Two questions are key to measuring success at any time: How are your production services really performing right now? Who exactly is having a bad experience?
Many teams try (and fail) to answer these questions using legacy monitoring and APM tools that hit dead ends. Modern applications require a modern approach. Honeycomb’s observability shines a light into all the previously dark corners of production.
Quickly drill down to troubleshoot individual user experience. Find hidden problems. Zoom out to see the big picture. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more.
No more fumbling in the dark. We can’t do our jobs without Honeycomb
Staff Developer, SRE
Honeycomb shows me what’s relevant immediately. Ridiculously powerful.
Engineering Team Lead
Older problems took days or weeks—we solved them in moments with Honeycomb.
Less guessing, more knowing. That’s Honeycomb.
Fail less often, recover faster,
change faster, deploy frequently
Faster Incident Response
Quickly locate sources of problems across complex applications. Use distributed tracing to find issues buried deeply within your stack.
Treat Performance Like a Feature
Slow is the new down. Honeycomb is designed to help teams make smart investments in optimizing performance for better user experiences.
Release Features Faster
Teams adopt rules like “no-deployment Fridays” because they’re afraid of surprises. Know exactly what to expect. Break the chains of fear. Ship more features faster, with fewer failures.
Have Confidence in Production
Honeycomb helps you understand things about production that others simply chalk up as unknowable. Shine the light of observability into your code and stop settling for less.
DEBUGGABLE SERVICE-LEVEL OBJECTIVES
Focus on What Matters.
Honeycomb’s Service-Level Objectives (SLOs) let you drill down to figure out exactly what is affecting customer experience. Set up alerts to trigger only on things that matter to your users and your business.
Observe, Debug, Improve
Achieve production excellence with Honeycomb.
Lower Your Mean-Time-To-WTF
Many problems can’t be seen in staging. BubbleUp quickly identifies bizarre and novel problems by finding deviations from baselines and showing you who and what is behind those anomalies.
No Context Switching
Stop jumping between different tools to connect the dots. Toggle between trace views, histograms, heatmaps, and more. Easily spot latency in requests spanning multiple services.
Learn From Your Team
Use Team History to follow past investigative paths so others can see how mysteries were solved. Curate and share query history to help with on-call. Uplevel your entire team. Retain expertise as you learn and improve.
Any Needle in Your Haystack
Our proprietary datastore is built to deliver lightning-fast results for high-cardinality fields. Billions of rows and values? Hundreds of fields? No problem! Get the results you need in seconds.
Get Started Easily
Instrumenting your applications for observability is easy and vendor-neutral with OpenTelemetry. Find out more about how we support the OpenTelemetry Project.
Explore Your Curiosity
Continuous improvement starts with curiosity. Honeycomb helps you explore parts of your stack you could never see before. Ask any question. Get immediate answers.
Join the swarm of happy Honeycomb customers.
IN THE NEWS
October 20, 2021
Honeycomb Closes $50 Million Series C Round
Honeycomb announces the close of a $50 million Series C round, led by Insight Partners, with participation from existing investors Scale Venture Partners, Headline (formerly
IN THE NEWS
September 8, 2021
Honeycomb Empowers Teams With Complete Insight Into the Production Experience for Their Users With the Addition of Honeycomb Metrics
Cision PR Newswire publicizes Honeycomb's new metrics capability for quickly identifying and resolving system issues. The Metrics feature is now generally available for Honeycomb enterprise
IN THE NEWS
August 31, 2021
Observability: The 5-Year Retrospective
The New Stack presents an article that reflects on the past five years of observability, written by Charity Majors. She explains how observability changed life