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Category: Announcement
Writing support code for creating custom spans can be boring and tedious. For that reason, Instana created a Plugin for the famous JetBrains IDEs like IntelliJ or PhpStorm.
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Category: Developer, Featured, Product
Writing concurrent code doesn't have to be hard. Kotlin Co-Routines provide developers with a solution to ease the development of highly concurrent applications or services. Deploying those systems, h
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Category: Announcement, Featured, Product
Building services and functions in AWS Lambda is a fun experience and provides us with quick results, especially during, but not limited to, prototyping. But combining applications from multiple AWS L
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Category: Announcement, Developer, Featured, Thought Leadership
GraphQL provides an efficient and flexible approach to query or mutate data off of a Web API. Therefore GraphQL builds on the foundation of HTTP transport, however, instead of using multiple endpoints
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Category: Announcement, Developer, Featured, Product
Many companies use .NET and the .NET Core Framework to build business critical systems. For that reason, Instana AutoTrace integrates the functionality to automatically enhance existing services with
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Category: Engineering
Writing software services and applications has never been easier. An unbelievable number of tools, frameworks and programming languages is available to us as a developer, and new ones show up every ot
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Category: Announcement, Developer, Featured, Product, Thought Leadership
With Instana's Pipeline Feedback, the first automatic analysis of application development and deployment pipeline events, correlated directly with application, infrastructure and service performance d
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Category: Developer, Featured, Thought Leadership
The Quarkus framework, developed by Red Hat, combined with the GraalVM compiler creates natively compiled executables using the Java language. With fast bootup times and small sized executables offers
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Category: Developer, Featured, Thought Leadership
Kubernetes seems to be everywhere as organizations of all sizes continue to migrate workloads to microservices. How do you break through the black box of Kubernetes to understand how your applications

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