Let’s not bury the lede here: we use Observability-Driven Development at Honeycomb to identify and prevent DB load issues. Like every online service, we experience this familiar cycle. This is not a bad thing! It’s a normal thing. Databases are easy to start with and do an excellent job of holding important data. There are many variations of this story and many ways to manage and deal with the growth, from caching to read replicas to sharding to separation of different types of data and so on.
For the Elastic Stack 7.0 release, ingestion (namely Beats) went through a big change by adopting the Elastic Common Schema (ECS). One of the reasons for this is to make the correlation of events from logs, metrics and traces easier. This helps to make systems more “observable”.
Our customers have been asking for the ability to collaborate with their teammates over their serverless architectures while troubleshooting, debugging or just monitoring for the known knowns. We’re finally glad to answer these requests with our “Team Support” today. With Thundra’s new team support, you’ll be able to invite your colleagues to your Thundra account and enjoy serverless observability with them.
Wavefront is a cloud-native monitoring and analytics platform used to alert on, troubleshoot, and optimize the performance of multi-cloud application environments. It delivers 3D Observability by performing analytics from metrics, traces, and histograms gathered on distributed applications, application services, containers, and public/private/hybrid cloud infrastructures.
Microservices is one of the hottest areas in the software industry these days. Many small and enterprise organizations are considering microservices while designing new applications and even want to migrate and adapt their legacy architectures to microservice based ones.