code with confidence

An IntelliJ plugin for complex codebases that analyzes code runtime
revealing risky code-flows, potential errors and bottlenecks

real-world insights
about your code

Analyze your code as it runs, and get powerful insights into errors, performance, and usage.

Find issues right in the IDE
Using runtime information, Digma’s continuous feedback platform lets developers quickly see how their code runs in the real world directly in the IDE.

Never worry you’ll break stuff
Digma lets you know which services use the code you’re working on, which might break if you make changes, and what you need to test.

Know what’s slowing things 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.

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

“We expect developers to own their code all the way to prod, but often they are missing the right insights. Digma takes a new approach by translating existing observability into practical insights developers can use to design and measure their work.”

Enhanced CODE VISIBILITY for Developers

Digma ingests your existing observability data collected by tools like OpenTelemetry, translates it into critical insights, and puts those insights into the context of the code that caused it.

This 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.

Dig deeper

“For companies to achieve higher release cadence, many development and operations tasks must shift left. In this paradigm, Digma allows developers to own observability by using intelligence collected during the operations or post-development phases. This will help developers shape the SDLC processes to achieve higher levels of release cadence”

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.

See for yourself

Download Digma free and start using it in your local environment now.