Honeycomb Learn Ep. 4: Bubble-Up to Spot Outliers in Production
The power of Honeycomb lies in the way you analyze production data using different interactive views. See what's happening across many dimensions (fields) in your system with BubbleUp. Pick the timeframe, breakdown by any field, such as customer name or ID, then filter by a specific dataset or where any errors occur. The query results are heatmap that highlight events over the baseline, over time.
Use BubbleUp to select outliers on the heatmap and drill down to all related fields in that data. It will help you understand which part of the code is misbehaving.
In this Episode of #HNYLearn, we will show:
*how heatmaps illustrate added dimensionality
*BubbleUp and Tracing views work side-by-side for even greater context
*BubbleUp lets you drill down to see exactly where problems occur... blazing fast!
See a Honeycomb product demo and learn the value of real-time analysis across system events to not only troubleshoot issues but also to understand how production is behaving right now.
RecordedMay 14 202037 mins
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