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SharePoint and New Relic's RPM

I have just installed, in one of my demo servers, a copy of New Relic's RPM just to see by myself how it works.

Unbelievably it has installed without issues and it has started to work not a very common thing in the world of SharePoint.

After installing it,the free version, of course, they upgraded my licence to a gold one for 8 days to give me time to test the product in all its plenitude so a couple of minutes after deploying in my server I had a whole lot of statistics and graphs showing me once more that my web services son lentos and the response times of MOSS just after it wakes up are not the best in the world.

I have really liked the charts about the system performance. Never before was so easy for an employee to prove the server slow and that it should be improved and where (SQL, RAM or CPU they forgot about the HD)

To whom may be still dubious about trying it I can tell that (in my environment) SharePoint, the web services, the reporting services and anything else is working perfectly, or at least as perfectly as it was before the installation I've just found an error in a report thanks to RPM, the perfect excuse to bother the BI guy

Well, as I am more into complaining than into praising I'll stop talking about this product.

In other time I've had huge public servers under my boot, but now I see myself clicking fast and repeatedly to fake server traffic...

The less hair, the less power, it has always been that way.

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