Introducing AWS EC2 Tag support

AWS EC2 instances have this annoying property that the hostname of the instance is set to their internal ip instead of a human friendly name. To mitigate this, AWS allows you to 'tag' your instances with a name. By convention the value of Name tag is shown as the instance…

Introducing the new Dripstat Server Monitoring

Today we are introducing the next generation of Server Monitoring. It is available to all users right now. Here are some of the highlights. 2 second resolution - See it as it happens!We are bringing our 2 second resolution metrics to Server Monitoring. At this resolution, you can now…

Introducing 2 second metric resolution in Dripstat

The more complex our systems get and the more we are used to high availability cloud services, the greater the need for high resolution, real time data. With 2-second resolution, streamed without delay, you can see the results of actions on your system instantly. More granular data helps you get…

Color coding for Pod and Container Status

When viewing details of a Pod or Container, the status values are color coded to help you easily decipher the status of the Pod/Container. Note the color changing from red to green as this Pod goes from Ready=false to Ready=true.…

Introducing 24 hour Metrics for Kubernetes

Prior to today, we only showed you the last 5 mins of metrics for Kubernetes monitoring, though they were at a second level granularity. Starting today, we are extending that so you can see upto 24 hours of metrics!…

Introducing detailed view of Kubernetes Deployments and Workloads

Starting today, you can now view detailed metrics and state of each individual Kubernetes Deployment, Daemonset or Statefulset. The view shows: The full state of the workloadThe metrics of the workloadThe individual pods associated with the workload and full state of eachClicking on each individual pod listed, shows you the…

Introducing Detailed info for individual Kubernetes Entities

Now you can see detailed data for individual Pods, Containers and Nodes in your Kubernetes cluster. When viewing any of the above entities in a list, you can click on its name to see its details. On top, you will see all the state for the selected entity: Followed by…

Introducing 'Group By' for Kubernetes Monitoring

Now you can group Kubernetes metrics, allowing you to gain an unforeseen level of insight into your cluster! Grouping opens up a whole bunch of possibilities. For example, do you want to see how your resources are divided up across: NamespacesNode-poolsDeployments vs DaemonSets vs StatefulSetsane more..Not to mention, combined…

Improvements to Kubernetes Monitoring

We continue to enhance our Kubernetes Monitoring solution. Some of the goodies introduced today: Improved Charts Better looking and more compact charts to give you an at-a-glance view of resource usage. List individual entities In Metrics view, now you can see the list of individual entities. They react to the…