Sysdig Monitor

Flexible pricing for the most powerful monitoring around.

Basic Cloud

  • 15 containers
  • 200 custom metrics
  • 2 teams
  • 50+ integrations

$20

per host / month

Billed annually or $25 month-to-month

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Pro Cloud

  • 30 containers
  • 500 custom metrics
  • Unlimited teams
  • Enterprise features

$30

per host / month

Billed annually or $38 month-to-month

Pro Software

  • Customized containers
  • Flexible custom metrics
  • Unlimited teams
  • Enterprise features

Varies

per host / year

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Billed annually with minimum commitment

Want to mix and match? Customize any Pro level plan!

Pricing Guide

* connotes a customizable option
Basic Cloud
Pro Cloud
Pro Software
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Features
Standard Metrics and Events
Data Retention 15 months unlimited unlimited
Container Density 15 30* custom*
Application Component Integration 50+ 50+ 50+
Custom Metrics 200 500* custom*
Orchestrator Integration
AWS Integration
API Access
Minimum Hosts Required none none 100
On-Demand Agents Available
Monitoring
Alerting
Service-based alerts
Anomaly & Outlier Detection
Syscall Captures for Troubleshooting
Dashboard
Pre-built Dashboards
Custom Dashboarding
Topology Mapping
Controls
Teams 2 teams unlimited unlimited
LDAP Authentication
Single Sign On SAML, Google Authentication, OpenID SAML, Google Authentication, OpenID SAML, Google Authentication
On-premise deployment
Air gapped deployment
Support
Documentation
Training Videos
Technical Support Email Email & Phone Email & Phone
Training Sessions * Group sessions 2 Private Sessions 5 Private Sessions
Dedicated Success Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

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It’s very secure. In fact, we have F500 banks, government organizations and security-focused technology companies who all count on sysdig. Here are just a few of the steps we’ve taken to secure our offerings:

  • Our kernel instrumentation is open source, so you can see exactly what we’re doing to get the data. Sysdig’s open source tool is also pre-packaged with many OS distributions as well
  • We use HTTPS transport for your data
  • Our cloud backend is secured through multiple mechanisms
  • If you don’t want to use our cloud, you can deploy a software version of our backend
  • We have role-based and service-based access control mechanisms for your data, dashboards, and alerts

In a few different ways:

  • Run our agent on your EC2 Hosts
  • Integrate us with CloudWatch using read-only credentials
  • Our agents can automatically interpret data that AWS doesn’t provide, like RDS query time
  • We can poll AWS ECS for container metadata

Like a boss. In fact, we’re quite confident that you’ve never seen a monitoring tool do what we can do with your orchestrator. We automatically find and poll your orchestrator for metadata about your deployment. This allows us to then aggregate your monitoring data on-the-fly to give you smarter, microservice-based views of your resources, instead of just physical host/ip/container views.

Typically our agent uses 1%-5% CPU, 512MB RAM, and 4-5K/s of bandwidth. The CPU utilization is tunable to lower amounts. If we max out on utilization we will not impact your other applications – we will instead start sub-sampling data.

Sysdig open source is the core technology that we also use in our commercial offering. The open source tool is designed for detailed troubleshooting of a single host, and offers a terminal-based interface. Support is provided by the community only.

Sysdig Monitor is our commercial offering, designed to aggregate information from thousands of hosts, tens of thousands of containers, across multiple clouds. It offers a web-based interface for dashboarding, exploration, and alerting.

Pretty much any cloud that supports linux and allows us to deploy kernel modules. AWS, Google Cloud, GKE, Microsoft Azure, IBM BlueMix, Rackspace, Digital Ocean, Softlayer are just some examples of where we’re running.

Shhh. That’s a little secret we have here…. Sysdig works great in non-containerized environments too. Just run our agent as a process instead of a container and you’re off to the races.