The event stream captures all your key IT and operations events. By default, all alerts are streamed as events.
A single look at the event stream gives a good idea of the current health of your whole infrastructure and
Search and filter historical alerts to see trends and weak parts of your apps and infrastructure
Filter by time, app, type or severity
Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD) tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, etc. emit events and can be configured
to call custom WebHooks and are the obvious low-hanging fruit you can feed in as events. Each team and organization
has their own events that are meaningful to them. Feed events to Sematext to help your team run together
Add custom events via the UI or via the REST API
Use REST API to send events from your automation tools – Puppet, Ansible, Chef, Salt Stack, etc.
Events support Markdown, can include images, links, and more.
Use Markdown syntax to structure and enrich events
A picture is worth 1024 words. Attach screenshots or other images to share more info with your teammates.
Include links to JIRA or Github using Markdown syntax
How often do you switch between UIs for alerts, metrics, and logs, or even your terminal? Sematext brings metrics,
logs, and events together in a single UI, so you can stop the annoyingly repetitive and inefficient context
How often do you switch between UIs for alerts, metrics, and logs, or even your terminal? Sematext brings
metrics, logs, and events together in a single UI, so you can stop the annoyingly repetitive and
inefficient context switching!
Correlate metrics, logs, and events without switching tools
Easily spot post-release issues by correlating release events, performance metrics, and alerts
Go from alert to metrics to logs and perform root cause analysis in minutes