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SeeFusion vs FusionReactor

Brad Wood
10/24/2007 11:19 AM

I'm biased because SeeFusion is the only product I have used, but I wholeheartedly recommend it.  (I have absolutely no affiliation with them) Unless you are simply interested in spending more money don't think SeeFusion is less of a product because it is cheaper. The latest version of SeeFusion uses a very slick Flex interface that allows constant streaming of stats among other things which I have found to be very easy to use.   The active monitoring rules E-mail me before anyone even notices the servers have a problem Where I take SeeFusion to the bank is in the database logging.  I have a separate database for my webserver stats which I aggregate via jobs every night and I can produce pretty nice trending reports at the end of the month. (I will send you an example of a report I made from SeeFusion data if you are interested) Even cooler is the API that is available to build your own monitoring interfaces using live SeeFusion data.  I have a monitor I built that shows me every spid running on the database, the NAME of the user running it, and the page of the application they are on.  I used the SeeFusion API to tie the web server info together with the database info via running spid and web server IP. Finally, I have never had a bad experience calling up for tech support. I bugged the crap out of them for a while, and they still kept answering the phones with a smile.  lol Anyway, just my 2 cents.  :) ~Brad I'm about to invest in one of these, and I'm looking for advice and/or practical experience.  We have several applications running, and we're trying to hunt down the source of site slowdowns.  Is there an overriding reason to pick one over the other?

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