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In Lightstep, you can add deployment markers to the Service Health for Deployments view so that you can easily see when service versions change, and if the change affects performance in any way.
A standard method of identifying the root cause of a performance regression is to manually comb through traces and search for common system attributes associated with that regression. With Correlations, Lightstep helps you find attributes correlated with latency and errors automatically.
Integrate and see Lightstep dashboards in Grafana. Clicking a Lightstep dashboard in Grafana takes you directly to Lightstep where you can continue your investigation.
You can use Lightstep not only to monitor your services after a deploy, but also to compare performance over specific time periods and then dig into details to find the differences that caused the issue.
Lightstep offers a way to see how your deployments (even partial deployments) affect your service performance.
Create Streams to view historical span and trace data and monitor your services.
Lightstep's Explorer view allows you to query all span data currently in the Satellites to see what's going on. You create Snapshots that are durably persisted, allowing you to view performance at a certain point in time and share that Snapshot with others. You can see real-time span data, filter and group that data, and drill down on common attributes that may be causing latency.
Lightstep offers a way to quickly see how all your services and their operations are performing in one place - the Service Directory view.
You can use Lightstep's Service diagram to get an aggregate view of trace data as a request travels through your system. The Service diagram provides a visual, interactive, and hierarchical representation of a system’s behavior for a given point in time.
You use the Trace view to see a full trace from beginning to end of a request. The Trace view shows you a flame graph of the full trace (each service a different color) and below that, each span is shown in a hierarchy, allowing you to see the parent-child relationship of all the spans in the trace. Errors are shown in red.