App Monitoring: Stability, Stability, Stability ... and pricing.

We're officially in the Stability Phase™ of app monitoring: slamming our site with traffic, trying to break things, and adding resiliency for the spots that need it. Read on for an updated General Availability date, our planned stability improvements, and pricing information. General Availability GA is November 16th (GA will ... Read more

Learn about Go @ Scout: Denver Go Meetup Tomorrow

Go has become an increasing part of our stack at Scout. At tomorrow's Denver Gophers Meetup , we'll be delivering two short talks for the price of one: Dave will be talk about Native Ruby Extensions in Go . Lots of folks are using Ruby and Go together. We'll take ... Read more

AWS re:Invent Day Two

The Scout conference team in full force! From left to right: Derek Haynes, Dave Anderson, me, and Megan Strahm. Our three big takeaways from conversations on the expo floor today: Developers are psyched about an alternative to New Relic for SaaS application performance monitoring. There are lots of polyglot applications ... Read more

AWS re:Invent Opening Day

It was a great opening day at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas! Many, many developers and tech leaders coming by to see our vision of Next Generation Application Monitoring. If you're at the conference, come see us at booth 1130! Read more

App Monitoring Update

It's been just over a month since we opened our early access period for Scout App Monitoring. Whew! A lot has happened: What you've told us Over the last couple of weeks, our founders have talked with many of you via phone, Skype, or Hangout (if they haven't talked to ... Read more

Heading to the mountains

There's no better place for big thinking than the mountains. Just a short time ago, Scout was myself and Andre. Today, we're a fun, smart team of seven (and growing). We've got grand plans for the future of Scout (we'll be debuting those @ aws:reinvent ) and we're hunkering down ... Read more

StatsD. Build vs. Buy?

"Remember that time is money." A phrase used by Benjamin Franklin in Advice to a young Tradesman, written by an old One . Sage advice - and even after all these years, still relevant! It's no surprise that we all look for tools that make our jobs easier, deliver value ... Read more

New Dog in the Scout Kennel

Please join us in welcoming Chris Schneider to the Scout team! We've had our eye on Chris for awhile now, and we couldn't be more excited about him joining the team. Nearly a Fort Collins native (rare around these parts), Chris joins us with over 15 years of development experience ... Read more

Hugging it Out @ Boulder DevOps w/StatsD

Last night, at DevOps Boulder, I presented the StatsD basics: key concepts, metric types & implementation strategies - and dug a little deeper. My mission was to talk about StatsD and how it made me a better developer by giving me a simple, repeatable tool that I could use to ... Read more

DevOpsDays Minneapolis

Some of the best things about summer are BBQ, baseball and roadtrips. As part of my summer celebration, I'm hitting the open road and heading up to Minneapolis, MN for DevOpsDays MSP. DevOpsDays MSP is a 2 day event on July 8th & 9th in downtown Minneapolis. This is their ... Read more

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