Newly launched startup spins out of Atlassian-acquired, incident-management company OpsGenie and achieves Advanced Technology Partner status with AWS.
BOSTON, MA (November 29, 2018)--Thundra, the newly launched observability company for serverless environments, today announced the release Thundra Layers for AWS Lambda. The company also announced it has achieved Advanced Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).
We are excited to announce that Thundra now supports integration with our new partner, Honeycomb!
Honeycomb and Thundra are a natural fit for partnership as both of our organizations are focused on observability. Thundra provides full visibility to AWS Lambda serverless environments and has the ability to extract valuable, detailed information about how your application is performance. Honeycomb excels providing the tools and capabilities for you to deeply query and manipulate their data and traces, allowing you to gain insight into critical issues in real time.
With serverless applications becoming more and more popular, users are looking for ways to analyze their serverless data in their favorite platforms, alongside their other enterprise data. When serverless data such as Thundra's is queried using a powerful platform like Honeycomb, you are able to additionally combine serverless with other datasets and set up dashboards for the whole stack of services in your use case. Want to learn more about common challenges observing serverless environments? Register for our webinar to join a discussion with Thundra and Honeycomb!
Using Thundra’s Honeycomb integration, the serverless community will now be able to visualize data generated by Thundra in their Honeycomb deployment, including:
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- THE THUNDRA TEAM
We are excited to announce that Thundra is now generally available to the public!
Built for straightforward observability, monitoring, and debugging, Thundra provides deep insight into your entire serverless environment. Thundra collects and aggregates logs, traces, and metrics more broadly and in more depth than what AWS natively provides, allowing you to:
Read a message about why we built Thundra and what's new from our Founder, Serkan Özal.
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