With application data observability from Neblic, you can monitor your application's inputs, outputs, and everything in between to better understand bugs and get alerted when something goes wrong.
Use Neblic's Sampler integrations to get data from different points of interest in your application. Relevant Kafka Topics, 3rd party APIs or key microservices that you'd want to keep tabs on, and to keep your production enviroment under control.
Having all the data under a single pane of glass allows you quickly find the issue, and find where it started. 3rd party API changed its schema? Service update that broke a transformation? Find what, where and when.
Once you've identified root cause, you can start testing a solution. With Neblic also deployed in Dev or Stage enviroments, you can even compare results in real time between enviroments. Find, fix, compare, ship.
Data observability allows you to monitor your application to ensure it is functioning correctly by looking at the actual application data. This enables any developer or DevOps to better troubleshoot a service misbehaving and finding out root cause, even if they don't have expertise into that part of the application.
Having a single view of your application through a single pane of glass enables anyone to understand each service's function and gain valuable context, without requiring specialized domain knowledge.
Monitoring the application in real time lets us detect any issues just as they happen, and alert so it can be acted upon before customers need to tell you what is happening.
By looking at the application data and understanding it, Neblic is able to level up any developer to troubleshoot issues on any service, even if they don't have domain expertise in it.
Answering the questions that your APM stack just can't
By monitoring actual application data in real time, you can get precise understanding of what the issue is, and go back in time to where it started.
Deploy Samplers in Points of Interest in your application, and track down the source of the issues.
What events made it fail? an unexpected null value? a change of schema? Easily track it down.
Single point of authentication to all of your services. Query the data using a unified interface, regardless of what the underlying system is.
3rd party applications no longer need to be a mistery. Monitor and track the data they send at point of ingest.
Data streaming, event based, request/response, Microservices, different architectures or all combined in a single app. One unique way to observe them all.