Migrating from IOpipe to Lumigo

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A removals truck representing a user moving from IOpipe to Lumigo.

You’ve no doubt heard that IOpipe has been acquired by New Relic (congratulations to both).

As part of the acquisition, New Relic has said it intends to retire the IOpipe platform in the next 30 days.

If you’re currently relying on the IOpipe platform to monitor and debug your serverless application you have an important decision to make.

What next for IOpipe users?

One option is to try out New Relic’s serverless monitoring functionality. Although you need to take into account that this is a general-purpose monitoring solution, not a dedicated serverless monitoring platform, and a very expensive one at that.

Another good option is to try out a different serverless-focused monitoring platform, like Lumigo. After all, only a SaaS dedicated to serverless is able to quickly adjust and respond to the constant stream of feature updates and functionality optimizations being introduced by the AWS serverless team.

Lumigo covers the three pillars of observability:

  • Logging (including automated log correlation)
  • Smart alerting (both out-of-the-box alerts and user-configurable)
  • Automated traceability (applying distributed tracing without any coding from your side). 

Furthermore, the platform provides detailed information for cost optimization, as well as auto-generated debugging info (virtual stack-trace).

Lumigo – Committed to Serverless

Lumigo is a platform created by serverless developers for serverless developers. Not only have we spent the last two years building the platform on a 100% AWS serverless backend, but we rely on it completely in order to monitor and debug our own environment.

If you want to make sense of your serverless application, gain insights, slash troubleshooting time and reduce costs, Lumigo is the platform you need as part of your environment. 

But don’t take our word for it! You can try Lumigo for yourself. It’s totally free to start using and onboarding takes less than 5 minutes. Get started here

And one last thing, if you need to migrate your IOpipe alerts, we’ve got you covered.