Thursday, October 10, 2013

Major Release for Red Samurai Performance Audit Tool v 2.0

New major release for our Red Samurai Performance Audit Tool is published early this week. Current update contains many new graphs, providing lots of insight statistics for ADF BC performance and user access.

We are using this tool in every project we run, this really helps to optimize ADF BC and overall ADF application performance. Little bit about history of this tool. First release was developed in August, 2012 - Red Samurai Performance Audit Tool - Runtime Diagnosis for ADF Applications. There was update v 1.1 published this year, just before OOW - Red Samurai Performance Audit Tool - OOW 2013 release (v 1.1). Update v 1.1 included such statistical information as overall transactions and queries going through ADF BC, as well as user access.

One of the highlights of current update v 2.0 - use of ADF gauge components to visually display each AM performance. We display slow query performance in seconds for minimum, average and maximum slow query processing times:


There is visual drill down functionality implemented, to provide option to select AM name and review problematic VO instance ordered by issue occurrences or by processing time. This helps to understand directly, which VO is slow and saves time in fixing:

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Andrejus

It was great to apply the Audit tool today in our project. After quick and easy setup we performed series of tests and identified project's pitfalls for improvement. Thank you!

Nikolay

alex_ssr said...

Hi Andrejus,

where and how to get trial version of this tool?
Thanks Alexander

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Hi,

This tool is available for red samurai customers only, or prospective customers. You can contact me by email, for more details.

Andrejus

Anonymous said...

Still not public :-)

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

We don't have plans to have it public. We keep it free, but only to existing or customers or people who would describe performance problem in their application and prove they really need such audit.

Regards,
Andrejus