Lumigo

New York, NY, USA
2018
Nov 28, 2022   |  By DeveloperSteve
Managed services and serverless deployments have become increasingly popular tools in the software development process. This means that organizations are focusing less on infrastructure resources and more on the functionality and security of applications. Managed services—such as the applications like DynamoDB, Step Functions and API Gateway that are crucial to serverless architectures—come with associated costs.
Nov 28, 2022   |  By Yan Cui
Over the past few years, AWS has made incremental improvements to Lambda’s cold start performance. Nowadays, cold starts are much less an issue for most functions, unless you’re using Java or.Net Core.
Nov 23, 2022   |  By Michele Mancioppi
At Lumigo, we keep improving the coverage and quality of our distributed tracing instrumentation to give you, through Lumigo’s transactions, the most accurate and intuitive representation of how your distributed system behaves. In this blog, we cover a recent development for the Amazon SQS instrumentation in Lumigo’s OpenTelemetry distro for Python, providing a seamless experience for a scenario that otherwise would result in confusing, broken transactions and lost insights.
Nov 10, 2022   |  By Yan Cui
Back in 2020, we covered the launch of Lambda Extensions and the subsequent release of the Lambda Logs API. These features aren’t designed for the average Lambda user. But they allow vendors to build better tools by giving them much-needed access to the Lambda execution environment.
Nov 8, 2022   |  By Greg Bulmash
Amazon CloudWatch monitors metrics of your Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources in real time and can trigger alarms when a metric goes above or below certain thresholds. Typically, Amazon CloudWatch sends out alarms by posting a message to an SNS (Amazon Simple Notification Service) topic, which distributes the message via several mediums, including email, SMS, and Lambda functions. Setting a CloudWatch alarm can be complex.
Nov 2, 2022   |  By Michele Mancioppi
With serverless and containerized applications becoming a norm, workloads and integrations are spread across multiple cloud environments. As these apps become increasingly more distributed, monitoring also becomes more complicated with siloed and incomplete telemetry. This is where distributed tracing brings great value. It enables end-to-end visibility in your modern and complex application.
Oct 31, 2022   |  By DeveloperSteve
The internet of things is one of my favorite topics. IOT enables low-powered connected devices that opens gateways from the digital to the real world. While I love tinkering away with an Arduino sketch and the latest Espressif or Arduino board, there is always an air of frustration when trying to build out what at first seems like simple functionality using one of these “smart devices” because of the limited view we have into their operations.
Oct 25, 2022   |  By DeveloperSteve
Lambda is the glue that holds serverless architectures together. Before its release, most users felt it was a matter of luck as to whether AWS would let you connect a service to another. If not, you had to spin up a VM or a container to transform the events from one service in a way that your target service could handle them. Since Lambda was easier to set up, people assumed that all code they would deploy on it would run faster and cheaper than on other compute services.
Oct 19, 2022   |  By DeveloperSteve
As a developer, I love the versatility of Python. Over the years I have used Python for so many different use cases: game development, APIs, IoT, machine learning, and web development. It can scale tall applications in a single bound and take on any challenge faster than you can pip install flask. Something you learn very quickly in the world of app development is to build everything for scale.
Oct 18, 2022   |  By Yan Cui
Observability is a measure of how well we are able to infer the internal state of our application from its external outputs. It’s an important measure because it indirectly tells us how well we’d be able to troubleshoot problems that will inevitably arise in production. It’s been one of the hottest buzzwords in the cloud space for the last 5 years and the marketplace is swamped with observability vendors. Different tools employ different methodologies for collecting data.
Sep 20, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Lumigo provides visibility into your ECS clusters and the underlying services and tasks in real-time by leveraging out-of-the-box dashboards and turn-key integrations with AWS. All the key metrics you need to monitor your clusters, services and tasks are displayed with easy access to corresponding traces. With one-click distributed tracing, Lumigo lets developers effortlessly find and fix issues in serverless and containerized environments
Sep 12, 2022   |  By Lumigo
You can see and understand Lambda → SNS → SQS → Lambda transactions as one complete trace, end-to-end. This view gives you critical context into one of the most common–but unobservable–serverless architectures so you can troubleshoot it faster and easier. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content! With one-click distributed tracing, Lumigo lets developers effortlessly find and fix issues in serverless and containerized environments
Aug 16, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Execution Tags allow you to dynamically add dimensions to your Lambda function invocations so that they can be identified, searched for, and filtered in Lumigo. They can be utilized to find specific invocations and create custom widgets, helping you simplify the complexity of monitoring distributed applications.
Aug 16, 2022   |  By Lumigo
At sports tech company Colorcast, debugging was running out the clock for their developers. They made a game-time decision to automate their tracing and monitoring, knocking out their average time to debug. Watch how they did it with Lumigo.
Aug 8, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Lumigo Alerts allows you to create customized alerts for anything lumigo monitors, including event-based alert (e.g., timeout) and key metrics (e.g., error rate). The alerts can delivered via email or a multiple of platform integration options like slack, Microsoft teams and more. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content! With one-click distributed tracing, Lumigo lets developers effortlessly find and fix issues in serverless and containerized environments
Aug 8, 2022   |  By Lumigo
At sports tech company Colorcast, debugging was running out the clock for their developers. They made a game-time decision to automate their tracing and monitoring, knocking out their average time to debug. Watch how they did it with Lumigo. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content! With one-click distributed tracing, Lumigo lets developers effortlessly find and fix issues in serverless and containerized environments
Jul 31, 2022   |  By Lumigo
As a long time AWS Technology Partner, it’s always great to speak to our friends at AWS, and most recently, Lumigo CEO Erez Berkner joined AWS on Air to talk about end-to-end observability of the modern cloud application. Check out the video and learn more about how Lumigo can help with cloud native observability.
Jul 28, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Lumigo is a monitoring and observability platform designed to let development and DevOps teams navigate through the most complex serverless and containerized environments. Getting started is simple with the onboarding wizard. Follow the steps below to connect your environment in just a few minutes. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content! With one-click distributed tracing, Lumigo lets developers effortlessly find and fix issues in serverless and containerized environments
Jul 25, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Leasing company LIZY runs their stack on AWS Lambdas. Lumigo makes it simple for LIZY devs to monitor and track their 350,000+ invocations for easy debugging. Watch now to find out how.
Jul 25, 2022   |  By Lumigo
Join AWS DevTools Hero Thorsten Hoeger and Lumigo Product Manager Michele Mancioppi as they determine whether it's best to use serverless or containerized technologies. (Spoiler: why not both?!)

Lumigo is a SaaS platform for monitoring and debugging AWS serverless applications.

Quickly identify performance optimizations and resolve critical issues in your distributed environment using smart monitoring, alerting, and end-to-end automated tracing.

Key Features:

  • Monitoring - Understand exactly what's happening in your application with performance and cost metrics for Lambda functions and managed services, alongside auto-generated architecture mapping.
  • Alerting - Leverage curated best practices to get automatic-guidance for your serverless configuration and deployment activities.
  • Debugging & Troubleshooting - Identify root cause of issues in your distributed environment at speed with correlated logs, end-to-end transaction maps and a virtual stack trace.

Founded in 2018, Lumigo is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner and holds AWS DevOps Competency status.

Lumigo supports all major runtimes, and with no code changes required you can get up and running in minutes. Gain the visibility you need to run serverless with confidence! Get started today with a 30-day free trial.