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Production Cloud Profiling With Uber Prof

With Uber Prof 2.0 (NHibernate Profiler, Entity Framework Profiler, Linq to SQL Profiler, LLBLGen Profiler) we are going to bring you a new era of goodness.

In 1.0, we gave you a LOT of goodness for the development stage of building your application, but now we are able to take it a few steps further. Uber Prof 2.0 supports production profiling, which means that you can run it in production and see what is going on in your application now!

To make things even more interesting, we have also done a lot of work to make sure that this works on the cloud as well. For example, go ahead and look at this site: http://efprof.cloudapp.net/

This is a live application, that doesn’t really do anything special, I’ll admit. But the kicker is when you go to this URL: http://efprof.cloudapp.net/profiler/profiler.html

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This is EF Prof, running on the cloud, and giving you the results that you want, live. You can read all about this feature and how to enable it here, but I am sure that you can see the implications.

Comments

Giorgi
12/18/2012 11:55 AM by
Giorgi

All I see is a yellow screen of death.

Could not load file or assembly 'NHibernate' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.

TheSilverBadger
12/18/2012 11:57 AM by
TheSilverBadger

Looks very interesting, but the example site is currently erroring:

Could not load file or assembly 'NHibernate' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.

Ayende Rahien
12/18/2012 12:01 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Yes, we deployed a test build for NH Prof there, not EF Prof. Fixing this right now

Rob
12/18/2012 02:26 PM by
Rob

I was wondering when this would show up :)

Rik Hemsley
12/19/2012 10:27 PM by
Rik Hemsley

Still planning to put this up?

Ayende Rahien
12/20/2012 04:26 AM by
Ayende Rahien

Rik, We actually run out of resources on the free cloudapp account, it will be back next month. To be clear, by running out of resources, I mean that so many people visited the site that it exceeded the free Azure thresholds and was suspended.

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