2016 Recap – Let there be STATS!

Exceptionless 2016 in review

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

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Exceptionless 3.4 – New User Dashboards, Job Reliability, and Bug Fixes

Exceptionless 3.4The latest Exceptionless release has several additions we think most of our users will find helpful. We sat down and worked on the UI, fixed some bugs, and spend a considerable amount of time improving reliability and efficiency of some of the primary pieces of the app.

If you’re a self hoster, you’ll need to upgrade your existing install, but if you’re hosting with us there is no action required on your part to experiences the Exceptionless 3.4.

For more information about this release, take a look below and/or review the full release notes over on GitHub. (more…)

Exceptionless 3.1 Released! If You Thought It was Fast Before…

exceptionles-3-1-headerIf 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…)

Introducing Foundatio 3.0! Now with Async & Increased Efficiency

Foundatio 3.0Foundatio is a pluggable, scalable, painless, open source solution for caching, queues, locks, messaging, jobs, file storage, and metrics in your app.

In Version 3.0, we’ve made several improvements, including, as promised in our initial Foundatio blog post, going full async.

Take a closer look at the new enhancements, below, and head over to the GitHub repo to try Foundatio today. We think you’ll find it very handy.

For all our current users, you’ll need to upgrade your Foundatio NuGet package and existing Foundatio code to use the async implementations/conventions. The update should be fairly straightforward – we haven’t had or heard of any issues so far, including when upgrading Exceptionless. (more…)