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Introducing in-depth performance metrics for Django

At Opbeat, we’re all about empowering developers to fix issues with their applications quickly and painlessly. That is why we’re incredibly pleased to launch in-depth performance metrics for Django.

As a developer, you can now find slow views and pinpoint exactly which SQL queries, template renderings or cache calls are making your application slow, and we’ll show you exactly where in your code you’re making the slow calls. You can also look at the slow responses for a specific view in isolation, and compare it to the fast responses.

Here’s what it looks like in action:


To get started, make sure you have version 3.0+ of the Opbeat module installed and the OpbeatAPMMiddleware is in your middleware list. You can find the complete documentation here.

As always, we look forward to your feedback.

About the author
Ron Cohen is co-founder and CTO at Opbeat. A founding member of Django Copenhagen, Ron enjoys sharing his experiences with code and ops around the world.
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