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Background and context A feature we use heavily with Instana is the ability to capture custom HTTP request headers. This gives us a great ability to analyse the data, slice and dice based on filters and groups on headers. A couple of simple exampl...
Filter on exit endpoints (Capture http headers for exit calls)
Hello, We are facing an issue due to restrictions in Instana. We can't get contextual informations on endpoints going to non instrumented applications.The consequence is that we can't manage incidents the same way if they come from an internal or ...
Hello, Recently we have been trying to add our AWS Lambdas to our instana monitoring. We successfully added the node package where it was needed and got good results on lambda call via Messaging (like SQS) or Api Gateways. But we have a problem wh...
Analytics: Filter backend calls based on origin == mobile app
Background and context The context of this idea is that Instana is monitoring a backend api + a mobile app which is using that backend api. In this scenario there is a risk of getting other sources of traffic (scraping bots, malicious actors, frau...
Capture number of batched statements in JDBC tracing
The Java JDBC instrumentation picks up calls to org.postgresql.jdbc.PgPreparedStatement#executeBatch. It would be great if Instana's tracing would also pick up (as in attach to the span and present in the UI), the number of batched SQL statements ...
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