In today’s digital economy, user experience is truly the most important factor that makes or breaks a digital business. Customer experience is even surpassing price and product as the biggest brand differentiator. Even one bad experience on a website can hurt your brand.
From the first day, one of Epsagon’s main goals was to reduce the troubleshooting time of complex issues. Serverless applications are distributed, and as such, they have many potential problems. A failing function, for example, may indicate a much larger problem.
This week we share news about the Azure Data Explorer plugin for Grafana, updates to the GrafanaCon LA speaker list, new functionality added to the polystat panel plugin and more.
In a previous post, we showed you how to make Flux queries in a Rails app. In this post, we’ll extend that knowledge to use GraphQL in a Rails app which leverages the power of Flux to query InfluxDB. This allows the client to fine-tune the results of an underlying Flux query.
One perennial problem we face in monitoring is dealing with noise. We don't want to miss important signals, but sorting through all the noise can be a chore. Ideally, we want to spend as little time as possible doing the setup work needed to achieve excellent signal-to-noise ratio.
With 2018 rapidly fading below the horizon, we’ve taken some time to reflect on our hard-working year, the overall state of serverless, and how these changes impact the experience of our favorite people — the developers.
As a small software company, we find it important to share the love and support other software that we use and love in the hopes that they continue to be successful, so here is the first.
When looking at the performance of your website, web service,or API over a span of time, you will notice variations in the performance reported by the monitor. You may also notice inconsistencies between the performance reported from different monitors. Why? Why do you see spikes in your charts?