We were curious, so we thought we would put together some stats for 2016, along with and a recap of some of the notable changes and progression. Enjoy!
General Exceptionless Stats
- Over 120,000,000 events processed
- 4716 users
- 3614 projects
- 2809 organizations
Bet You Didn’t Know Exceptionless Could Do This…
Have you ever needed to cut through the noise and just focus on one type of event (in real time), such as only error logs, to track down a bug?
Do you want to limit certain types of event reporting (in real time) to save your event quota and limit clutter?
What about controlling your application’s settings or features in real time via Exceptionless, without having to update your files and deploy your app!?
Well, with our client configuration settings, you can do all that, and more, in real time, on a per-project basis via your Exceptionless dashboard! (more…)
We always work hard to keep improving Exceptionless, and this release is no different!
Since the last release, we’ve put a lot of time into making the filtering and searching more user friendly and intuitive, improving the reliability of jobs, and of course fixing any bugs that you guys (or Exceptionless) have been able to find.
Let’s see what we’ve got going on, shall we? (more…)
If you thought Exceptionless was fast before, prepare to have your mind blown by what we’ve been able to do in version 3.1, which released today.
In short, we’ve reduced cpu and memory usage, increase caching efficiency, and sped up searching, all quite significantly as you’ll see below.
Along with these speed boosts, we’ve also made Job improvements (look for a blog post on this soon) and upgraded to .NET 4.6 (self-hosters, please install .NET 4.6 on your servers before upgrading).
Details on the release changes can be found below. (more…)
Through our adventures while building Exceptionless, we’ve kept open source, automation, and ease of use in mind. With that, we think our API, which utilizes Swagger and Swashbuckle to automatically generate, update, and display documentation (which means it works automatically on self-hosted environments), is a great resource for our users that want to get their hands dirty and use Exceptionless data to roll their own tools, dashboards, etc.
Lets take a closer look at the API, how to use it, and some quick examples of what can be done. (more…)
Since going open source, we’ve wanted to simplify the API and make it easier to work with.
We’re taking the time to do it now, and it’s going to be awesome!
Exceptionless 2.0, coming soon, will have a new, manageable API with tons of great documentation and examples. Take a look at the preliminary documentation at the below link, and make sure to give us any feedback you might have. (more…)
It may seem quiet in Exceptionless land, but the truth is we’ve been writing, and re-writing, more code than you can point a cursor at. If it weren’t a labor of love, our fingers would have mutinied long ago, but luckily they are in it for the long haul and are churning out some seriously sweet new features and rewrites.
Exceptionless 2.0 will include many of the feature requests that have come in since we launched, and will drastically expand on the current functionality. We know you’ll love it, so continue reading for a high level view of what’s coming in the near future. (more…)