ANTS Performance Profiler 8
Improve application performance: profile .NET code and database calls
Solve .NET performance problems with ANTS Performance Profiler
ANTS Performance Profiler is a code profiler for .NET desktop, ASP.NET, and ASP.NET MVC applications. It helps you debug your application quickly by giving you a complete picture of your application's performance.
- Identify performance bottlenecks within minutes and optimize .NET application performance.
- Drill down to slow lines of code with line-level timings.
- View all the contextual information you need, from incoming HTTP requests, to .NET code, through to SQL queries, outgoing web requests and disk access. Quickly understand the relationship between your code and its data access, all in one view.
Jump straight to the slowest activity
The call tree shows performance data for every method and identifies the most expensive methods, database queries, and web requests.
Drill down to slow lines of code with line-level timings
Profile C# or any other .NET code line by line, with precise timing data so you can find issues at a glance. Expensive lines of code are automatically highlighted for quick visual inspection.
Look at your code's database interaction *
Understand how your .NET code makes database queries and how those queries perform. ANTS Performance Profiler supports SQL Server and Oracle databases, whether local or remote.
Capture outgoing web requests *
Look at your application's outgoing http requests. Get data about the request and response headers, and see what .NET code caused them to run.
Immediate feedback on application performance
Use the interactive timeline to check the CPU usage of your .NET or ASP.NET application and highlight problem areas to focus only on the data that matters.
Group methods by HTTP request *
Code and database activity are grouped by HTTP request, exposing performance problems on specific web pages.
Profile async code
Understand the performance of C#5 async code. View activity in the context of the code you wrote, and see how work being done asynchronously is related to the async method which caused it to run.
Decompile third-party code *
Find bottlenecks in 3rd party components and framework assemblies using integrated decompilation, powered by .NET Reflector.