After being in beta for several months, Perfalytics is now generally available. You can check it out here.
Perfalytics is my attempt to bring a new approach to database performance analysis. Instead of relying on information directly exposed by Postgres, … Read the rest
My goal with Perfalytics is to hit $100,000 in annual recurring revenue by the end of 2019. To hit that goal, assuming each user is paying $99/month, I need to get to 85 paying users by the end of the … Read the rest
Running a bootstrapped business isn’t going to be easy. To make Perfalytics succeed, I’m going to need to lean on my strengths and, at the same time, compensate for my weaknesses.
I have some weaknesses which are going to make … Read the rest
It’s a few days early for a New Year’s resolution. Even so, my New Year’s resolution for 2019 is to seriously attempt to start a bootstrapped business. A few weeks ago, I announced Perfalytics to the world. Perfalytics is a … Read the rest
Today I’m announcing the beta for Perfalytics. Perfalytics is a tool I’ve been working on designed to make it easy to analyze query performance for Postgres. As the lead of the Database team at Heap, where I optimize the … Read the rest