How Honeycomb Uses Honeycomb, Part 9: Tracing The Query Path

Get deeper insights with Honeycomb Tracing

gif of looking at traces for api query timings

We’re excited to introduce Honeycomb Tracing! Now, you can both: Visualize individual traces to deeply understand request execution, and Break down, filter, and aggregate trace data to uncover patterns, find outliers, and understand historical…

New Honeycomb Integrations for PostgreSQL

We’re excited to announce that you can now use honeytail and rdslogs to send your Postgres query logs to Honeycomb. Honeycomb helps you answer the following questions (and more) about your database workload: “What…

You Could Have Invented Structured Logging

Sometimes we hear from folks who are a little bit intimidated by the notion of structured logging. Some common issues: There’s no approachable library for structured logging in my language. My logging today is…

Istio, Envoy and Honeycomb

Here at the hive, we’re exceedingly excited about the emerging future of the “service mesh”. Deploy a sidecar proxy such as Envoy in your infrastructure, and you get consistent support for advanced traffic control,…

Honeycomb <3 Kubernetes Observability

Introducing the Honeycomb Kubernetes Agent and ksonnet integration We’re excited to release the Honeycomb Kubernetes Agent. The agent provides a flexible way to aggregate, structure, and enrich events from applications running on Kubernetes, before…

Introducing Derived Columns

We’re excited to introduce derived columns! Derived columns let you run queries based on the value of an expression that’s computed from the columns in an event, making it easier to answer questions such…

Introducing Honeycomb’s TCP Agent for MongoDB

We’re excited to release honeycomb-tcpagent, an efficient way to get query-level visibility into your MongoDB deployment. honeycomb-tcpagent parses TCP traffic between MongoDB clients and servers, and reconstructs queries in a friendly JSON format. Honeycomb…