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Category: Observability

Observability   Operations  

Intro to o11ycast: A Human Perspective on the Role of Observability

Customer Success Engineer Emily Ashley describes her experience listening to the o11ycast backlog as part of her onboarding, and why the podcast is a great...

Monitoring   Observability   Operations  

SRE + Honeycomb: Observability for Service Reliability

As a Customer Advocate, I talk to a lot of prospective Honeycomb users who want to understand how observability fits into their existing Site Reliability...

Connectors & Integrations   Instrumentation   Observability   Tutorials  

Get on the Right Track with Our Rails Integration!

Whether you’re starting a new Rails project and want to build observability in from the start, or you’re investing in better observability for your existing...

Connectors & Integrations   Observability   Teams & Collaboration  

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...

Customer Stories   Observability  

Spread the Love: Appreciating Our Pollinators Community

Have you heard the buzz about observability with Honeycomb 🐝? It’s the best tool on the market for observing your systems in real time to...

Customer Stories   Observability   Software Engineering  

Bees Working Together: How ecobee’s Engineers Adopted Honeycomb

At ecobee, adopting Honeycomb started as a grassroots effort. Engineers signed up for the free tier and quickly started sharing insights with teammates. When it...

Customer Stories   Instrumentation   Observability  

Logging tool no more: Observability sheds light on Dark’s business growth and helps their customers scale

Dark is a programming language and platform that enables building serverless backends. There’s no infra, framework or deployment nightmares. It’s a new paradigm in software...

Instrumentation   Observability  

A Next Step Beyond Test Driven Development

The most successful software development movement of my lifetime is probably test-driven development or TDD. With TDD, requirements are turned into very specific test cases,...

Observability   Software Engineering  

Observability: 80% Practicing in the Next 2 Years

Observability is more than tooling. Of course having the right tools in place so you can ask arbitrary questions about your environment, without having to...

Debugging   Observability  

Take huge leaps with Honeycomb for Incident Response

As engineering teams shift from delivering services on monolithic architectures to microservices and even serverless environments, developers are no longer just responsible for creating and...

Observability  

Sharing Context Across Space and Time: Honeycomb for Teams

When Charity and I started pitching Honeycomb, we had a “bit” we would do, on the importance of building for teams: I’d identify her as...

HoneyBytes   Instrumentation   Observability  

HoneyByte: Incremental Instrumentation Beyond the Beeline

"It turns out," said Liz, "it was not a giant pile of work to start adding those rich instrumentation spans as you need them." Liz...

Observability  

The First and Last Conference of the Year

I was excited to attend DevOpsDays in New York City in March of 2020, but then again, who wouldn't be? A whole week in the...

Customer Stories   HoneyBytes   Observability  

HoneyByte: Make a Beeline Toward Observability Just Like DEV’s Molly Struve

“When things broke,” Molly explained, “you’re mad scrambling—jumping from website to website to website, trying to put the pieces together.” Molly was able to use...

Instrumentation   Observability  

Honeycomb at OSU Libraries & Press

This is a guest post by Ryan Ordway, DevOps Engineer at Oregon State University. At Oregon State University Libraries & Press (OSULP) we have been...

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