Instana Blog

Announcement, Featured, Product, Thought Leadership
With Instana there is no need to manually determine which performance degradation in a service is related to resource contention on the host running Docker. Instana automatically determines the relati
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Announcement, Featured, Product
By installing a lightweight Instana agent and providing credentials, the sensors are activated automatically and start collecting metrics for each configured Queue Manager instance and other correspon
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Customer Stories, Featured
For Goji, Observability isn’t just a way to gain visibility into applications and solve problems. It’s also a key contributor to developing a thriving culture for developers.
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Featured
Lost in discussions about Observability methods are peripheral costs - such as the storage costs for keeping all that monitoring and tracing data.
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Announcement, Product, Thought Leadership
Microservices have changed how applications are designed, developed and deployed. They're easier to scale and more agile, but microservice applications have unique performance management issues.
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Developer, Product
Learn how Instana automatically monitors performance and traces requests for applications written in Go, especially since Go is used so often in Microservices
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Announcement, Developer, Product
One of Instana’s core features is the ability to automatically trace and analyze every request in a complex system without any configuration or measurable impact.
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Developer, Product
One of the leading design goals for Instana is automatic detection and zero configuration. We do not want to require our users to configure what and how they monitor.
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Product
Modern Microservice and Container based applications have attributes that introduce challenges for operating and monitoring these environments:
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Conceptual, Product
Microservices have been pioneered by companies like Netflix, Amazon and Google and are the successor of SOA. New applications from startups and enterprises are using this new architecture style, which
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Conceptual, Product
In Part 1 of this blog series about monitoring microservices, we looked at the building blocks of microservice-based applications and the necessity of automatically discovering all components and thei
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Conceptual, Product
In Part I of this ‘Monitoring Microservices’ series we described how we automatically discover all the components, services and their changes in dynamic and scaled environments like microservice-b
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Announcement, Conceptual, Product
Application Performance Management (APM) first came to market around 2000 when the Java language and the “3-tier architecture” was becoming dominant.
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