How Farmer's Fridge Scales its Microservices with Observability from Epsagon
For retailers, core business changes and fluctuations in demand significantly impact site and application performance, customer experience, and inventory management. All retailers, and especially those that are e-commerce-based with modern microservices infrastructures, need visibility into their environments. They need to understand how their systems are operating and quickly identify and address issues.
Farmer’s Fridge, a fresh food vending platform, runs microservices and workloads mainly on AWS Lambda and AWS AppSync. Farmer’s Fridge uses Epsagon for end-to-end observability within its distributed environments. Hear the story and learn how you, too, can significantly reduce MTTD and MTTR.