fun historical note: scuba was actually hacked together in order to claw their way out of mysql hell. that's where it got so many of its unique qualities -- arbitrarily wide events, high cardinality dimensions, etc. all the shit you gotta have for debugging db queries.
it was only after that they were like ... hey, this kinda works for other stuff too huh... 🤜🤛
it's so fascinating to me how out of left field that origin story is. explains why it shares so little DNA with the rest of the monitoring ecosystem, doesn't it?
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