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Nov 28, 2018 | By Danyel Fisher
This blog miniseries talks about how to think about doing data analysis the Honeycomb way. In this episode, we announce an exciting new feature, currently in beta. Honestly, we’re so excited to get this out the door, we haven’t settled on a final name so for now, we’re going with “Codename: Drilldown.”
Nov 16, 2018 | By Danyel Fisher
In this blog miniseries, I’m talking about how to think about doing data analysis, the Honeycomb way. In Part I, I talked about how heatmaps help us understand how data analysis works. In Part II, I’d like to broaden the perspective to include the subject of actually analyzing data.
Nov 15, 2018 | By Christine Yen
Honeycomb has always been about flexibility, power, and speed — and about working with your data in a way that other vendors say is impossible. But now Honeycomb is also about being easier than ever to orient yourself and begin getting value out of your data right away.
Nov 14, 2018 | By Guest Blogger
You probably know that Honeycomb is the most flexible observability tool around. Its powerful high-cardinality search makes working with real raw data quick and easy. But as you may have learned through hard experience, fetching those dots can still be quite a challenge.
Nov 9, 2018 | By Danyel Fisher
In this blog miniseries, I’d like to talk about how to think about doing data analysis “the Honeycomb way.” Welcome to part 1, where I cover what a heatmap is—and how using them can really level up your ability to understand what’s going on with distributed software. Heatmaps are a vital tool for software owners: if you’re going to look at a lot of data, then you need to be able to summarize it without losing detail.