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  • DBmarlin 1.4.0 released
    on 23/04/2021 at 12:23

    After another month of innovation and bug squashing, we’re pleased to release DBmarlin 1.4. This version includes new features to help you with database and host monitoring. Download DBmarli...

  • Scott Moore Goes Fishing for Database Issues
    on 05/04/2021 at 05:17

    In season 3, episode 1 of The Performance Tour, Scott Moore (Scott Moore Consulting LLC) goes fishing for database issues and fixes them with DBmarlin. Scott is a well known performance engineer an...

  • DBmarlin First Year Anniversary
    on 16/03/2021 at 01:43

    February 2020 will always stick in my mind for two main reasons. The first is that I attended the excellent Instana conference held at the Hotel Dubrovnik Palace in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik...

  • DBmarlin 1.3.0 released featuring time comparison reports
    on 11/03/2021 at 10:26

    We are really excited to bring you the next great release of DBmarlin, that adds our innovative new time comparison reporting to help everyone from load testers to DBAs. Comparing against previous...

  • Our commitment to customers during the COVID-19 crisis
    on 20/03/2020 at 08:05

    Dear Customers and Partners, we want to take a moment to share with you the approach that we are taking to support our staff, customers, partners, and community during this unprecedented event. A...

  • Why we moved our blog from WordPress to Jekyll
    on 15/01/2020 at 13:13

    Last year we made the decision to move both our blogs (blog.applicationperformance.com and blog.webtuna.com) to a Jekyll generated static site. Static sites are in fashion right now because they ar...

  • WebTuna August 2019 release
    on 10/08/2019 at 11:19

    It has been a little while since our last release, and our new release now collects all the resource timing information that modern browsers provide. This includes images, style-sheets etc, as well...

  • What is RUM, and how does it differ to Synthetics?
    on 15/03/2019 at 11:19

    When you start looking into web performance and monitoring, you are bound to come across several words and acronyms; EUM (End User Monitoring), Synthetic Monitoring and RUM (Real User Monitoring). ...

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