Stackdriver has launched the public beta of Stackdriver Intelligent Monitoring, a flexible and intuitive SaaS offering that provides rich insight into the health of cloud-powered systems, infrastructure, and applications. The service features seamless integration with Amazon Web Services and Rackspace Cloud and is optimized for teams that manage complex distributed applications. Customers can access the service immediately via the company’s website at www.stackdriver.com.
Stackdriver’s engineers set out to build a solution that:
- Monitors applications, systems, and infrastructure components,
- Identifies anomalies using modern analytics and machine learning, and
- Drives remediation and automation using a proprietary policy framework.
Edmodo, a leading social learning platform that runs on AWS, has relied on Stackdriver for several months. “The technology stack that powers Edmodo’s online learning platform is very sophisticated. We use a variety of application building blocks, including AWS services and open source server software,” noted Kimo Rosenbaum, Infrastructure Architect. “Before Stackdriver, we monitored our stack with many disparate tools, often designed without the dynamic nature of the cloud in mind. With Stackdriver, we can monitor our systems, AWS services, and applications with one simple interface built for cloud-based services.”
Stackdriver Intelligent Monitoring is available free of charge for companies using Amazon Web Services and Rackspace Cloud. Today, Stackdriver manages nearly 100,000 cloud resources and processes over 125 million measurements per day. Nearly 100 customers, paid and non-paid, use the service, including Edmodo, Yellowhammer Media, Exablox, Atomwise, Qthru, and Webkite.