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Catchpoint February 2012 Release

Learn more about the new version of Catchpoint and which new features and enhancements it has.

February came and went so fast we forgot to give you a quick update on what we have been up to!

Empowering Data Analysis

Our in house NoSQL/In-Memory reporting platform allows customers to run statistical analysis of the data in real time and it stores historical data for 2 years+ since the first day of the launch. However,  it had one limitation – customers could not chart and report at the 5 minute breakdown past the last 40 days. Well no more!

Last December, our engineering team embarked on a big project to enhance our backend systems and unleash the stored data to Catchpoint end users. Our data warehouse already stored the data we needed, however, we had to drastically change how data was stored and rewrite the report service to properly access and process it.

Starting this week Catchpoint customers are able to chart up to the 5 minute interval and even chart a scatter plot at the minute level on historical data going back 2 years. Yes, they can even chart a scatter plot from the data collected in 2010!

Mobile Playback:

Customers can now test the mobile sites and infrastructure using a mobile emulator that monitors requests triggered on a browser. We support iPhone4s and Android, and have the ability to playback a mobile HAR file.

By the time we are writing this we are already 2 weeks from the March release with more cool new things coming!

The Catchpoint Team.

End User Services

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