Topic: grafana labs

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Grafana Beyla

In an effort to simplify application observability adoption, Grafana introduces Grafana Beyla, an open-source eBPF auto-instrumentation tool currently in public preview.  Beyla offers span information for fundamental transactions and RED metrics (Rate-Errors-Duration) for Linux HTTP/S and gRPC services, all without the need for manual code modifications to insert probes. eBPF, short for Extended Berkeley Packet … continue reading

Report: Tool sprawl and data source overload challenges over half of organizations

Grafana Labs has announced the findings from the Grafana Labs Observability Survey 2023, revealing that 52% of companies are currently using six or more observability tools, leading tool sprawl and data source overload to become key challenges.  With this, 11% of respondents stated that they are using sixteen or more different observability tools in their … continue reading

Auto-resolve PagerDuty incidents in LogDNA

ITOps Times news digest: LogDNA and PagerDuty integration, Opsera and HashiCorp partnership, and Grafana Labs funding

LogDNA has announced a new feature for its PagerDuty integration: the ability to auto-resolve PagerDuty Incidents. This enables SREs to be more confident in when an incident is truly over and eliminates the need to manually go through logs and monitor infrastructure to determine when a system is back up.  Customers can define a number … continue reading

Grafana Labs raises $24 million for composable observability platform

Grafana Labs just announced the completion of a Series A funding round of $24 million. The round was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners with participation from Lead Edge Capital. Grafana Labs is known for its open-source projects Grafana and Loki. Grafana allows teams to query, visualize, and alert on metrics and logs. Loki is a … continue reading Protection Status

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