Migrating from Epsagon is easy

“You just flip a switch and it works” - Matt Corley, Colorcast

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Why should you make the move?

  • Transaction-centric approach provides a bird-eye view of all transactions, their entry point, services, duration, cost, and issues. 
  • With Live Tail see immediate invocations, and reduce dev/testing cycle times 
  • Receive Alerts on AWS direct resources (API GWs, SNS/SQS, Kinesis, etc)
  • Support all AWS resources, including EventBridge, DDB Streams, Kinesis Streams, all async processes (queues, etc.)
  • Dedicated API GWs monitoring

Leverage visual debugging to uncover issues in seconds

Lumigo builds a virtual stack trace of all services participating in the transaction including {keyword: AWS Lambda functions}. All services and functions are displayed in a visual, searchable map. You can filter visual data across payloads, functions, traces, services, APIs, and more with zero code changes.

Get to the root cause faster

Apply automated distributed tracing to quickly visualize {keyword: AWS Lambda functions} and drilldown into the end-to-end execution duration of each service, uncover which services run sequentially and in parallel, and effortlessly troubleshoot your worst latency issues.

Combine cost and performance metrics in one

Remove data silos and get all the information you need to improve user experience, reduce downtime, and to cut Cloud costs immediately at activation.

How to get started?

There are several methods for removing Epsagon. Choosing the best one depends on how you installed Epsagon in the first place. See the full list below:

Auto-tracing

In your Epsagon account, go to Functions, select all functions and click Disable Auto-Tracing from the Actions menu.

Manual wrappers

Simply delete the instrumentation code that was inserted manually

Lambda layers

If you installed Epsagon by changing your functions handlers into Epsagon wrappers and put Epsagon layers to your function configurations:

The handlers of your functions should be reset, and you should remove the Epsagon layer and any environment variables that you have configured.

The Serverless Framework plugin

Use the following command to uninstall:

serverless plugin uninstall –name serverless-plugin-epsagon

This will uninstall the plugin and remove it from the plugins list in serverless.yml. The Epsagon component can be removed entirely by removing it in the custom of serverless.yml.

CloudWatch

Follow these steps to remove CloudWatch log collection:
In your Epsagon account, go to Teams
Select the desired team
Remove the AWS IAM role

Remove the IAM role you created when you set up your Epsagon account.

Start monitoring serverless today

  • Real-time debugging with Live-Tail

    Live-Tail mimics a rolling log of your entire system and captures all your lambda invocations in real-time. Easily view your logs, events, execution tags, and more details.

  • Trace Distributed Transactions

    Trace your distributed transactions and visualize your entire environment with one click and no manual code changes. Access rich payload data to dig down the root causes of errors and latencies within your distributed transactions.

Lambda invocations monitored by Lumigo:

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