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Ryan Basayne of Coralogix sits down with Morgan Shultz of Copado to discuss his experience leveraging Coralogix on the Heroku Platform.

Copado is an end-to-end, native DevOps solution that unites Admins, Architects and Developers on one platform. DevOps is a team sport, and uniting all 3 allows you to focus on what you need to focus on - getting innovation into the hands of the customer.

Many of Heroku's internal components make heavy use of logfmt to log information about what's going on in production. The format is hugely valuable in that it allows us to retroactively analyze what happened during any arbitrary request to our components, query our log traces in very flexible ways, and combined with Splunk, easily generate arbitrary metrics on historical data. It's unquestionably been an invaluable tool for fixing countless bugs, tracking down the root cause of many production incidents, and assessing usage in ways that would have been difficult otherwise.

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