Scout

Jun 2, 2018

Monitoring for the modern development team.

No developer ever said "I hope I get to spend all day hunting down a performance issue". When the unavoidable happens, The Scout platform is focused on finding the root cause of performance problems as quickly as possible.

Scout is monitoring for fast-moving dev teams like us. We leverage the tools that help us get big things done - Github, PaaS services, dynamic languages, frequent releases - to build a tailored monitoring platform for modern teams.

Scout continually tracks down N+1 database queries, sources of memory bloat, performance abnormalities, and more.

Get back to coding with Scout.

May 24, 2018   |  By Derek Haynes
Once your Rails app begins seeing consistent traffic, you're bound to have slow SQL queries. While PostgreSQL and MySQL can log slow queries, it's difficult to gleam actionable information from this raw stream. The slow query logs lack application context: where's the LOC generating the query?
Apr 30, 2018   |  By Derek Haynes
The Django ORM makes it easy to fetch data, but there's a downside: it's easy to write inefficient queries as the number of records in your database grows.
Apr 9, 2018   |  By Derek Haynes
Browser development tools - like Chrome Dev Tools - are vital for debugging client-side performance issues. However, server-side performance metrics have been outside the browser's reach.
Apr 5, 2018   |  By Derek Haynes
When New Relic launched ten years ago, web applications had a tendency to fail hard and in more obvious ways.