Monitor what matters most and diagnose anomalies within seconds across web, mobile, monoliths, and microservices. LightStep [x]PM is Application Performance Management reinvented for today’s enterprises.
Analyze every transaction at scale: Observe every request. In real-time. Across web, mobile, microservices, and monoliths regardless of your infrastructure setup.
Measure performance where it matters most: Pursue any business objective that depends on fast, reliable software. Define SLAs for custom, fine-grained criteria.
Pinpoint the root cause: Diagnose performance problems across service boundaries and identify the teams that can fix them using distributed traces.
In April, we released real-time latency histograms and explained why performance is a shape, not a number. These latency histograms change the game when it comes to characterizing performance and identifying worrisome behaviors, but these behaviors immediately beg new questions: “Is this normal?
In this post, I’ll explore how to achieve a cohesive performance story using OpenTracing to instrument an Express app running in a local container, and a function running on Lambda.
At LightStep, we spend every day helping our customers understand performance behavior in their distributed applications. We’re proud our product is used to diagnose problems for many important software systems.
Microservices-based architectures enable software teams to deliver innovations and value to their customers faster. Microservices are often owned by individual engineering teams that are solely responsible for everything from development to deployment.
Applications Have Evolved – Again – And It’s Time for Performance Analysis to Follow Suit. In the last twenty years, the internet applications that improve our lives and drive our economy have become far more powerful.
Report Finds Record Growth in Microservices is Disrupting the Operational Landscape
LightStep [x]PM’s unique features allows you to effectively manage the performance of any modern, highly-distributed system, through monoliths and microservices.