Trace filtering is now available! Take it for a whirl in order to search the full text of a span tree. Check it out on your favorite baffling trace!
Trace filtering is now available!
Tracing: Edit and run queries from span details!
The Tracing sidebar now has query menus for each field, so you can run queries from span details!
We now support Okta as an Identity Provider. If you're using Okta, head to the setup guide here to get things hooked up.
As a team owner, you can also now turn off SSO.
New and improved time picker
We're excited to release some long-awaited changes to our time picker, featuring:
- A more forgiving and predictable custom date/time parser (for both relative and absolute ranges!)
- Granularity controls in the top-level time picker
- Shorter quick-pick time ranges
- Inline cues for how far back in time you can query, and how much data is in your Fast Query Window.
Jump Back and Forth in Time
Have you ever wondered what your system was doing in the same time period, but back a couple hours? We've added buttons to let you jump backwards and forwards in time.
Select your time frame, for example: "Last 30 minutes", then click back to jump back that amount of time in your data.
BubbleUp and Traces Work Better Together
We've just updated BubbleUp so that it knows better how to handle columns without values. The donut charts at top right help see how many values in a column are defined. (They replace the old no value message.)
New Ways to Navigate Traces
We have added a new menu on the trace inspector that allows you to collapse and expand ALL spans that:
- Are at the same depth as the selected span.
- Have the same ServiceName and Name as the selected span.
This will allow you to more quickly get an overview of a trace, as well as find spans that you think are interesting inside of a trace.
Query History Search
You can now use the new search functionality to recall the queries you constructed in the past, see how your teammates solve problems, or replay the debugging steps of an incident.
LOG10 for Derived Columns
We've added a new function to the derived column language,
LOG10. It computes the base-10 logarithm of the input number. This can be helpful for working with columns with very broad ranges of values.
Go SDK v1.9.1 released, with more effective event isolation
libhoney-go v1.9.1 has been published, now with
Client objects for more effective event isolation.
This change may be particularly useful for users interested in isolating separate connections (or send queues) to Honeycomb: for example, if you'd like to take advantage of multiple
libhoney.Configs (see godoc) in order to define custom
No published changelogs yet.
Surely Honeycomb will start publishing changelogs very soon.
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