Topology-based Observability for AWS and Kubernetes

Correlated insights across Topology, Telemetry and Time for dynamic, containerized, and cloud environments… in real time and over time.

Know the state of your stack at every moment

As the only topology-based Observability company, StackState gives SREs, architects, and DevOps teams a new dimension of visibility to improve the health, performance, and reliability of today’s rapidly changing cloud environments.

Based on our unique 4T data model, we have three super-powers that deliver the most comprehensive observability and fastest troubleshooting out there.

Correlate topology with telemetry at every point in time

StackState’s one-of-a-kind “time-traveling topology” tracks all dependencies, component lifecycles, and configuration changes in your cloud environments over time. Our powerful 4T data model connects Topology with Telemetry and Traces across Time. If something happens, you can "rewind the movie” of your environment to see exactly what changed in your stack and what effects it has on downstream components.

Find root cause and see impact fast

When a potential problem arises, StackState instantly identifies the most probable causes. Rather than drowning you with a storm of alerts, we consolidate related issues so you can focus on the signal rather than the noise. We unify root cause analysis and impact analysis in the same view and support them with contextual detail.

Our approach helps you meet your Service Level Objectives and reduces time wasted triaging symptoms.

Fix issues before they become problems

Combining Machine Learning with your team’s monitoring priorities, StackState acts as an early warning system so you can address situations before they hit end users.

Our autonomous anomaly detection makes your AIOps vision real right out of the box. You get immediate improvement in reliability without configuring anything.

Keep up with fast-changing cloud and containerized environments

Other tools focus on anomalies and drown you in alerts. StackState tracks all changes over time – in the context of topology – so you know what actually caused an incident.

Deliver great service in cloud and containerized environments

Topology-based observability filters out the noise and delivers results.

80%

Decreased MTTR

Decrease MTTR by 80% by identifying root cause and alerting the right teams with the right information

65%

Fewer Outages

Reduce the number of outages by 65% through real-time unified observability

84%

Cost Reduction

Reduce the monthly time, costs, and resources associated with incidents and outages

By correlating data across all infrastructure layers; from critical business and application services to underlaying IT and network components, we expect to see the root cause and related business impact up to 3x faster. StackState is considered as one of the key drivers in Vodafone’s future mission towards autonomous and predictive operations.

A New Dimension for Observability

SaaS for Cloud-native Environments

StackState’s SaaS observability platform installs in minutes to deliver deep and broad visibility into your dynamic cloud environment. See your complete topology in real time and over time, and correlate that view with comprehensive telemetry data to find and fix problems fast.

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Self-hosted for Hybrid Environments

StackState’s flexible observability platform deploys on customer-managed infrastructure to unify time-series topology, telemetry, and trace data from myriad silos and produce a comprehensive, integrated view of the most complex environments.

Explore StackState for Self-hosted Environments

SaaS for Cloud-native Environments

StackState’s SaaS observability platform installs in minutes to deliver deep and broad visibility into your dynamic cloud environment. See your complete topology in real time and over time, and correlate that view with comprehensive telemetry data to find and fix problems fast.

Self-hosted for Hybrid Environments

StackState’s flexible observability platform deploys on customer-managed infrastructure to unify time-series topology, telemetry, and trace data from myriad silos and produce a comprehensive, integrated view of the most complex environments.