Observability in Hasura Cloud
Observability is a critical aspect of any application, and Hasura Cloud provides developers with a powerful set of tools to monitor and debug their applications. In this document, we'll explore the observability features available in Hasura Cloud and how they can help you build better applications.
Hasura Cloud provides detailed error reporting for GraphQL queries and mutations. Whenever an error occurs, Hasura Cloud captures the error message, query, and other relevant information, allowing you to quickly identify and fix the issue. This feature is particularly useful when debugging complex GraphQL queries and mutations.
Hasura Cloud provides usage summaries for your GraphQL operations, allowing you to monitor the performance of your application and identify any performance bottlenecks. The usage summaries can be filtered by time range, operation type, and other parameters, making it easy to pinpoint performance issues.
Hasura Cloud provides detailed metrics for your GraphQL operations, including query latency, request count, and error rate. This information can be used to monitor the performance of your application and identify any issues that may be impacting your users.
Hasura Cloud supports WebSockets, allowing you to build real-time applications that can push data updates to the client in real-time without having to continuously poll the server. Hasura Cloud provides detailed metrics for your WebSocket connections, including connection count, message count, and error rate.
Hasura Cloud provides subscription workers that can be used to process subscriptions and deliver real-time updates to your clients. The subscription workers are fully managed and can be scaled up or down based on your application's needs.
Hasura Cloud provides distributed tracing capabilities, allowing you to trace requests across multiple services and identify any performance bottlenecks. The tracing information can be used to optimize your application's performance and ensure that it is running smoothly.
Hasura Cloud provides query tags, which can be used to tag your GraphQL queries and mutations with metadata. This metadata can be used to filter and group your usage summaries and metrics, making it easy to identify trends and patterns in your application's usage.