Below are a few examples from the Helios Sandbox of how true E2E observability over applicative flows look like when payloads are also collected and all the data relevant for troubleshooting is easily accessible through a single trace.
Once payloads are collected, it's possible to set labels, alerts and notifications based on the conditions that matter to you.
With the payloads available, it's possible to generate code automatically that can run the operations and business logic captured in a trace. This code can be useful to replay flows when debugging issues, or to build E2E tests for higher confidence and overall product quality.
This is just a glimpse of how powerful access to payloads is when building, delivering and maintaining distributed applications.
You can control and adapt the way payloads are collected to meet your team's specific privacy needs by leveraging the various sensitive information collection controls built into Helios.
Helios is a a dev-first observability platform that helps dev and ops teams shorten the time to find and fix issues in distributed applications. Built on OpenTelemetry, Helios provides traces and correlates them with logs and metrics, enabling end-to-end app visibility and faster troubleshooting.
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