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Digma for Teams

Enable your development team to write performant code and catch bugs before they reach your users.

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Time-consuming Issues

Issue resolution is time-consuming. Investigation efforts hold back the team, which often results in fixing the wrong problem.

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Team Production Struggles

Issues that could have been prevented or identified early are discovered by OPs or customers and continually drag the team’s velocity down.

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Costly, Scaling Inefficiencies

It is easy to miss out on low-hanging fruits, bottlenecks, inefficiencies, or overuse of your resources, driving costs up.

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With Digma, Developers write Production Ready Code

Digma ensures developers keep their code performant from the start by continuously providing feedback in line with their code across the SDLC.

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Identify Issues in the Dev Cycle

Digma instantly detects emerging issues or suspected problems early in the dev test stages and before they impact the end users. This allows the team to handle issues before they become a business crisis.

Identify Issues Root Causes

The Digma Engine continuously analyses your existing application data to detect anti-patterns, query issues, and bottlenecks and identify the root cause.

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Optimize the Right Code

Digma measures and scores different areas in the code to identify their impact on performance and costs.

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How Digma Works

Digma ensures developers keep their code performant from the start by continuously providing feedback in line with their code across the SDLC.

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An IDE Plugin

Digma installs as a standalone IDE marketplace plugin. Running in the development environment.

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All data stays local

Digma is not a cloud service and runs either on your laptop or in the safety of your private cloud.

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No code changes required

Digma does not require changing your code and has no observability prerequisites. It is also OTEL-compliant!

Feature Comparison

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See For Yourself

Book a Demo with the DIGMA team to see how DIGMA can improve your organizational releases

How Is It Different from APMs

Check out our frequently asked questions below for answers to common queries. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our support team for assistance.

Digma leverages the same observability data but goes beyond to identify code issues during dev. Unlike APMs that focus on post-issue application monitoring, Digma targets code, from local development to production. Its main objective is to pinpoint specific code problems, facilitating the writing of better code.

There are plenty of tools that offer troubleshooting or debugging capabilities after an issue is already identified or give some raw real-time 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.

These tools are helpful once an issue has already been detected in prod, and identified the specific scenario in which it reproduces. Digma takes a proactive approach in automatically detecting the issue and finding the responsible code. In many cases, Digma finds these issues before they even manifest in production.

Static code analysis tools can only relate to the code structure and have no access to the runtime data. As such, they are not able to identify real-world issues, examine the code performance and scaling, or catch errors and exceptions.

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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.