What is Lumigo?
With a single click and no manual code changes, Lumigo visualizes your entire serverless environment, allowing you to see the full story of every transaction or request from beginning to end.
Lumigo is a tool in the Cloud Monitoring category of a tech stack.
Who uses Lumigo?
29 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Lumigo.
Pros of Lumigo
Saves hour debugging
Detecting and mitigating latencies
Great customer support
- End-to-end transaction flow and issue detection
- Rich debugging information
- One-click distributed tracing
- Latency timeline
- Smart alerts
- Anomaly detection
- Clear architecture view
- Serverless-Spesific smart alerts
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