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Revulytics (formerly Trackerbird) launches SDK for Linux application tracking

October 20, 2015


We are pleased to announce the launch of Revulytics Usage Intelligence (formerly Trackerbird) Software Analytics SDK for Linux.  This SDK will allow software developers to track Linux applications and collect runtime events and user engagement data from various Linux Platforms.

The Linux SDK is currently available for C, C++ and Python applications and may be downloaded from Revulytics Developer Zone.

The new Linux version will support all the features available in our Windows and Mac SDKs which have already been deployed to millions of installations worldwide. The SDK has been designed to work on most Linux distributions and has been officially tested with the following platforms:
  • OpenSUSE 13.2
  • Centos 5.7
  • Ubuntu 14.04
  • Kubuntu 14.04
If you are planning to integrate and deploy Usage Intelligence on your Linux applications, we will be happy to hear from you and discuss your plans. Should you have any feedback please do not hesitate to contact us via our Helpdesk.
Editors note: this post was updated January 2017.

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Keith Fenech

Post written by Keith Fenech

Keith is Revulytics’ VP, Software Analytics and was the co-founder and CEO of Trackerbird Software Analytics before the company was acquired by Revulytics in 2016. Following the acquisition, Keith joined the Revulytics team and is now responsible for the strategic direction and growth of the Usage Analytics business within the company. Prior to founding Trackerbird, Keith held senior product roles at GFI Software where he was responsible for the product roadmap and revenue growth for various security products in the company's portfolio. Keith also brings with him 10 years of IT consultancy experience in the SMB space. Keith has a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Malta, specializing in high performance computing.