Chronosphere Lens Released
November 08, 2023
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Chronosphere announced the availability of Chronosphere Lens, a new way to interact with metrics, traces, and events in a single, automatically generated, service-oriented view.

The company also announced Change Event Tracking and other features that empower developers with additional context and clarity. Collectively, these features are designed to help bring observability data into focus.

Chronosphere Lens brings familiar service-oriented observability principles to the cloud native era. Its main goal is to speak the language of developers, who today must keep track of not just how their system is architected and operated, but also how to use the observability tools that measure performance and reliability.

- By automatically generating and maintaining service-oriented views based on real-time cloud native telemetry streams, Chronosphere Lens offers a single, up-to-date, and consistent perspective of system health.

- The unified approach and seamless correlation of metrics, traces and events allows teams to pinpoint and resolve issues more efficiently, eliminating the cognitive dissonance often experienced with traditional tools, and ultimately reducing downtime and operational overhead.

- With less setup hassle, Chronosphere Lens enables engineering teams to focus more on what truly matters—building innovative, revenue-generating features that address customer needs.

Change Event Tracking is a set of features within Chronosphere that gives developers instant insight into what changes introduced problems across their infrastructure, applications or business, via integrations with various DevOps and PaaS tools.

- Chronosphere centralizes and correlates this information in the context of metrics and traces, offering a cohesive view and actionable information.

- Improved context around changes and anomalies directly contributes to faster problem-solving and improved developer productivity, freeing up resources for more innovative tasks.

“Chronosphere Lens simplifies observability for developers and ultimately helps engineering teams save time and reduce costs,” said Martin Mao, CEO and Founder, Chronosphere. “On top of building tools that are faster, more reliable, and more scalable, we also want to reduce operational complexity for our customers. Saving end users time, effort, and cognitive overhead is just as important to us as serving faster queries and providing industry-leading uptime.”

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