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.
This is LeanSentry’s first TechEd event, and first major conference really. Day 1 is starting now, and we are super excited to show off leansentry/talk to everyone. If you are there, definitely come by and check us out. We are in booth 2417/2419!
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…]
We finally did it. LeanSentry now automatically detects and diagnoses IIS and ASP.NET hangs!
Are you going to TechEd this year? Be sure to come see us, and get some awesome stuff – including an exclusive LeanSentry discount, and a chance to win a Microsoft Surface! We’ve been working hard to to bring better monitoring and production troubleshooting to IIS/ASP.NET apps. But, we really do have some amazing new … [Read more…]
Its been a big month for LeanSentry! We’ve released several big features to help make supporting and troubleshooting IIS/ASP.NET apps way easier, including smart alerts, automatic error highlighting, server diagnostics, and more. Read on for the juicy details.
How do you know if your website is running slowly? Using the common metric of Average Response Time turns out to be a terrible idea.
These are the reasons why, and how we resolved this problem for LeanSentry …
We’ve spent the last 5 years helping our clients build better websites on the Microsoft web platform. Eventually we got sick of logging into servers to debug IIS problems with appcmd, EventLog, windbg, and logparser.
So we built LeanSentry, a realtime diagnostic service for web applications on the Microsoft web platform …
We recently went through upgrading www.leansentry.com to the Windows Azure SDK version 1.7, and definitely hit a fair share of problems with building and publishing afterwards. It was a somewhat painful process taking me deep into the night, and I figured I’ll share some of the things I learned along the way to make it … [Read more…]
At LeanSentry, we use Windows Azure heavily to scale out our extensive data collection and diagnostic data processing. Just like anyone else, we have our fair share of difficulties with deploying and configuring our web roles, esp. when it comes to more advanced configuration. As a result, we often rely on startup tasks to … [Read more…]