Sensu can be a simple infrastructure, application, and service monitoring solution—or an operations enablement platform. Getting started is the easy part. Expanding to additional use cases is where Sensu truly sets itself apart from the competition.
A single monitoring platform with many applications.
Sensu is the best-in-class Nagios alternative that frees you from the fragility of object definition dependencies without forcing you to give up trusty Nagios plugins or custom monitoring scripts.
Sensu was designed from the ground up to solve problems related to ephemeral compute. Collect events and metrics, and get fully automated discovery and deregistration across AWS, GCP, Azure, OpenStack, and VMware.
Sensu is designed to effortlessly handle the ephemeral and challenging nature of container orchestration. Collect events, metrics, and labels from Kubernetes, RedHat OpenShift, Docker, Mesos, and Cloud Foundry.
Most Sensu users start with a simple problem: How do I reproduce our on-premises infrastructure monitoring capabilities in the cloud without starting over? Or, how do I reduce the number of false-positive infrastructure monitoring alerts I’m getting that are related to cloud/container provisioning events such as auto-scaling?
But all that cloud and container infrastructure also has applications and services running on it, and they need monitoring too. Wouldn’t it be handy if you could collect and analyze availability and performance data for your applications and microservices using the same pipeline? Sensu makes it easy to onboard new teams, and spread to new environments.
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