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Debugging platform Rookout has been added to the Azure Marketplace, making it available to both startups and enterprises. Rookout is allowing developers to go to the root cause and repair issues quicker by integrating throughout the Microsoft stack, dramatically lowering MTTR (mean time to resolution) and improving product velocity.
In 2021, cloud-native architecture will be the industry standard for software application development, according to Rookout. Outdated debugging techniques and tools would slow down Microsoft Azure development and collaboration.
A new debugging and observability data tool like the one delivered by Rookout would be required since software development has transitioned to microservices and Kubernetes. Rookout is a developer tool for cloud-native debugging and data collecting in real time. Non-Breaking Breakpoints in Rookout allow users to capture any sort of data on the fly with no additional code, redeployments, or restarts.
Rookout provides Microsoft Azure users with instance access to their debug data, eliminating the requirement for extra log lines or metrics, as well as the necessity to replicate the issue locally.
Rookout Live Debugging
Rookout was built from the ground up for production situations and debugging contemporary architectures like Kubernetes, microservices, serverless, and service-mesh based systems.
“We’re pleased to welcome Rookout Live Debugging to the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, which gives our partners great exposure to cloud customers around the globe,” said Jake Zborowski, General Manager, Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft. “Azure Marketplace offers world-class quality experiences from global trusted partners with solutions tested to work seamlessly with Azure.”