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Add Support for node18 with Lambda Runtime Native Tracing
Maximum Node version currently supported with Lambda is 16, as can be seen here: https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/instana-observability/243?topic=kinesis-aws-lambda-native-tracing-nodejs#supported-runtimes Node 16 is end of life 2023-09-11, with likely...
support NodeJS PrismaORM or the DB dependencies thereof
Instana currently does not auto discover DB queries made to MySQL through the PrismaORM package (https://www.prisma.io/). Presumably it's not Prisma that needs to be instrumented, but rather the DB Driver it uses (MariaDB?).
Couchbase DB support (couchbase client lib) for Nodejs APPs
It is a big disappointment that Nodejs Apps are not monitored for couchbase DB connections. Same is available for .NetCore . Can we please work on this. I am pretty sure it may not be big change , for us it is a blocker to product we are using cou...
Currently, the NodeJS instrumentation for AWS Lambda only supports CommonJS modules. As of earlier this year, AWS Lambda supports ES Modules which bring a variety of benefits. Because of this, we're having to manually trace NodeJS lambdas.
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