Uncover Code Performance Issues

The Digma IDE plugin finds bottlenecks, scaling challenges, and query problems lurking in your codebase.

Continuous Feedback For Your Code

A plugin that shows you where your code fails

Digma integrates into your IDE to highlight issues, regressions, and problems, as you code. Immediately see how any function scales in CI or production and spot issues while still in development.

Untangling legacy and complex systems

Accelerate code changes and avoid endless regressions. By analyzing how the code performs, Digma provides critical analytics on usage, errors, and performance to make sense of forgotten code and ownerless libraries.

Identify what’s slowing your application down

Immediately understand what’s causing bottlenecks and slowdowns in your code. With valuable data such as code execution times, scaling limitations, and N+1 query issues – you can quickly fix it.

Enhances your GitOps cycle

Pull Request feedback and code review annotation get way easier when your team integrates Digma into your GitOps cycle.

Like it or not, it’s your code now

Whether you inherited code someone else wrote or code you haven’t worked on in a while, it’s your problem from now on. Digma lets you understand it and start working on it fearlessly – no matter how large or complex.

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Enhanced Observability for Developers

Digma collects code runtime data using OpenTelemetry behind the scenes. It allows developers to effortlessly find problematic areas of code, pinpoint bottlenecks, prioritize errors that affect the end user, track down where a particular function is called from, and find out whether it’s being used.

Free for Developers

Digma is free to use in your local environment. When you’re ready to connect to a CI or production environment for real-world feedback, you can check out Digma for Teams.

Helpful Across the Release

Pull Request feedback and code review annotation get way easier when your team integrates Digma into your GitOps cycle.

More Data, More Insights

Connect Digma with more environments: staging, development, testing, or production, to benefit from feedback at every stage of the development cycle.

Dig Deeper: Discover Tips, Tricks, and Solutions

Explore our latest articles for valuable insights, best practices, and solutions to common coding challenges. Stay updated with Digma’s blog for actionable advice and tips to enhance your coding experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

We don’t compete with any tool existing today because there isn’t any other tool that generates this type of feedback and delivers it in context. We do work very well together with other tools looking at the same data, like Jaeger and Prometheus, as well as traditional observability tools like Datadog or Splunk.

There are plenty of tools that offer troubleshooting or debugging capabilities after an issue is already identified, or give some raw realtime data. However, Digma is fundamentally different because we turn raw data into usable insights, and make those insights easily accessible to developers so they can take a proactive (not reactive) approach to optimization.

Yes! Here’s an example app with more coming soon.

Absolutely not! We rely on the OpenTelemetry vanilla instrumentation with a few added attributes of our own. We leave your code untouched.

No. It uses your production data to generate real insights – not predictions.

No code changes are necessary. Digma can be set up within minutes as an IDE plugin.

Digma runs all observability analytics locally on your machine via Docker containers. It is not a SaaS service and does not upload observability data.

Digma is free when deployed locally on a laptop. However, it is not free when connected to a central environment.

Join Our Community

Digma is the first Continuous Feedback platform built with the support of a highly engaged community of developers. Curious about how others are using Digma? Have questions or ideas as you start using it yourself? We’ll see you in there.