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Announcing Redwood: Spotlight-like search for your web apps

BY Doug Breaker

Our knowledge at Scout is spread across web apps: Gmail, Basecamp, Delicious, Dropbox, and more. It’s become more cumbersome to find information as our pile of content has grown. We saw two options: devote more time to organizing our information or make it easier to search through it. Spending more ...

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Moving from FiveRuns to Scout

BY Doug Breaker

As FiveRuns posted on their blog they have announced End-of-Life for FiveRuns Manage. We have made arrangements with FiveRuns to ease the transition for customers who still need a robust, easy-to-use monitoring solution. For current Fiveruns customers, we are offering 50% off your first paid month here with Scout . ...

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Rackspace & Scout Webinar - Monitoring in the Cloud

BY Doug Breaker

A couple of months back when we announced our partnership with the Rackspace Cloud I mentioned that 1 of 5 hosts monitored by Scout is in the cloud. Monitoring in a cloud environment brings some unique challenges. On Thursday, January 21st at 1pm Central I’ll be leading a webinar with ...

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There's Scout in my Safari

BY Doug Breaker

The smart folks over at Rails Machine are always quick on the draw. Still, we were impressed when developers Will Farrington and Mike Skalnik had a working Safari 5 extension for Scout within 24 hours after Safari 5 extensions were announced. I pinged Will for the scoop: What does the ...

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Notification Schedules and PagerDuty

BY Doug Breaker

Whenever we’re asked how to make on-call notification schedules for Scout alerts, we recommend PagerDuty . PagerDuty has invested a ton of time in building a dedicated notification scheduling service, and it’s a great complement to Scout. With our recent release of notification groups , Scout’s integration with PagerDuty got ...

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The year at Scout - 2014 edition

BY Doug Breaker

2014 was a year of major updates to Scout. Some stats on what's been a fun year: Product Highlights Scout Realtime - In January , we released our open-source standalone realtime monitoring agent. Scout Realtime was the second most popular repository on Github during its release week (trailing Popcorn - ...

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StatsD update to docker-scout

BY Doug Breaker

We've all been exploring Docker lately, and back in March, we published Monitoring Docker with docker-scout with how to get started with Scout and Docker. Today, we are excited to announce that we updated this container to include StatsD. Just like in our previous post, Rails App Monitoring (APM) with ...

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Docker ETP Program

BY Doug Breaker

Our friends at Docker today announced that we are part of their new ETP (Ecosystem Technology Partner) program. We couldn't be more excited! Docker has done a great job of creating an API that allows anybody to track performance metrics, container events and metadata about their containers. What we've done ...

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Order your Scout cycling kit

BY Doug Breaker

We're big fans of the outdoors - and cycling - at Scout. I'm excited to announce Scout is the title sponsor for a development team in our home base of Fort Collins, Colorado . It's a super talented team you'll find all over North America in 2016. We'll have more ...

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Product Update: enhanced zoom, 95th percentiles, trace diffs, and more.

BY Doug Breaker

Today we're excited to announce the release of our latest Ruby on Rails monitoring agent and a major UI update. This release continues our focus on quickly revealing your path to a faster, more reliable Rails app. Enhanced zoom Determining how to make your Rails app faster often involves investigating ...

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