Chronon Recording Server - "DVR for Java" beta released
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We are excited to announce that the Chronon Recording Server, the most requested solution from our users, is now in Beta.
The Chronon Recording Server is like a DVR for your java code running on a remote server. You can easily record, replay and debug any Java application running on any machine, for any duration of time.
Record remote Java applications
Connect every computer in your organization to the Recording Server and manage the recorder on each machine.
Built for Collaboration
QA teams can eliminate the need to reproduce bugs. They can now record Java code on multiple servers for long periods of time. If something breaks this recording can be sent back to developers to debug using the Chronon Time Travelling debugger.
Record long running applications
Chronon Recording Server is designed to record programs that run for days, weeks and even months. The Recording Server will take care of splitting the recording if it gets too large and flushing out old recordings.
Dynamically Start and Stop Recording
The Recording Server allows you to dynamically start and stop the Chronon recorder in a running Java application. Run your application always with the recorder enabled but record only when you need to.
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