New home for DripStat Documentation

We will be moving all our documentation to: https://docs.dripstat.com While, the site is woefully incomplete for now, expect a ton of activity there soon. This will be a central location for all documentation for the DripStat platform.…

Introducing DripStat NodeJS APM Beta

The NodeJS APM has been the number 1 request from our users. We are glad to bring it to you today! The DripStat NodeJS APM will offer the same extreme amount of fidelity as our Java APM and it is also a similar one line install. Just do npm install…

Introducing Inventory Management

How your system is configured can have a big impact on its performance. Today we are launching the 'Inventory' feature in DripStat to give you an unprecedented level of detail into your infastructure's inventory. The Inventory tab in DripStat helps you answer questions like: What versions of the Linux Kernel…

Introducing DripStat Changelog

We are constantly improving DripStat. However, not every update deserves a full blog post. Due to this, it may seem at times that not much is happening. Thus we are introducing the DripStat Changelog page. This changelog is here to improve that very important part of the communication between you…

DripStat Spring 2018 RoadMap

We have a ton of new things coming to the DripStat Platform this quarter. That includes 2 brand new products and huge updates to existing products. 2 New Products 1. Browser Monitoring Measure your frontend performance. From Single Page Apps (SPA) to static pages, get deep insights on the load…

First look at Bloomberg's amazing Comdb2

The following is the result of our engineering team's internal evaluation of Comdb2. It is not an official endorsement/disapproval of any database mentioned here. Most new databases we come across are built by startups. They are typically not mature. Comdb2 is a different beast. Bloomberg has been using Comdb2…

Making UX neater

As we continue to add more functionality to DripStat, its time to clean up the UI. As first step, today we are moving the 'Cross-App' sections to a tab of their own. Old New Look out for tons of new features coming later this month!…

Using ES6 with Webpack 3 in production

If you try generating ES6 code with Typescript or Babel and using Webpack to package it in production mode (webpack -p), you may get an error like this: ERROR in bundle.e65c521704a601f16148.js from UglifyJs Unexpected token: name (extends) [bundle.e65c521704a601f16148.js:1,57374] Why does this happen? The root…

Per Server Alerts now available!

Its finally here. Now you can set alerts on your Servers! This was highly a requested feature and we are glad to finally release it. With DripStat's 100% FREE Server Monitoring, you now have no reason to keep any Server Un-Monitored!…

More Detailed Per JVM Alerts

Now you can add per JVM alerts for Response Time Throughput Error Rate This is in addition to alerts for High GC and High Heap Usage that were already available.…