Integrate multiple cloud platforms
Mackerel collects metrics and events using the monitoring API provided by each cloud platform service. All you need to do in Mackerel is register the read-only authentication method provided by each platform. In doing so, Mackerel will regularly access each cloud platform and automatically visualize and monitor various data. This is safe from a security viewpoint as well since the standard authentication method provided by each cloud platform service is being used.
Manage cloud components collectively with Mackerel
When you register integration settings for a cloud platform in Mackerel, each corresponding service will be registered as one host. And by incorporating the service/role/host concepts of Mackerel, managing the entire service is intuitive and easy even for complicated configurations with serverless architecture. Compute services that provide virtual servers are treated as standard hosts while other managed services are treated as micro hosts.
Expanding support for managed services
The various services provided by the cloud platforms are updated frequently and new products are introduced one after another. Mackerel is dedicated to the continued expansion of these services.
Reasons for choosing Mackerel
Monitoring and Alerts
Configuring server monitoring conditions is flexible and many external services are supported to receive alert notifications, allowing users to respond promptly when a problem occurs.
Visualize all sorts of numerical values from latency to sales proceeds. Post daily indices that you want to check in Mackerel.
Visualize metrics and events from cloud platforms and monitor complex services groups multilaterally with simple configurations.
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