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With this release we officially launch Instana’s support for Google Cloud Run in Technical Preview.
Google Cloud Run is a serverless compute engine for containers that removes the need to provision and manage servers.
You can now seamlessly trace all calls in your applications running on Cloud Run and collect metrics for Google Cloud Run service revisions with Instana, without any code change. This gives you full visibility into your Cloud Run resources and their performance. Tracing is currently supported for the Node.js and Go runtime, more runtimes will follow very soon.
Check out our Google Cloud Run documentation to get started.
Following the deprecation of Helm Hub, we launched a new, shiny, Instana-specific Helm repository at https://agents.instana.io/helm. We will make the sources available soon, so that you can open PRs again. (And you do open cool PRs!) Documentation and in-product guidance is also going to be updated soon.
By the way, if you snoop into that repository, you might find something else very interesting to play with ;-)
Go to Settings > Account & Billing to find your basic account info, the Billing Usage for the entire account and for each unit and the technologies monitored.
- Remote download of log-files from the Agent dashboard
- Go: as of
cloud.google.com/goinstrumentation package supports tracing calls via the Google Cloud Pub/Sub.
- Application Perspectives: HTTP status code chart becomes available on Application and Service dashboards if the Application or Service has HTTP endpoints.
- HTTPd: HTTPd instance name/label now includes PID and listen address to distinguish multiple instances running on a single host.