Topic: observability

Harness announces new feature to proactively identify errors

The new Harness Continuous Tracking (CET) release is designed to provide developer-first observability for modern applications to proactively identify and solve errors across the SDLC.  The Harness CET provides several advantages to developers, such as minimizing the occurrence of defects that go undetected, removing the need for manual troubleshooting, and enabling quicker resolution of customer … continue reading

vFunction enables continuous monitoring, detection, and drift issues with latest release

The vFunction Continuous Modernization Manager (CMM) platform is now available, enabling software architects to shift left and find and fix application architecture anomalies. vFunction also announced a new version of vFunction Assessment Hub and updates to vFunction Assessment Hub. CMM observes Java and .NET applications and services to set baselines and monitor for any architectural … continue reading

Qt launches Qt Insight to provide developers with better customer insights

The new Qt Insight platform provides real customer insights into the usage of applications or devices. The platform reveals how users navigate devices, identifies customer pain points, analyzes performance, and creates concrete, evidence-based development plans to optimize product development and lower running costs by eliminating redundant, unused features based on session activity and metrics such … continue reading

New Relic announces JFrog integration to provide a single point of access for monitoring

Observability company New Relic and DevOps company JFrog today announced an integration to give engineering teams a single point of access to monitor software development operations. With this integration, users are able to access real-time visibility into CI/CD pipelines, APIs, and web application development workflows so that DevOps and security leaders can solve software supply … continue reading

New Relic introduces metrics to deliver insights into performance at the code level

Observability company New Relic announced CodeStream code-level metrics and service-level telemetry in order to offer users deeper insights into software performance down to the code level.  This allows developers to find issues quickly before they make it into production, as well as speed up the velocity of engineering.  According to the company, providing developers with … continue reading

Why the world needs OpenTelemetry

Observability has really taken off in the past few years, and while in some ways observability has become a bit of a marketing buzzword, one of the main ways companies are implementing observability is not with any particular company’s solution, but with an open-source project: OpenTelemetry. Since 2019, it has been incubating at the Cloud … continue reading

How observability prevents developers from flying blind

When changing lanes on the highway, one of the most important things for drivers to remember is to always check their blind spot. Failing to do this could lead to an unforeseen, and ultimately avoidable, accident.  The same is true for development teams in an organization. Failing to provide developers with insight into their tools … continue reading

New Relic introduces new capability for change tracking observability

The observability provider New Relic has announced the launch of a new change tracking solution to provide full visibility of change events throughout an application’s life cycle. According to New Relic, change events are the cause of most degradations in software performance. “With New Relic change tracking, every engineer, regardless of the specialty, can now … continue reading

Platform engineering vs. SRE

Although the roles of the SRE and site platform engineer share some similarities and are at times conflated, they’re still distinct.  Platform engineers are responsible for designing, developing and maintaining the underlying platform that the application runs on including the infrastructure, operating systems, databases and other components that enable the application to function. SREs, on … continue reading

The perfect SRE doesn’t exist, but the right one might already be in your organization

There’s been an explosion of interest in SRE over the last 18 months and a lot of this has been from companies that are looking at scaling their DevOps or DevSecOps initiatives to look at the reliability concerns of their customers.  Vendors are recognizing this and a lot of general software interfaces (GSIs) and Managed … continue reading

Spotify is introducing new plugins for Backstage

Spotify launched its Spotify Plugins for Backstage subscription as an open beta to all Backstage adopters. It contains a bundle of five plugins: Soundcheck, Role-Based Access Control, Skill Exchange, Pulse, and Insights.  “The Spotify Plugins for Backstage bundle is the next step toward Spotify’s goal to share what we’ve learned with the world. We’re confident … continue reading

Edge Delta announces free edition

Edge Delta, provider of observability tools, today introduced a free version of its product in order to bring users intelligent and automated monitoring and troubleshooting for applications and services running in Kubernetes. The free edition is designed to deliver time-to-value and allow engineers to spend their time on core tasks.  Additionally, it works to detect … continue reading Protection Status
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