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Jan 30, 2019 | By Katie Poe Bayes
Ponder the age-old question behind all observability tools: “What is my application doing?” When we talk about serverless applications, we’re really specifying a way to define your data flows and wire each concern or set of concerns together with a function that happens to only run when needed. Those connections are what make a serverless app.
Dec 10, 2018 | By Pam Selle
At IOpipe, we use three main modes of communication: GitHub, Slack, and Zoom. You’ll notice that email isn’t in there. I’ll talk about why we use this strategy, how we came about to this decision as a team, and what benefits we see from it.
Nov 29, 2018 | By Erica Windisch
We’re excited to be a launch partner for the AWS Lambda Layers! This exciting new feature allows developers to mix and match source code and other application resources into a single AWS Lambda function deployment.
Nov 14, 2018 | By Stephanie Gawroriski (Xer)
Want access to your AWS Java Lambda logs without leaving the IOpipe dashboard? We now support this in Java if you are using Log4j2 and TinyLog! You can now read your function logs right in the IOpipe dashboard. With this, you can now debug your invocations without needing to go to CloudWatch to read what was logged. You can read more about our logging support here.
Jul 17, 2018 | By IOpipe
Using IOpipe Labels to gain visibility into events flowing through your serverless functions. Breaking down monolithic functions, and gaining observability into events.
Apr 17, 2018 | By IOpipe
In this video, we demonstrate debugging a real production issue in a serverless app built on AWS Lambda using IOpipe's observability tools. Head to https://iopipe.com for more on how to debug your own serverless applications.