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“Load In The Loop” – Episode 3: A small feature with huge impact

Ivan and Eric are back with a new customer. This time, they find some major bottlenecks from “small” features. They also find another potential improvement in the Magento 2 core.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Dec 06, 2019

Blackfire Profiler for Python – Pre-Launch news #1

We’re working on supporting Python with Blackfire Profiler. Here are some news as we work!

By Sümer Cip, on Dec 04, 2019

Check Magento 2 Caches Activation

Magento has many caching options. Are you sure they’re all correctly configured? Blackfire can tell.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Dec 03, 2019

Blackfire supports the Django Software Foundation

Blackfire is currently developing its profiler for Python, and proudly supports the Django Software Foundation!

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 27, 2019

WPML adopting Blackfire.io for consistent performance results

Learn how OTGS included Blackfire in their QA workflows for building faster WordPress plugins.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 25, 2019

Coming Soon: Monitor PHP Applications with Blackfire APM

The Blackfire team is working on an APM! Make sure to pre-register for more news on its development.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 19, 2019

Getting More Precision with Arguments Capturing

Learn how to use Arguments Capturing in Blackfire, so that they can be displayed in the Call-Graph view.

By Jérôme Vieilledent, on Nov 18, 2019

Cyber Monday ’19 Discount – 20% off lifetime

Prepare for the busiest online sales period with Blackfire, now with an exceptional discount.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 18, 2019

“Load In The Loop” – Episode 2: Caches, Extensions, MSI in Magento 2

Eric and Ivan are back in a new episode, finding performance optimizations on a Magento 2 site. Activate your caches, avoid loading unused extensions, and more.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 14, 2019

“Load In The Loop”: Optimizing Magento 1 Core Performance

Blackfire proudly sponsors Load In The Loop, podcast on Magento Performance. The first episode led to a significant Magento 1 performance improvement. It resulted in a category page load time going from 30s down to 780ms.

By Christophe Dujarric, on Nov 12, 2019