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Measuring Performance in Grape APIs w/ NewRelic RPM

12.05.2012
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If you’re not using NewRelic, here’s a pretty picture to convince you to try it out. And a blog post on measuring performance in Grape APIs with NewRelic RPM on the Art.sy Engineering blog, with a Grape middleware I rewrote last week.

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