Microservices / K8s

Decouple data collection from CI/CD pipelines and gain observability into your microservices
By allowing to resolve issues faster than before, Rookout eases the transition from a Monolith to Kubernetes

In 2018, Maverik began replacing its legacy Java monolith architecture with modern Java-based microservices running on a Kubernetes stack. Realizing the traditional debugging approach will become challenging when the new microservices solution is released to production, Maverik turned to Rookout.

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Get the data you need on-the-fly with Non-Breaking Breakpoints

  • Get your devs the data they need - without stopping, rebuilding, or redeploying
  • Use non-breaking breakpoints to get the application state, including the full stack trace and local and global variables
  • Help your team gain remote visibility into VMs, containers, Kubernetes, ECS, and more
  • Your team can debug in different languages and locations without changing views or tools

Debugging microservices - as easy as if they were running on your laptop

  • Select the deployment, namespace or cluster you need
  • Simultaneously collect data from all relevant pods and containers
  • Easily filter the results using conditions and tracing

Deliver your data anywhere

  • Pipeline data in real-time to wherever you need it, maximizing your dev's efficiency and minimizing overhead fees
  • Promote team collaboration and resolve issues faster by sharing data
  • Rookout integrates with Datadog, Logz.io, Prometheus, and many more
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