ExecutionPath Technology

The data that gives high quality insights into finding defects

Dynamic Call Graphs

The call graphs that have hidden meaning but recording is expensive

Dynamic Call Graphs are recorded at runtime per invocation and have abundant insights to find result of the transaction. The screen grab with 3 dynamic call graphs on a 2 dimensional plane with stack depth on vertical axis represents 3 invocations of an endpoint. Graphs 1 and 2 represent successful invocations and have followed similar execution flow. Graph 3 is a failed invocation which executed like successful invocations until the highlighted point and then started deviating suggesting that something went wrong, probably due to an exception. This clearly gives quality insights into finding defects but the only problem is dynamic call graphs are expensive to record.

dynamic call graphs

ExecutionPath Technology

High quality data with efficient recording for machine learning
execution paths

Seagence records Execution Path for every invocation. An Execution Path is a skeleton representation of a dynamic call graph and is recorded very efficiently (with less than 3% of overhead) using Seagence’s advanced algorithms without loosing hidden meaning. The screen grab represents 3 Execution Paths of 3 invocations of an endpoint. The deviation in the failed invocation is clearly visible. With availability of high quality data in Execution Paths, Seagence then applies machine learning to find defects and their root cause in realtime. It is a known fact that high quality data provides high quality results using machine learning.

Complete visibility into exceptions and errors

Seagence records every exception and error (including caught, uncaught and swallowed) thrown by the application and indexes. In case further investigation becomes necessary, you can easily find the problematic invocation or transaction on SeagenceWeb and find all exceptions and errors thrown while executing that problematic request including context you need.

list of exceptions