Sysdig Monitor is part of Sysdig’s container intelligence platform. Sysdig uses a unified platform to deliver security, monitoring, and forensics in a container- and microservices-friendly architecture. Sysdig Monitor is a monitoring, troubleshooting, and alerting suite offering deep, process-level visibility into dynamic, distributed production environments. Sysdig Monitor captures, correlates, and visualizes full-stack data, and provides dashboards for monitoring.
In the background, the Sysdig agent lives on the hosts being monitored and collects the appropriate metrics and events. Out of the box, the agent reports on a wide variety of pre-defined metrics. Additional metrics and custom parameters are available via agent configuration files. For more information, see the Sysdig Agent Documentation.
Explore and monitor application performance at any level of the infrastructure stack
Correlate metrics and events, and compare with past performance
Observe platform state and health
Visualize and share performance metrics with out-of-the-box and custom dashboards
Powerful, tuned, and flexible alerts
Proactively alert on incidents across services, hosts, containers and so on
Trigger system captures for offline troubleshooting and forensics
Analyze system call activity to accelerate problem resolution
Log into the Sysdig Monitor interface, and get started with the basics.
It provides a unified view of the health, risk, and capacity of your Kubernetes infrastructure across a multi- and hybrid-cloud environment.
Dive into Sysdig Monitor with a deeper understanding of the Explore module, data aggregation, and how to break down data.
The backbone of monitoring: learn more about metrics, integrate external platforms, and explore the complete metrics dictionary.
Learn how to build alerts to notify users of infrastructure events, changes in behavior, and unauthorized access.
Learn how to build a custom dashboard, configure the default ones, or reconfigure panels to best suit your infrastructure.
Integrate Docker and Kubernetes events, customize event notifications, and review infrastructure history.
Create capture files containing system calls and other OS events to assist monitoring and troubleshooting the infrastructure.
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