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Category: AWS X-Ray

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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Featured Image - Adjusting X-Ray sampling rules dynamically using CloudWatch Alarms

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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