“Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get.”
Welcome back to our monthly product updates - SigNal! So happy to share with everyone that we were trending on the first page of Hacker news over the weekend, and the whole team was so upbeat about it.
Have you been waiting to start making open-source contributions? There can never be a better time than Hacktoberfest.
Cloud computing and containerization have brought many benefits to IT systems, like speed to market and on-demand scaling. But it has also increased operational complexity. Applications built on dynamic and distributed infrastructure are challenging to operate and maintain. A robust observability framework can help application owners stay on top of their software systems.
Distributed tracing helps you track requests across services and understand issues affecting your application performance. In distributed cloud architecture, debugging performance issues is complicated. Distributed tracing gives visibility to teams on how a user request performs across different services, protocols, and cloud infrastructure.
In this article, learn how to setup application monitoring for Node.js apps with our open-source solution, SigNoz.
OpenTelemetry is an open-source project under the Cloud Native Computing Foundation(CNCF) that aims to standardize the generation and collection of telemetry data. The telemetry data helps developer, DevOps and IT teams to keep a check on their application health.
The telemetry data collected by OpenTelemetry consist of logs, metrics, and traces. Together, they are used for performance monitoring and observability in distributed systems.
"In my book, experience outranks everything."
Welcome back to our monthly product updates - SigNal! The latest release of SigNoz is now available with Logs management. You can use SigNoz as your one-stop open source observability solution with logs, metrics, and traces under a single pane of glass.
N+1 query problem is a problem in database retrieval where the related entities of an object are queried individually from a database, leading to O(n) queries where n is the number of related entities of the object.
Mouthful of words, I agree 🙂
Let’s take an example to illustrate what it means.
Wherever you read about observability, you are told that there are "3 pillars" of observability -
An image that is generally projected is something like this.