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Find the critical issues that logs and metrics can’t see. Query and visualize millions of events in milliseconds, and see the raw data behind every result.

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Spooky Tales of Testing In Production: A Recap and Lessons Learned

Happy December! Back in October, we cohosted a SPOOKY HALLOWEEN meetup with our pals at LaunchDarkly about testing in production. Here’s a review of the talks we saw! My biggest takeaway from Paul Biggar‘s…

Honeycomb Beelines Verify Fast Time to Value at hCaptcha

hCaptcha is a drop-in replacement for reCAPTCHA that earns website owners money and helps companies get their data labeled. Environment Python, JavaScript Kubernetes microservices (~20) Redis PostgreSQL Goals An essential part of the hCaptcha…

Diving into Data with Honeycomb: “Codename: Drilldown” is in Beta!

This blog miniseries talks about how to think about doing data analysis the Honeycomb way. In this episode, we announce an exciting new feature, currently in beta. Honestly, we’re so excited to get this…

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Honeycomb is an event-driven observability platform for debugging systems, application code, and databases. Honeycomb ingests structured data and performs read-time query aggregation to support speedy analytics over ultra-rich datasets without indexes or schemas to maintain, and a fast, interactive interface.

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Christine Spang

CTO at Nylas

"I've spent my fair share of time drowning in metrics, dashboards & logs, and Honeycomb’s vision is like a glass of cold water in the desert."

Joe Beda

Founder and CTO, Heptio

"After spending 10 years at Google I thought I had a good handle on the different techniques to monitor what is going on with services. But Honeycomb changes the game by supporting fast exploration over high cardinality data. It has super powers over traditional monitoring."

Michael Hood

Engineer, Optimizely

"The ability to visualize and explore events in realtime transforms the way your team thinks about operations and systems design."