Instana Blog

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After multiple iterations of the Go wrapper library, we learned a lot on how to provide high-quality, easy-to-use instrumentation for Go. Always keep the code as intact as possible. If there are inter
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Featured
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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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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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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Product
Monitoring systems are tempting choices for gathering performance metrics, but they usually end up having to trade off resolution for economy of storage and rarely have a resolution higher than 1 samp
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Announcement, Product
Let’s get back to basics and ask, why monitor your systems and applications? The answer is simple, as the person responsible for making sure your systems and applications are working, you need infor
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Conceptual, Product
Software systems need to be built with observability in mind. Observability allows you to look inside running software to understand how it’s operating and to help find issues.
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Announcement, Product
Instana came out of stealth mode a week ago and the response we have received was just bigger than we have ever expected. More then 5,000 people have visited our website and lots of them also tried ou
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Announcement, Conceptual
Welcome to the first ever blog posting from Instana! We founded Instana because we noticed that the world of system and application performance managment was too complicated.
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