Welcome back to Performance Matters. This week at Raygun, we've been busy launching the general availability of Ruby APM 🙌. Read all about how we're different from other APM players, and how we are redefining what APM should be for developers.
Read on for the latest update from the Chromium blog, how Slack's senior software engineers approach debugging complex systems, and David Hasselhof, Flavor Flav, and Carole Baskin help simplify DevOps.
Ruby APM now available in Raygun
We are thrilled to launch the next chapter in our ongoing support for Application Performance Monitoring: Ruby support for Raygun APM. Ruby teams can now get end-to-end monitoring with features like detailed trace transactions, dashboards, code execution, and more.
Chrome is deploying HTTP/3 and IETF and QUIC
The latest update to Google will bring some additional performance improvements to Chrome.
Tracing at Slack — Thinking in causal graphs
“Why is it slow?” is the hardest problem to debug in a complex distributed system like Slack.
A Facebook bug exposed anonymous admins of pages
A bad code update allowed anyone to easily reveal which accounts posted to Facebook Pages—including celebrities and politicians—for several hours.
Celebrities explain DevOps
David Hasselhof, Flavor Flav, and Carole Baskin help simplify AWS, Kubernetes, and Docker.
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