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Alerts are one of the most necessary features in any monitoring tool. Sematext Cloud comes with a whole host of alerts to keep you informed and updated on your system's performance.
Get notified when hosts or groups of hosts stop sending their metrics to Sematext - it's typically a sign there is a problem.
Split Screen is great for troubleshooting. It allows you to compare and correlate two different reports, side-by-side, in a single view.
Logs Pipelines are powerful. Use Pipelines to remove noise from logs, remove or mask sensitive data, reduce log volume and reduce your costs, extract metrics and make them chartable, extract business insights, etc.
Sematext Quick Actions make it easy to chart data in logs, add include/exclude conditions, and a lot more.
Sematext comes with pre-built charts for various integrations, but you can also build your own - learn how to do that in this video.
Fleet is the inventory of all your agents, their status, logs, diagnostics and more. Discovery is where you can set up monitoring of services, logs, and everything else Sematext Agent has discovered.
Custom preferences allow you to tweak the theme, color palettes, table densities, and more.
Apps are essentially buckets for all of your observability data and - importantly - each of them can have its own plan, RBAC, etc.
New OpenSearch integration, changes we have made to Sematext Synthetics for HTTP monitoring, and UI changes we have made to the events tool.
Sematext has undergone some amazing updates this year. In this episode of Sematext Update Review (SUR), we will look at these features in detail and how they can help you monitor your full stack.
Sematext Cloud is a comprehensive cloud-based monitoring platform that provides all the tools you need to ensure your systems are running at peak performance, through a single pane of glass.
Learn about Sematext's infrastructure and service monitoring capabilities.
Learn about Sematext's comprehensive Kubernetes monitoring capabilities with a ton of pre-built dashboard and out of the box alerts.
Sematext Logs is a centralized cloud-based platform for all your logs.
Sematext Synthetics lets you track the availability and performance of your websites and APIs, as well as expiration and validity of your SSL certificates. Monitor your entire website or an individual HTTP request, including 3rd party APIs.
Sematext Synthetics allows you to collect information on the performance of critical business transactions, resources, load test information, and much more.
Real user monitoring shows you business-critical data collected directly from the end users. Sematext Experience gives you valuable insights into how your real users are interacting with your website.
Monitoring websites and webapps can be difficult without the correct toolset. In this video, we look at two of Sematext's front-end monitoring solutions, Sematext Synthetics, and Sematext Experience.
How to use Sematext Experience to monitor your WordPress-powered website to improve its speed.
Sematext offers end-to-end visibility into your entire application bridging the gap between performance monitoring, real user monitoring, synthetic monitoring, and logs in one convenient place.
Troubleshooting often starts with log search. Learn how to use Sematext logs for troubleshooting issues.
How to create and manage dashboards in Sematext Cloud.
For many of us in the DevOps field, MongoDB is a critical part of our IT stack. Here's how to monitor it.