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Why debug in production?

A selection of common question about debugging in production.

The future of nerd.vision

What is happening next in nerd.vision? You decide.

Configuring nerd.vision to automatically run in Docker

A guide to configuring nerd.vision to automatically run when your Docker container starts.

Using conditional breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Getting started with nerd.vision for Java applications

By following the steps in this blog post you will be able to install and configure nerd.vision so you are able to debug your applications in any environment, hosted in any cloud. The process will typically take around 10 minutes. In this blog getting started will be split in 3 simple steps: 1) Configuring the agent on your application. 2) Configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision 3)Web AppSetting breakpoints to start debugging. These 3 steps are the same in any environment, whether it is hosted locally, in the cloud or in a virtualised platform.

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X-Real-IP with docker swarm and TCP LB

Recently we changed to use an AWS NLB so we could use gRPC and HTTP/2 all the way to the microservices that answer the requests. We changed to the NLB easily enough and it seemed like everything was working fine. However, after a few minutes of the new NLB running, we were approached by the other teams about X-Real-IP being missing. What was going on?

Why debug in production?

A selection of common question about debugging in production.

NoSuchAlgorithmException when using PowerMockito

So today i was making some changes to one of our services to add better support for rate limiting. I made all the changes and i was happy; but when i ran the tests to verify everything before i committed it. I was confronted with:

Introduction to nerd.vision video

You can view our introduction to nerd.vision video here.‍ In this video we will show you in 3 simple steps how to install and configure nerd.vision: - configuring the agent on your application, - configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision Web App, - setting breakpoints to start debugging

Getting started with nerd.vision in Node.js applications

A quick guide to getting nerv.vision up and running in Node.js

The future of nerd.vision

What is happening next in nerd.vision? You decide.

Getting started with Node.js? How to debug your first Node.js application

Are you getting started with Node.js? What is the best way to debug your node apps?

Using conditional breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Configurations

Using conditional breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Mikey

Getting Started

Getting started with Node.js? How to debug your first Node.js application

Are you getting started with Node.js? What is the best way to debug your node apps?

Mikey

Getting started with nerd.vision for Java applications

By following the steps in this blog post you will be able to install and configure nerd.vision so you are able to debug your applications in any environment, hosted in any cloud. The process will typically take around 10 minutes. In this blog getting started will be split in 3 simple steps: 1) Configuring the agent on your application. 2) Configuring a workspace within the nerd.vision 3)Web AppSetting breakpoints to start debugging. These 3 steps are the same in any environment, whether it is hosted locally, in the cloud or in a virtualised platform.

Mikey

User Cases

Using conditional breakpoints to fix a bug

An example using conditional breakpoints to find a corner case in our test application.

Mikey

Non-intrusive debugging for any environment

Debug applications throughout the development lifecycle with a single tool, wherever they are hosted