What is Honeycomb?
We built Honeycomb to answer the hard questions that come up when you're trying to operate your software–to debug microservices, serverless, distributed systems, polyglot persistence, containers, and a world of fast, parallel deploys.
Honeycomb is a tool in the Performance Monitoring category of a tech stack.
Who uses Honeycomb?
19 companies reportedly use Honeycomb in their tech stacks, including LaunchDarkly, CircleCI, and FISPAN.
50 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Honeycomb.
Pros of Honeycomb
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- High-performance querying against high-cardinality or sparse events.
- Accepts any structured JSON objects with a write key.
- Submit events via API.
- Open source agents, log tailers, SDKs, and integrations.
- Customizable high-performance query windows.
- Customizable storage windows provide control over retention and costs.
- Always have access to the the raw data behind query results and graphs.
- Shared boards.
- Individual and team query histories.
- Triggers and notifications.
- Secure Tenancy for data compliance.
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