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Getting Started

Hi! Welcome to Epsagon!

Epsagon helps you troubleshoot and monitor your distributed application. It supports any modern workload, including AWS Lambda, container-based services, and more.

Fast troubleshooting

Fast troubleshooting

Troubleshooting production issues

Payload visibility

Payload visibility

Epsagon makes it easy to troubleshoot issues and provide a better experience for your users. Easily search for any data point to pinpoint complex issues in seconds.

In microservices applications, problems that appear simple are sometimes much more complex, due to the multiple components involved. Searching for the known data points can make things a whole lot easier.

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Monitoring your application

Monitor the issues in your application

Monitor the issues in your application

Epsagon will monitor your application automatically. That means that you will always know what's going on in your production - errors, timeouts, out-of-memory issues, and even unwanted situations such as "function close to timeout" will be identified and you will be alerted.

You can easily configure alerts to your Slack channel, email, webhook, or Microsoft Teams.

Build with confidence

As your application grows, keeping track of what's going on becomes more difficult than ever before. Epsagon's visualization technology will automatically discover your entire production architecture, including microservices, Function-as-a-Service, cloud services, and external APIs.

Next, create your account and get visibility into your application in less than 5 minutes!

Architecture Map

Architecture Map


What's Next

Start by creating an Epsasgon account!

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