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Debug Problems in Microservices

Tap into different types of microservices data with a tool designed to make debugging processes easier and faster.


Using multiple monitoring tools makes debugging harder

Developers need a combination of different types of application data, such as logs, metrics, traces and profiles for their services. But sending each data type to a different tool with its own interface and workflows makes it harder to put together a clear picture of the issue that needs to be addressed.


A unified observability platform for all data

All your data in one place All your data in one place

All your data in one place

View all the logs, metrics and traces you need to troubleshoot issues in one screen.

Scaleable custom metrics Scaleable custom metrics

Scaleable custom metrics

Tie your metrics to business KPIs and alert on important issues.

See ALL transactions See ALL transactions

See ALL transactions

No need to reproduce issues. When notified of an issue, simply search for the relevant transactions.

granular accurate alerts

Granular, accurate alerts on service issues

Instrument custom metrics to improve detection and isolation of problems in your service. The more detailed and granular the metric, the more it helps you understand the issue. Splunk’s metrics engine is designed from the ground-up for large scale deployments.

Splunk Observability helps us see clearly into our complex environment, allowing us to act based on data so we can deliver on our mission to help customers build better products, faster.

Glenn Trattner, Chief Operating Officer, Quantum Metric
diagnose accurate root cause

Diagnose accurate root cause within a service

Click to see whether issues are caused by the infrastructure, the network, a third party service or a poor database query. And with AlwaysOn Code Profiling you can see how much memory and CPU each line of code consumes to spot problematic code.

Splunk Observability gave Rappi the ability to prioritize putting the fire out by focusing on the right alerts. Since technology-related alerts, business-related alerts, operations-related etc. alerts all live in Splunk Observability, we are able to really pinpoint where the problem is and to concentrate on fixing it faster.

Alejandro Comisario, Executive Vice President of Engineering, Rappi

Instrument your code for the last time

With Splunk, you have peace of mind knowing that once you instrument your code with OpenTelemetry, you can send your data to any observability vendor without needing to re-instrument if you change tools or build new applications.

We could bake OpenTelemetry into our architecture from day one because we have Splunk, who is the number-one contributor to OpenTelemetry and way ahead of the curve on this.

Sean Schade, Principal Architect,
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