Since its release, Airbrake Performance Monitoring has released support for Rails, Node.js, Golang, and Python. Now we’re thrilled to announce Airbrake Performance Monitoring for Java!
A Quick Overview of Airbrake Performance Monitoring
Airbrake Performance Monitoring is a set of lightweight tools designed for developers to see how code is performing in production and how it impacts users. You can view your application’s health at a glance via trend cards that show Apdex Score, Requests, Request Rate, Response Time, and Failure Rate. That means you’ll be able to quickly see the health of your application, as well as:
Quantify user satisfaction
Catch problem or error-prone routes
Narrow in on HTTP error requests
Analyze SQL database queries
Track background job performance, failures, and duration
Combine these tools with Airbrake Error Monitoring, and you’ll be able to correlate errors with performance, perfect for prioritizing which errors you need to fix first.
Setting Up Airbrake Performance Monitoring for Java
Setting up Airbrake Performance Monitoring for your Java application is simple. All you need to do is configure the API to send route stats, route breakdowns, query stats, and queue stats to Airbrake.
Head over to the docs page for the complete how-to on setting up Airbrake Performance Monitoring for Java. Once configured, your Airbrake Performance Monitoring dashboard will start populating with key performance metrics. Plus, we’re throwing in 50,000 free performance events to get you started.
Have questions, concerns, or suggestions? Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have the Airbrake Dev Community, where you can ask for additional help.