Scout vs SpeedCurve: What are the differences?
Scout: Application Monitoring that Developers Love. Scout is application monitoring that points developers right to the source of problems: N+1 database queries, memory bloat, performance trends, and more Scout eliminates much of the investigation part when performance woes occur. ; SpeedCurve: Front-end performance monitoring. It's WebPageTest on steroids!. SpeedCurve gives you continuous feedback on how your front-end code is affecting the performance of your website. Get detailed build analysis and performance filmstrips for your own website and then benchmark your performance against the competition to make sure your website loads faster.
Scout and SpeedCurve are primarily classified as "Performance Monitoring" and "Font-end Performance Monitoring" tools respectively.
Some of the features offered by Scout are:
- Monitors Ruby & Elixir apps with more languages to come
- Easy install
- Detailed transaction traces
On the other hand, SpeedCurve provides the following key features:
- Front-end performance monitoring
- Track asset sizes and requests
- Built in Google PagesSpeed Insight reports