Red Samurai ADF Performance Audit Tool Major Update v 5.0

Our ADF performance audit tool is growing and getting more advanced with each release. Current major update v 5.0 brings ADF Click History integration and allows to track ADF UI client request time. This allows to understand, how long it takes to execute action from user perspective. Combined with ADF BC performance monitoring, we could give precise answer about performance bottlenecks from top to bottom.

New features in v 5.0:

1. Redesigned (more...)

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