Category: Connectors & Integrations

Tracing   Connectors & Integrations  

Mix & Match! Tracing Header Interoperability Between OpenTelemetry and Beelines

We’ve released support for tracing header interoperability in all of our Beelines. This means you can now mix and match distributed services instrumented with Beelines...

Operations   Logging   Connectors & Integrations  

Announcing Honeycomb’s extension for the AWS Lambda Runtime Logs API

The AWS Lambda Runtime Logs API is a new way to easily send logs from AWS Lambda functions directly to your destination of choice. Using...

Instrumentation   Dogfooding   Connectors & Integrations  

Interview with Honeycomb Engineer Chris Toshok: Dogfooding OpenTelemetry

We often get questions about the difference between using our Beeline SDKs compared with other integrations, especially OpenTelemetry (abbreviated "OTel"). That’s why the team decided...

Instrumentation   Connectors & Integrations  

Getting Started With the Honeycomb OpenTelemetry Tutorial

Honeycomb allows you to send in data from a variety of sources. The steps to get there are a choose-your-own-adventure path and the choices to...

Teams & Collaboration   Observability   Connectors & Integrations  

All Aboard! Set Your Team Up for Honeycomb Success

Thank you so much to all who attended Raw & Real Ep. 5 "All Aboard! Bring Your Team Together," and to any who take the...

Instrumentation   Connectors & Integrations  

Updates to the Java Beeline: Sweeter Than Ever Before

We’ve released some improvements to our Java Beeline library! Allow me to share all the interesting new features. Hot topics: Spring Boot Sleuth Starter, JDBC...

Product Updates   Instrumentation   Connectors & Integrations  

Instrument Your Java App In Minutes with the Honeycomb Beeline for Java

We are excited to announce automatic instrumentation for your Java apps through our new Honeycomb Beeline for Java! This new Beeline streamlines instrumentation of HTTP...

Connectors & Integrations  

Honeycomb and Rookout: An Integration That Finds the Dots to Connect

This guest blog post is by Or Weis, Co-Founder and CEO of Rookout, the Rapid Debugging Company. He’s a low-level engineer and a CybSec Expert. You...

Product Updates   Connectors & Integrations  

Our Experience: Thundra Integration for Honeycomb

This is a guest post from Salih Kardan, Software Engineer @Thundra and Committer at Apache, formerly SRE @Opsgenie. He specializes in managing AWS services and...

Software Engineering   Product Updates   Observability   Connectors & Integrations  

Explore RubyGems data with Honeycomb

Our new public dataset is now available — use it to analyze global download traffic of all gems hosted on RubyGems! About

Product Updates   Connectors & Integrations  

Announcing Honeycomb's Java SDK

Now Java developers can leverage Honeycomb to gain insight into the behavior of their apps and services by using an SDK similar to the ones...

Product Updates   Observability   Logging   Debugging   Connectors & Integrations  

Honeycomb goes Serverless: Send your app data without running agents

Serverless apps are growing in popularity, thanks to tools like AWS API Gateway and Lambda, and a growing number of powerful frameworks that simplify development...

Product Updates   Connectors & Integrations  

Support for AWS Application Load Balancer in the Honeycomb AWS Bundle

When we announced support for ingesting AWS Elastic Load Balancer access logs to Honeycomb, one of the first follow-up requests was for us to add support for...

Product Updates   Observability   Instrumentation   Connectors & Integrations  

Instrument Your Go App In Minutes with the Honeycomb Beeline for Go

Want magical per-request instrumentation to roll effortlessly out of your Go app without even looking like you’re trying? Meet the Honeycomb Beeline for Go! Beelines automatically...

Observability   Connectors & Integrations  

Observability into Bare Metal Provisioning with RackN

This guest blog post is from Rob Hirschfeld, Co-founder and CEO at RackN.   At RackN, a core design principle is that operations should be easy...

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