See at a glance, your top issues and the overall health of the system. It looks like your father’s dashboard, but it’s not. Filter, pivot and narrow time ranges to zero-in on root cause. And the best bit? Observe automatically creates Landing Pages giving you all the information for none of the effort.
Observe structures and relates the data you ingest so it’s easy to navigate. Universe Maps allow you to see how everything is related — they lay out the Observable Universe that is available to explore.
Universe Maps are intuitive and easy to understand. You can drill from Deployments to Pods To Containers... and even to to the AWS EC2 instances they are running on.
Universe Maps are embedded on every Landing Page — they provide you with a digital "You Are Here".
Investigate service incidents using Worksheets. Drill into event data — in context — from landing pages and directly manipulate using search, analytic functions and visualizations. Then share investigation findings with stakeholders.
A Kubernetes expert knows container logs are generated by containers. And they run in pods. Which run on nodes. And constitute a deployment. But what if the junior SRE triaging an incident just wants to see the logs for a deployment? Then you need portal.
Observe understands how things are related so you don't have to. Just say where you want to go.
Modern distributed applications are ephemeral. Their state, and the state of their infrastructure changes all the time. Ever wanted to see the log of a container that died at 2am last Tuesday… the pod it was running in and who checked in code for the image that was running ? Well now you can. Observe tracks the state of everything in your system including applications, infrastructure, build, test and development. So you always know what happened, and when.