Integrating with IOpipe

Guides on instrumenting your AWS Lambda functions with IOpipe

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Written by Adam Johnson and Michael Lavers

Using Lambda Layers

Add IOpipe to your functions with zero code changes using AWS Lambda Layers
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Installing IOpipe with your functions

Getting started with IOpipe
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Tracing your AWS Lambda functions

Performance tracing for AWS Lambda serverless apps. See where time is spent. Trace HTTP, APIs, Database calls, code, anything.
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Creating labels

How to label your invocations from within your function
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Using custom metrics

Expose data from inside your functions for observability and search
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Auto-Labeling your Lambda Function Invocations

What is automatically labelled and which agents support auto labelling
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Profiling your functions

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Set up IOpipe with AWS Lambda in a dedicated VPC (NAT Gateway)

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Ports and DNS entries required for IOpipe

IOpipe security group ports and DNS entries
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Integrate with Slack

How to grant IOpipe access to your Slack team.
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Integrate with PagerDuty

Send IOpipe alerts to PagerDuty
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Logging Your Functions

The IOpipe Logger Plugin allows you to log arbitrary messages during function invocation.
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Written by Michael Lavers
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