Nitzan Shapira
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Nitzan Shapira

I am a software engineer with over 12 years of experience in programming, machine learning, cyber-security, and reverse engineering. Apart from Epsagon, I enjoy playing the piano, I am a traveling enthusiast, an experienced chess player, and addicted to sports.

Today, at Epsagon, we are announcing our agentless tracing and logging tool for modern applications. Our SaaS solution now extends beyond AWS Lambdas and is now geared for con...

In “2001: A Space Odyssey,” the course of human history is managed by strange and forbidding black monoliths. Monolithic applications can often seem as strange and enigmat...

Troubleshooting serverless applications has been one of the major benefits for Epsagon's users from day one. Finding the root cause of complex issues is accelerated to minutes...

Business applications have to be up and running, and issues need to be fixed quickly — this well-known fact also applies, of course, to companies running distributed and hig...

Serverless, the concept of running software without managing infrastructure, is often coupled with pay-per-use. Services, such as AWS Lambda, serve as an example: for ever...

Another week, another feature! In the process of gaining observability and solving errors in your AWS Lambda functions, we're launching today the new Epsagon Issue Manag...

From the first day, one of Epsagon's main goals was to reduce the troubleshooting time of complex issues. Serverless applications are distributed, and as such, they have many ...

We're announcing a new feature today at Epsagon, which makes troubleshooting easier than ever. From the functions view, you can now drill-down into a specific function invocat...

We're announcing today a new feature - you can now see your Lambda function triggers using Epsagon's automatic function scanning. See them in action in the functions page of o...

Just a week after announcing the general availability of our automated instrumentation for Go, we are thrilled to announce today that our Java automated instrumentation librar...

After many requests, we are excited to officially release today our instrumentation library for the Go programming language. The library is available on our GitHub repository....

The primary problem most developers report with using serverless in production is observability. When things start performing poorly or behaving badly, red teams are left digg...

Our live demo environment is up and running! After many requests, we’ve decided to open today the live demo environment of Epsagon. It is easily accessible via this lin...

I'm incredibly excited to announce that Epsagon has officially launched today its observability and cost monitoring platform for serverless applications. It is available on th...

We are excited to announce that Epsagon is now an AWS Advanced Technology Partner. This status is the advanced tier of the APN (AWS Partner Network). Epsagon achieved this st...

Serverless deployment is a key consideration when starting to write software using Function-as-a-Service services such as AWS Lambda. In the beginning, the default cloud vendo...

In this post, I'm covering five approaches for gaining observability in serverless (FaaS based) systems. I hope that it can help developers, system architects, and DevOps engi...

In this post, I will explain how we utilize serverless Slack bots in Epsagon, demonstrate their value, and provide an example — including corresponding open source code, usi...

Most developers agree that AWS Lambda is a great service. It’s cheap and easy to start with. It’s scalable. And most importantly — it just works. But there are challe...