the cloud-based platform that puts the Zen into monitoring, has taken
alerts to the next level with a brand new alerting platform, offering
users advanced capabilities and setting the foundation for
industry-leading new features. The new platform, available as a public
beta, gives users expressive criteria to craft alerts that precisely
model their production problems, without burdening them with a
click-heavy configuration interface.
"Modern IT environments are incredibly dynamic and their operators
require sophisticated alerting capabilities," said Librato CTO and
co-founder Joseph Ruscio. "We've redesigned our alerts from the ground
up to minimize false positives and alert fatigue as well as ensure that
actual alerts are as actionable as possible by the on-call engineer
receiving them. This new platform is the foundation for a steady stream
of innovations that we'll release in coming months."
Librato's new alerting platform integrates seamlessly with their
powerful monitoring platform, enabling users to both alert on and
visualize emergent behavior from a single data source. Furthermore users
can now easily alert on the application-level SLA's that drive thir
business as opposed to secondary concerns like raw system resource
usage. After an alert fires, users can easily collaborate to correlate
metrics, pinpoint problems and share insights about their systems'
health via intuitive, customizable charts.
The new alerting platform features the following:
To learn more about Librato's new alerting platform, please visit http://blog.librato.com/posts/next-generation-alerting.
Librato offers a cloud-based monitoring platform for development and
operations teams who want the flexibility to monitor the metrics and
events important to their application deployments. Send your data from
everywhere and anywhere to Librato, and we deliver all the metrics you
need, in one place, updated in real-time. Companies including
Wunderkinder, Nextdoor, BleacherReport, Zumba, Heroku and Moz use
Librato to alert, analyze, correlate, embed and share metrics.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Librato is privately held and backed by
leading venture capital firms, including Baseline Ventures, Harrison
Metal and Cowboy Ventures. For more information, read our blog,
visit our website
and follow @Librato
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