Fix performance bugs
in development

XRebel Local provides real time feedback on application performance in local development so bugs can be debugged and resolved faster.

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Validate your code changes in real time

The in-browser widget provides moment-by-moment developer-tailored reports that lets you understand the performance impacts of your code changes quickly and easily.

Made for the developer, not the operations analyst

Only see the data you need, when you need it. XRebel Local cuts out the noise to help you find and fix the biggest offenders in your code before they hit production.


Follow requests through different threads, applications and JVMs.

Built for everybody

Useful for experts and junior developers alike.

Actionable data

Method-level drilldowns for pinpointing performance issues.

Rapid feedback

Continuous performance tuning for better code quality.

86% of root causes of application slowdowns are in the application code.

Fix bugs faster and sooner with XRebel Local.

Fixing issues in late stages of the application life cycle can cost 30x more than in development.
Implement a Performance Pipeline to shift performance management to the left and catch issues early.

Key features

Application profiling

Track the time spent on each request. Find slow methods and make them run faster.

Messages and jobs

Monitor messages and background jobs. Fix resource hogs.

Database and NoSQL

Get insight into database activity. Spot methods that query too much.


Discover hidden exceptions. Follow the stack trace and fix the problems.

Web services and RMI

Get a detailed overview of invocations executed. Detect slow calls.


Find relevant info without digging. View only the logs emitted during requests.

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Set up

Extract the archive. Add the xrebel.jar to your server startup (using -javaagent).


Launch your web application. Find the XRebel Local toolbar in the bottom left corner of the browser.

Resources for better performance management: