Full-Stack Data Analysis
See across Kubernetes, containers, networks, infrastructure, and applications with rich context to better understand your cloud-native environment.
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Sysdig Monitor provides deep data insights and problem isolation across your entire cloud-native environment to help you monitor and troubleshoot health and performance.
Check Out Monitor's Full-stack Visibility Features
Get application performance insights including response time, latency, request count, and error count. Sysdig Monitor auto-detects your applications and provides instant dashboards and metric views to monitor popular apps and services like Cassandra, HAproxy, Istio, MongoDB, MySQL, NGINX, and more.
Read How to monitor Golden signals in Kubernetes.
See all network connections including ingress and egress for any process, container, service, pod, etc. Monitor and troubleshoot link performance and bottlenecks to solve network issues and ensure app service levels.
Read The Java troubleshooting guide: network, memory leaks and threads.
Automatically collect Prometheus, StatsD and JMX metrics from every app and container without a server endpoint or complex configs. Aggregate data by micoservice or cluster on the fly.
Read Custom metrics vs APM vs OpenTracing.
Our list of integrations is always growing.
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Sysdig gives you the deployment flexibility you need for public, private and hybrid clouds. We continue to expand with a new data center in Europe and a second US data center.
Use our software-as-a-service offering to simplify your operations and reduce your overhead. Add Sysdig agents to servers anywhere and store data in our service.
The preferred choice for enterprises with security or data regulatory requirements — deploy the Sysdig backend on your servers in your private cloud, AWS, or anywhere else.
“Sysdig really made metrics easy. From a development perspective we don’t have to do any work, just drop the agent in and go.”Branden Makana, Sr. Engineer, CDK