Blackfire for PHP and Python relies on a deterministic approach to observability. Let’s explore what this means and discover how it compares to a probabilistic one and how both could shape the future of observability.
Discover Upsun, the next-gen Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) designed with a unified infrastructure and application observability solution at its core. Every PHP and Python project is granted full access to Blackfire, ensuring seamless and insightful development.
In the second part of this mini-series, we’ll delve into the intricacies of defining a test boilerplate that could help us get started on setting up long-lasting control over the performance of an existing application.
Stepping into an unknown application landscape with the mission to improve its performance can be daunting. Discover how Blackfire is all about turning measurement into performance optimization, ensuring your next steps are driven by data.
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