THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2011
Analytics software allows you to instrument your code. This instrumentation can allow you to see what features are being used, generate timing information, monitor exceptions, and send information. Homegrown instrumentation solutions can be written quickly and do some of the basics, but they lack the functionality of a commercial product.
A commercial product will provide a clean API, have the ability to send the data over the internet (rather than store it in a log which must be retrieved), and have a wide range of reporting capabilities (which homegrown solutions almost never have).
I have been using EQATEC Analytics for the past few weeks and it has all the features you would expect and more. The dashboard provides excellent reporting capabilities which let you see, over time, how your features are being used and if you have any timing problems. In addition, it logs all of your exceptions and allows you to track and close them as you fix the underlying issue.
In addition, since it is an enterprise-level solution it allows you to track multiple products and provide all the developers in your organization with their own access credentials. You can even partition the products so that developers only have access to the products they care about.
Check it out, http://www.eqatec.com/analytics/
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