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HoneyByte: Kubernetes + Honeycomb

The new Honeycomb Kubernetes agent is out! This post describes how infrastructure metrics contribute to observability, and then walks you through the steps to start sending your own Kubernetes data into Honeycomb.

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HoneyByte: Get a Taste for Sampling

Honeycomb’s event-based pricing model is pretty simple: we only care about how many events you send. For teams running workloads at scale, the question becomes: are all of my events worth keeping? How can you reduce overall event volume while maintaining fidelity? This HoneyByte is all about sampling strategies you can use to lower costs without sacrificing the value of your data.

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Honeycomb’s 2020 Blog Roundup

We’re here at last: the final days of 2020. Let’s take a look back at this year’s most popular Honeycomb blog posts. Observability 101 In Observability 101: Terminology and Concepts, Shelby Spees reflects on…

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Infrastructure Observability with Resource Events

You may have seen the Honeycomb white paper on metrics, and want to use the power of Honeycomb with metrics. Sending infrastructure metrics data to Honeycomb has always been possible, but with our focus…

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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 Rails service, this tutorial will help you get the most out of Honeycomb right away.

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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 reduce toil and delight users. But don’t listen to us, listen to our kickass community of “Pollinators”–this blog post is dedicated to them 💖

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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 know ahead of time what you wanted to ask,…