The hard part of distributed systems is rarely debugging the code, it’s locating the code you need to debug in your large, far-flung, dynamic system. Are you dealing with one problem? Two problems? Or a perfect storm of twenty colliding factors? What if you could instantly know that your recent latency spike is only for Android devices, hitting the login page, with a particular feature flag set?
Honeycomb’s latest releases help you uncover those mysteries intuitively — through visual debugging and machine analysis.
Join Honeycomb CTO and cofounder, Charity Majors, Director of Solutions Architects, Pierre Tessier, and special customer guest Zach McCoy from Jack Henry for a technical session. You’ll see a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive investigation workflow that takes you from alert to isolating problematic code in seconds, leveraging:
- Honeycomb’s new, debuggable, infinitely-filterable Service Map where you can go from the Map to granular distributed traces all from the same UI and without losing context.
- Enhanced BubbleUp capabilities where you can see instantly what is different about problematic data vs baseline, whether it is different in one way or twenty ways -
Observability is the emergent state of a comprehensible system, where even unknown unknowns yield willingly to understanding. It’s like being able to flip directly to the end of a mystery novel. Spoiler: the butler did it.