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"The solution is quite expensive. It costs around $5,000 a month. There aren't any additional costs above that."
"This is an expensive product."
After one too many unexpected late night code fires, we went searching for a set of application performance management tools to help us put an end to it. What we found told us what was broken, but lacked the ability to tell us why our applications failed, or how to maintain them and prevent the potential dumpster fire. So, we built Retrace to do exactly that. From pre-production to deployment, it is our belief that when our 1300+ customers spend less time fighting technology they spend more time releasing it, and those new applications make the world a better place for all of us.
Stackify Retrace provides application performance management across your entire stack. Coupled with aggregated logs from common logging frameworks, find every exception in your code. Retrace your code with lightweight code profiling and track and monitor all key application and server metrics.
New Relic Browser is ranked 36th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews while Stackify is ranked 45th in Application Performance Management (APM). New Relic Browser is rated 7.0, while Stackify is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of New Relic Browser writes "Stable and scalable but does not provide input regarding page performance". On the other hand, New Relic Browser is most compared with Elastic APM, New Relic APM, Datadog, Akamai mPulse and IBM Application Performance Management, whereas Stackify is most compared with Dynatrace, ELK Logstash, New Relic APM, AppDynamics and Splunk.
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