|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Dev Tools for the Serverless World - Issues, PRs and ⭐️welcome!|
|Dataflow Ops||81||5 days ago||apache-2.0||Python|
|Project demonstrating how to automate Prefect 2.0 deployments to AWS ECS Fargate|
|Automated tracing library for Node.js 8.x, 10.x, 12.x, and 14.x ⚡️|
|Epsagon Python||54||1||1||5 months ago||307||June 08, 2022||7||mit||Python|
|Automated tracing library for Python 2.7, 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8 ⚡️|
|Epsagon Go||27||a year ago||mit||Go|
|Automated tracing library for Go 1.x ⚡️|
|Awesome Papers||27||16 days ago|
|Awesome-papers is a collection of awesome papers about cloud computing including resource management, serverless, microservice, observerbility and so on.|
|Recap.dev Server||22||2 years ago||mit||Shell|
|recap.dev is an open-source cloud observability solution for modern serverless applications. It includes resource access tracking, cost and error analytics, and more.|
|Better Apis Workshop||19||3 months ago||mit||TypeScript|
|Workshop and demo for improving API quality, stability, and observability.|
|Zx||17||2 years ago||mpl-2.0||Rust|
|serverless, column-based database|
|Serverless Iopipe Layers||15||1||3 years ago||19||August 07, 2019||2||apache-2.0||TypeScript|
|Please migrate to the equivalent New Relic Serverless plugin: serverless-newrelic-lambda-layers|
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Detailed per-endpoint tracing: recap.dev builds a timeline of what is going on during endpoint handler execution. That includes database and external calls as well as timings of individual functions simplifying debugging and performance optimization. recap.dev also provides an overview of the system and tries to give you as much useful information as possible.
Easy-to-setup: recap.dev server is easy to start with a couple of commands. It is shipped as a Docker container, so it can be started wherever you host your applications. We try to integrate with as many tools as possible to provide an easy way of tracing your application with minimal to no code changes.
Open-source: We believe that development tools should be open-source. Especially tools that might gather or contain sensitive data. Hosting these tools on your servers is important so that the sensitive data never leaves your organization. It is also important to know what precisely these tools do with your data.
Learn how to start with recap.dev
recap.dev-server repository holds scripts and docker compose templates to build and run the recap.dev server out of backend and frontend projects.