college Alexander Wert and I were helping one client from the banking sector to improve the performance on their newly deployed web […]

Hey everyone, In this blog post I want to share my experiences of this years JavaOne conference at San Francisco. I try to summarize the […]

After months of hard work we’ve finally reached our long-term goal to put inspectIT – our powerful software for monitoring and analyzing the performance of software […]

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