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Category: Customer Stories, Engineering, Thought Leadership
Adopting DevOps and implementing Kubernetes helped Allbound innovate rapidly. Here is how Instana helps them the gain visibility needed to fine-tune their application, maximize resources in their clou
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Blog illustrations Instana
Category: Thought Leadership
While sampling can add value when full visibility is not possible, application observability is the worst possible place to apply the statistical concept.
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The Best Kubernetes Monitoring eBook on the Planet
Category: Announcement, Product, Thought Leadership
Kubernetes helps manage containerized environments, but it doesn't consider performance and it doesn't know about applications. See why K8S is great, where it falters, and how APM can bridge the gap.
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Observability Best Practices for AWS Lambda Functions
Category: Announcement, Developer, Featured, Product, Thought Leadership
Lambda functions require a different approach to monitoring - traditional methods (sampling or manual instrumentation) simply fall short for monitoring and tracing Lambda functions.
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Instana Recognized in the April 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring Report
Category: Announcement, Featured, Thought Leadership
Context Guide: When you're troubleshooting application issues you need immediate access to all dependent components including their health and KPIs
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Category: Customer Stories, Featured, Thought Leadership
A huge monolithic application. No documentation. A major project to fully migrate to the cloud. What was the DevOps team at uShip to do?
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Happy Fifth Birthday to Instana!!!!!
Category: Announcement, Featured, Thought Leadership
Happy birthday Instana! What is so special about our company that has helped us make it to such a major milestone?
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Scaling Microservices: Understanding Performance and Observability
Category: Conceptual, Featured, Thought Leadership
Kubernetes has accelerated the complexity of software development. The industry needs observerability to manage these emerging systems.
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Category: Developer, Featured, Thought Leadership
Writing microservices is not only using frameworks, but using patterns like Circuit Breakers and Timeouts to secure communication between services. See the concepts and how they can be used together.

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