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Fran Thorpe

Fran is a connector and a perennial student of all things tech. So it’s not surprisingly that innovating with business partners is her professional nirvana.

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Lightstep participates in AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

Fran Thorpe | Sep 23, 2021

As co-founders and active contributors to the OpenTelemetry project, Lightstep is excited to participate in the GA release of AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry (ADOT) for tracing for exporters supporting Java, .Net, Python, Go, and JavaScript.

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Introducing the Lightstep Observability Toolkit for GitHub developers

Fran Thorpe | Dec 8, 2020

Lightstep has made it easy for organizations to identify changes in production, answer the question "what changed", & use that information to quickly resolve issues. Lightstep is now bringing that same level of detail in front of developers inside GitHub.

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Resolve errors faster with Lightstep and Rollbar

Fran Thorpe | Oct 29, 2020

At Lightstep we’re always on the look for ways to make Observability best practices easier for any developer to adopt. Recently we’ve combined efforts with Rollbar, a platform for error monitoring and analysis.

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Lightstep adds complete system context to PagerDuty alerts

Fran Thorpe | Oct 23, 2020

Lightstep has partnered with PagerDuty, to ensure software teams can move from context within an incident to quickly understand and determine root cause. Together we’re augmenting incident response solutions for pre-production scenarios.

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Announcing a new GitHub Action: Bring observability data directly into GitHub with Lightstep's Pre-deploy Check

Fran Thorpe | Oct 7, 2020

With the release of our new GitHub Action, the Lightstep Pre-Deploy Check, developers can be proactive about ensuring the quality and performance of their software before it’s actually deployed.

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Lightstep Brings Observability Automation to GitHub

Fran Thorpe | Apr 23, 2020

You’ve finished your pull request, merged it, and deployed the code. Then, your phone starts freaking out. Looks like your service is taking forever to respond, but where’s the bug?

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