A Brilliant App Optimization/Monitoring Tool – New Relic!

Almost 24 hours ago, one of my friend referred to me an interesting offer from ‘tutplus’


It seems Tutplus either affiliated or owned a new App optimization tool named “New Relic”. My primary objective was of course to get the free Tut+ Premium for a year and the Nerd T-shirt, and whats hard in deploying a PHP App Monitoring tool in one of the server! So I started.

The deployment of the tools are fairly easy. I am not really in the Mobile App thing, so I had chosen the PHP Web App monitoring tool. The deployment is well instructed. Its a RPM based installer for RHEL based releases, pretty clean and simple. Once the installation was done, it added a shared object in my PHP interpreter and started grabbing data. Out of a surprise, I started seeing details that are really cool. Things like “Errors” and “Stack Trace” are the finest invention of this tool. The Stack trace gives you reports like “strace” which is my favorite tool of linux debugging facility. The basic advantage of this feature in New Relic is, it saves the data and post you as a token in the dashboard of new relic. Now, isn’t it brilliant? I sorted almost 23 major bugs in client’s account since I have installed the monitor. Database monitoring also includes some exceptional features that are not usually available in App Monitoring/Optimizations tools I had used before.

Unfortunately, the tool is free for 2 weeks. Since then, the “Pro” version comes with 150$ a month per host. The price is certainly high, but the result is truly amazing, looking at the features and performance of the tool.

At the end of all, I had my Tut+ premium for one year for free of charge and a nerd T-shirt on the way to my home 😀

If you haven’t tried it, you can try it now. If you are an android developer, you can add the code in your app, and monitor your App for 14 days for free, and get a Tut+ premium for free for a year.

Just for a record, I am not affiliated with neither Tut+ nor New Relic. The link should not contain any affiliate url.

Happy troubleshooting!

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