By Jacob Schieck | December 14, 2018
Live Ops is an ever-increasing practice in the gaming world. Games today often include multiplayer competition, events, the ability to trade items, and more. These require backend services and a platform team to set up and manage those services. They also require customer support to interact with players who experience issues and to make adjustments as needed. All these pieces need to be working flawlessly to deliver a good experience and retain players whom you worked hard to get.
This tutorial will walk through on how to monitor Unity applications using SolarWinds® Papertrail™. We’ll show you how to add Papertrail to a simple example game called “Tanks!”, and how you can use it for Live Ops and improve your player retention.