Application exceptions offer a clear and undistorted view into an application’s quality, user experience and operational service level. In fact, unhandled, caught and thrown exceptions represent one of development’s only direct sources of user-driven application feedback. Yet, most development teams have no regular access to this vital development resource.

In this 60-minute webinar, we demonstrate how PreEmptive Analytics™ for Team Foundation Server (TFS) can improve software quality, user experience and developer productivity.

PreEmptive Analytics for TFS allows users to capture production incidents (unhandled, caught and thrown exceptions) and automatically create and update work items within TFS based solely on rules and thresholds you create. This session will walk through three simple steps that can be implemented in just a few hours giving your development team direct access to runtime exception analytics. Specifically, the webinar will cover:

· Application Instrumentation via injection or via APIs into .NET, JavaScript, native, or Java applications.

· Runtime Data Management including unhandled, caught and thrown exceptions along with custom data.

· Automated Analysis and Incident Response connecting runtime data to TFS projects and workflows.

Key Experiences

Viewers will leave with a clear understanding of the steps required to implement exception analytics

and the impact that this information can have on a development process.

Target Audience

· Architects

· Development Managers

· Technical/Business Decision Makers

· Software Development Executives

· Quality Professionals

Register below for the Webinar!

Tuesday, May 28

4:00 – 5:00 pm (UK Time)