Lumigo

New York, NY, USA
2018
  |  By DeveloperSteve
The early days of e-commerce on the internet resembled a digital Wild West, characterized by unencrypted form inputs and clear-text storage of sensitive information. Fast forward to today, and the landscape of online payments has transformed dramatically, bolstered by industry-driven guide rails like the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). These standards ensure that consumer details are stored appropriately and handled with the utmost care and security.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
Having delivered numerous applications, prototypes, and demos over the years, I’ve developed a deep appreciation for how robust development frameworks can significantly contribute to Speed to Delivery Time (SDT). This metric is vital in the fast-paced software industry, where the ability to bring scalable and maintainable applications to market quickly can set a project apart.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
As devs, we know the age-old question of, “How long do you think it will take?” oh too well. Regardless of experience and position within the development cycle, this inquiry always comes loaded with expectations and complexities, a concept I refer to as Speed to Delivery Time (SDT). To be clear, SDT isn’t just about marking days on a calendar.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
I have always had a special fondness for Postgres, particularly captivated by its JSONB capabilities, which is at the core of what I love as it stands as a testament to its adaptability. This functionality exemplifies Postgres’s ability to adapt to modern apps’ rapidly changing needs to support structured and unstructured data to coexist seamlessly within the same database environment. The capabilities of PostgreSQL are not limited to its ability to manage relational and non-relational data.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
MongoDB’s flexibility and document-oriented nature have always stood out to me as its most compelling features, setting it apart from the strict schema constraints of traditional relational databases. This adaptability is a boon for application development, allowing for more dynamic data interactions that mirror real-world information complexities and freeing table schemas’ constraints.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
Developing a native Android app is a challenging task that requires a deep understanding of the Android SDK, as well as programming languages such as Java or Kotlin. The process requires navigating various tools, frameworks, and APIs, each with its own rules. On top of that, you need to ensure compatibility and optimal performance across the diverse Android ecosystem, with its multitude of devices, screen sizes, and OS versions.
  |  By DeveloperSteve
Late last year, during an engaging Twitch livestream by AWS Developer Advocate Darko Mesaroš, I was introduced to a new framework Id seen a few people talking about called Winglang. What really got my attention was this wasn’t just another entry in the list of cloud frameworks, Winglang was on a mission to redefine how we interact with cloud environments. Its ambition to serve as an expansive framework that could effortlessly connect different cloud platforms instantly caught my attention.
  |  By Yan Cui
Step Function added support for testing individual states . Which lets you execute individual states with the following: And returns the following: With the TestState API, you can thoroughly test every state and achieve close to 100% coverage of a state machine. So, does this eliminate the need for Step Functions Local ? Can we do away with end-to-end tests as well? If not, where should this new API fit into your workflow, and how should you use it?
  |  By Erez Berkner
This is the third and final blog post in a series about shifting Observability left. If you have not yet read the first two, you can find the first post here and the second post here. Observability is fundamental to modern software development, enabling developers to gain deep insights into their application’s behavior and performance.
  |  By Erez Berkner
This is the second post in a 3-part series about shifting Observability left. If you have not had a chance to read the first, you can find it here. In today’s complex microservices deployments, gaining visibility into deployments is vital for optimal system performance and scalability. This has become even more important as the tech industry has moved toward microservice architecture reliance. Navigating through logs has become increasingly complex as requirements have grown.
  |  By Lumigo
Embark on an astral journey through 'The Spindlewhorl Enigma of Serverless Debugging' with our Debuggers Guide to the Galaxy livestream. Unravel cosmic code mysteries and venture where no debugger has gone before! By the light of the Guide and the glow of the trace, the stars and deployed apps shall reveal their secrets. To infinity, and beyond bugs! Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content!
  |  By Lumigo
Grab your digital towel and embark on an intergalactic coding adventure with 'The Debuggers Guide to the Galaxy,' hosted by the serverless sage Yan Cui and the code-wielding DeveloperSteve. In a universe where devops are as perplexing as Vogon poetry and deployment seems guided by Infinite Improbability Drives, our hosts will guide you through the cosmic chaos. With introductions that defy normal spacetime and a #Dart container #debugging session that's almost, but not quite, entirely out of this world.
  |  By Lumigo
Grab your digital towel and embark on an intergalactic coding adventure with 'The Debuggers Guide to the Galaxy,' hosted by the serverless sage Yan Cui and the code-wielding DeveloperSteve. In a universe where devops are as perplexing as Vogon poetry and deployment seems guided by Infinite Improbability Drives, our hosts will guide you through the cosmic chaos. With introductions that defy normal spacetime and a dart container debugging session (using dartfrog) that's almost, but not quite, entirely out of this world.
  |  By Lumigo
Kubernetes operators help to simplify, streamline, and automate application tasks beyond the conventional Kubernetes offerings. In this webinar, AWS Developer Advocate for Kubernetes, Lukonde Mwila, will delve into the remarkable capabilities of Kubernetes operators and how to leverage them in your applications. You’ll also learn how Lumigo built a Kubernetes operator for seamless distributed tracing leveraging OpenTelemetry. We will also demonstrate how our operator transforms complex processes into a single command, promising an unmatched user experience and exceptional app health insights.
  |  By Lumigo
Using Lumigo's end-to-end distributed tracing that surfaces critical payload data, Zesty is able to find the root cause of errors in their microservice-based apps without using logs. 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.
  |  By Lumigo
Serverless architectures allow developers to focus on their code, and not worry about infrastructure. But just because it’s “serverless” doesn’t mean it doesn’t need testing, or that testing needs to be hard. Whether you’re working with API Gateway, AppSync, Step Functions or Event-Driven Architectures, Yan Cui will show you how to test it.
  |  By Lumigo
With piles of logs generated from every function, container and API in your microservice-based application, how can you easily surface meaningful information so you can debug quickly? You don’t. You let Lumigo do it for you. In this live product training, we’ll share every tip and trick in Lumigo that will save you time and stop you from digging through logs when errors occur. Make sure to subscribe so you don't miss out on any new livestreams and observability content!
  |  By Lumigo
After migrating to serverless, Compete was tackling the complexities of troubleshooting these complex, dynamic applications. Using Lumigo, however, enabled Compete to find and fix bus in production, in just minutes without logs. 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.
  |  By Lumigo
AWS Serverless Hero Yan Cui and Sandeep Kumar, Principal Solutions Architect at Antstack explore AWS Step Functions and how you can solve complex business problems with them. During the webinar, they discuss the different use cases for Step Functions and how to use them effectively. 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.
  |  By Lumigo
In this webinar, learn how to use the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) to build a complex microservice-based application and implement distributed tracing to monitor it. You'll be able to follow along with Thorsten Höeger, Cloud Automation Evangelist, and AWS CDK expert Michele Mancioppi, as they live-code an application that uses AWS Lambda with Node.js, and Amazon ECS with Java. Once built, you'll learn how you can apply distributed tracing to any AWS CDK-based application, in just a single line of code.

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.