Hard to believe its been more than a year since my last post! I get a lot of “Hey Mike, what have you been up to?” email from this blog and the IIS troubleshooting newsletter, so I figured I should answer this question before getting back to business as usual. The short answer is, I’ve … [Read more…]
Want to learn how to troubleshoot IIS website hangs the way Microsoft developers do it? Check out the new IIS hang troubleshooting guide.
Production troubleshooting sucks. With LeanSentry, our vision has been to fix how IT and developers deal with production troubleshooting.
Today, this vision is getting even closer to being reality with automatic diagnostics for IIS website hangs, ASP.NET memory leaks, and many others.
Did you know there are 5 places where ASP.NET requests can become queued on an IIS server? Learn all about these queues, and how to identify the actual queued requests!
Having trouble finding that IIS or ASP.NET error in production? Learn to use these 4 server logs, and you will always find the error you are looking for.
If you could double your IIS/ASP.NET application performance by making just a few small tweaks, would you do it? Here are 3 high CPU problems for ASP.NET applications, that also happen to be easy to find and fix.
404 Not Found is the most common error for production web applications. Turns out, they can often signal real production problems! Read on to learn about 4 types of Not Found errors you should find and fix ASAP.
Last week, we attended TechEd 2013 in New Orleans, and showed off LeanSentry to a crowd of Microsoft IT folks and developers. The reception was awesome! Here is the wrapup.
LeanSentry is a big hit at TechEd so far! Everyone is loving the demos, and everyone loves the LeanSentry Robot. People are definitely excited about how easy it is to troubleshoot hangs with LeanSentry.
At LeanSentry, we are all real ASP.NET engineers. So often, we do very engineer-like things. Like building features that we ourselves want to use to run our own web applications. This week, we announced one such feature – an instant search for all the data LeanSentry collects. I am sorry, this feature is just absolutely … [Read more…]