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"SeeFusion 5 for CF/Lucee Monitoring & Troubleshooting", w/ Patrick Quinn

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Our 12pm (US ET) talk on Thursday Aug 4 will be "SeeFusion 5 for CF/Lucee Monitoring & Troubleshooting", w/ Patrick Quinn.

MEETING URL:

http://experts.adobeconnect.com/cfmeetup/

TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker)

The world's first monitoring tool built specifically for CFML-based systems is now better-than-ever. We just shipped version 5 (https://www.seefusion.com/), and in this webinar we'll be demonstrating all the new/improved features we packed into it. We'll cover the new, mobile-ready UI, server profiles, incident reports, DoS protection, SeeStack, live chat/in-app support, hourly/elastic licensing, and our new paid support plans that help you get the most out of your applications and systems. We'll also preview the upcoming 5.1 release, which will feature integration with the AWS CloudWatch service, among other improvements. Same proven core functionality, plus a whole lot more, all for the same affordable pricing we've always offered.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker)

Patrick Quinn is the CEO and CTO of Webapper, the creators of SeeFusion, and has also been the principal support engineer for SeeFusion since its initial release in 2004. He co-founded Webapper in 2001 after leaving Allaire Corporation (just after its acquisition by Macromedia). Between leading the delivery of Webapper's well-known performance engineering consulting services for CFML-based systems, while supporting SeeFusion users around the world, Patrick has been involved in tuning thousands of CFML-based systems. He's now leading Webapper in becoming the premiere provider of fully-managed hosting services for CFML-based systems in the Amazon cloud (http://clk.im/dRtK).

WHEN: Thurs. Aug 4, 12:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4)

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DURATION: Approx. 1 hour, plus time for questions

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