NerdVision has released its latest software support module for Microsoft’s .NET Framework as part of its expanding NerdVision debugging platform
Press Release: Intergral announces AWS Lambda support on its next-gen NerdVision debugging platform. The company empowers IT engineering development and operations teams to reduce the mean-time-to-repair (MTTR), improve service quality, and improve SLAs through a platform built for today’s distributed and fast-moving IT environment. AWS Lamba joins Java, Node, Python, and ColdFusion as programming languages supported by NerdVision.
All Developers/Operations team members know the pressure and stress of finding and fixing a critical issue in their code or infrastructure. When dealing with issues, they often enter panic mode to try and get the issue resolved as soon as possible. While this can yield positive results, it can also lead to mistakes. Two frequent traps we fall into when in panic mode are: The quick fix - you cut some corners so that everything starts working again, promising to fix those tests or perform that extra step laterMaking too many changes - you implement several fixes at once, then have to figure out what change fixed the issue
Technical support engineers see all manner of issues in support. While support engineers always try to get to the route of any issue, there are certain things you can do to help.
David Tattersall, CEO of Intergral GmbH, will be demonstrating the low-level java tool FusionReactor and nerd.vision.