Software teams today are tasked with delivering automation across a diverse set of DevOps workflows. They must support a broad portfolio of applications and tools, while also serving the needs of different personas, inlcuding developers, SREs, and QA testers. The characteristics of open source software very much lend themselves to meeting these challenges, as OSS can be much easier (and cheaper) to integrate with elements in your pipeline than other solutions.
For the past few years, microservice-style architecture has been very popular, to the point where software projects fail to consider other options. Instead of asking themselves, “Should we use microservices?” developers just assume the answer is yes.
DevOps teams can send real-time logs to 27 and counting supported endpoints. Default log fields are automatically exposed to better determine the root cause of any issue. DevOps teams can also capture custom event details.