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Garage made, self hosted NewRelic alternative with Ruby, Sinatra, Grafana and InfluxDB • /r/rails

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Clipped on: 2015-12-09

this post was submitted on 24 Oct 2015
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[–]promgamer 2 points 1 month ago 

This needs more upvotes! It's so important to consider performance for apps that really go into production!

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