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Category: AWS X-Ray

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Discover application issues and get notifications with AWS X-Ray Insights

Today, AWS X-Ray is pleased to announce the general availability of Insights, a feature that helps you proactively detect performance issues in your applications. AWS X-Ray helps developers and DevOps engineers analyze and debug production environments and distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. Using anomaly detection, X-Ray Insights determines if the […]

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AWS Management and Governance at Re:Invent 2020

AWS re:Invent is always an exciting time of the year to engage with our customers to learn, and share information about our services and features. Due to the current pandemic, re:Invent is pivoting to a free and virtual format presented across 3 weeks from November 30 to December 18 this year. Yes, you read that […]

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How to configure AWS X-Ray tracing for your AWS Batch jobs

Many customers implement business processes as batch workloads. End-to-end visibility into those workloads can help you identify bottlenecks in the batch jobs. In this blog post, I will show how to configure AWS X-Ray for your AWS Batch workloads in an automated way and present a sample application to visualize the collected X-Ray traces. AWS Batch is a […]

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Cloud native application monitoring for AWS

Cloud Native Application Monitoring for AWS

This blog post will show you how DXC used AWS management tools and services to create a custom cloud native application monitoring framework. DXC made this advanced monitoring offering available to their customers, which resulted in improved customer satisfaction. The business driver DXC has a robust set of tools and capabilities to solve customers’ application […]

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Improve governance and business agility using AWS Management and Governance videos – part 2

This blog post highlights newly published videos on the AWS Management and Governance YouTube channel that help you enable, provision, and operate your AWS environments effectively. The first part of this blog series was published last spring. The objective of these video-based, hands-on solutions is to enable you to innovate faster while maintaining control over […]

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Distributed Tracing using AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

More and more applications are being developed using serverless architectures with multiple microservices. Customers use managed AWS services including AWS Lambda, Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS running on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) and AWS Fargate for running their code along with services like Amazon API Gateway, Amazon SNS, Amazon SQS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon S3, and others. Developers use multiple […]

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Real-time alerts on X-Ray Insights

Send real-time alerts about application anomalies using AWS X-Ray insights

Today AWS X-Ray launches support for notifications to its insights. This means that on an X-Ray group where insights are enabled, you can now configure notifications to be sent to Amazon EventBridge. Through the use of anomaly detection, AWS X-Ray helps you analyze and debug distributed applications. AWS X-Ray Insights uses anomaly detection to create actionable insights […]

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Analyze and debug applications using AWS X-Ray trace data with Grafana

Analyze and debug applications using AWS X-Ray trace data with Grafana

Today, AWS and Grafana Labs are making available a free and open-source AWS X-Ray data source plugin. You can use the latest release of Grafana (version 7.2.0 or later) to visualize AWS X-Ray traces directly in your Grafana dashboards in order to triage performance issues in applications instrumented with X-Ray. This enables you to build a single […]

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Dynamically adjusting X-Ray sampling rules

In a distributed system environment, tracing service-to-service interactions is essential to easily identify service bottlenecks, faults, and errors. AWS X-Ray allows you to set up tracing on your applications hosted on a variety of compute environments, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Amazon Elastic […]

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Actionable Insights based on anomaly detection in AWS X-Ray

Today, we launched in public preview X-Ray Insights, a new feature of AWS X-Ray, which uses anomaly detection to create actionable insights about any anomalies in your application. AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug distributed applications. With this launch, you will be able to proactively identify issues in your applications caused by increases in the […]

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