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Monitor Rails performance in real-time and for free

igorkasyanchuk profile image Igor Kasyanchuk ・1 min read

https://github.com/igorkasyanchuk/rails_performance

I've created a new gem to monitor the performance of RoR apps.
It's using Redis to store data. All are stored locally and not sent to 3rd party services.

Look forward to hearing your feedback.

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Andrew Mason • Edited

This is super slick. Just installed it on CodeFund (github.com/gitcoinco/code_fund_ads) and we really like it. Haven’t deployed it yet because we’d need to throttle the traffic sent to it (we get about 5mil requests a day I believe) or standup a new Redis instance for it but I think we are going to explore those avenues a bit. You may get some PR’s from me in the future 😄

Fantastic job on this - it’s really awesome.

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Igor Kasyanchuk Author

thank you :)
I think there are many things to improve and if you need ideas for PR - you can check TODO section in the readme.

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Andrew Mason

I’ll try to set you up with GitHub actions CI to run your tests if you’re interested. I can open an issue for us to discuss the merits of that or using CircleCI/Travis!

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Igor Kasyanchuk Author

sounds very good, I would prefer Github actions, since I'm already familiar with Travis. Thank you!