Advanced Observability – For AWS, On AWS
Improve the performance and reliability of your business-critical applications with Topology-based Observability for cloud applications.... Running for AWS and on AWS.
A new dimension of AWS visibility
Unlike other observability tools, StackState creates a “time-traveling topology” map that correlates AWS observability data with other monitoring data to give deep understanding of your environment across silos.
Get out-of-the-box monitoring and anomaly detection of your AWS environment
Use topology to understand what happened in your AWS environment at any point in time, in real time
Merge topology of Kubernetes clusters and other technologies with AWS topology and see everything in one contextual view
Quickly tell which changes had undesirable impact
Go directly to the root cause of problems and ignore the "noise" of other alerts
A Contextual View for Root Cause Analysis
I’m running business-critical services in Kubernetes and managing the stability of my environment using a diverse mixture of developer tools, AWS CloudWatch and Kubectl commands, and more. I have tons of data on logs, metrics, and events from a variety of sources, but these streams are not correlated, not delivered within the context of related services and dependencies, and not mapped across the axis of time. So I’m drowning in data but lacking the usable information I need to troubleshoot the root cause of my problem.
StackState’s unique 4T data model unites Topology, Telemetry, Traces, and Time to track data across multiple sources and visually show the combined topology of what’s going on – in real-time and over time.
The StackState advantage: Merge AWS topology with Kubernetes and more
StackState delivers plug-and-play support for cloud-native architectures. With StackState running as a SaaS on AWS, you can get the advanced observability and troubleshooting data you need fast for AWS services together with others like Kubernetes, Elastic, and more. In less than 5 minutes, StackState creates a topology map of your complete environment using existing log and event data. You can instantly understand the interdependencies of your AWS resources and the what’s running on your Managed Kubernetes Cluster (EKS) and EC2 instances at any point in time.
When problems occur, StackState uses this correlated topology to show you the impact and take you straight to the root cause.
Comprehensive AWS integration
StackState supports a wide range of AWS services.
As the most ubiquitous and powerful cloud provider, we knew AWS could provide the stability and breadth of services we need to ensure the best possible experience for our customers. StackState is committed to delivering quality services that run on AWS and to providing the most advanced Observability solution for AWS. We are the only observability platform that provides the topology-based view of your AWS environment necessary to keep everything running smoothly in the face of constant change.