Real-time visibility into your entire public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure
Cloud monitoring that performs
Circonus is built to handle today’s complex and sophisticated cloud environments, and is the choice of industry leaders for their most demanding use cases.
With Circonus’ scalable, real-time monitoring technology, organizations can eliminate fears of unexpected outages and meet customer SLAs.
Built on a performant and proven time series database, the Circonus Platform is the only machine data intelligence platform capable of handling up to billions of metric streams, in real time, to drive critical business insight and value.
- Visibility and alerts at unprecedented volume and frequency, across your cloud infrastructure
- Ability to handle real-time fault detection, anomaly detection, and predictive analytics at scale
- Proven performance and ability to handle the world’s toughest use cases, tested daily by industry leaders
- Ability to integrate any tech, at any scale, overcoming key challenges for ensuring your mission-critical cloud infrastructure is always available
Scalable cloud monitoring
By monitoring performance, detecting peak loads and failures, regardless of size, Circonus helps customers gain visibility over their entire cloud environment — in real time.
Key features of the Circonus Platform
Leverage the ability to tap into all of your machine data to gain new levels of business insight.
Easily combine business and operations metrics in graphs and dashboards that clearly show operations impact on business performance.
Analyze data in real time with Circonus’ ability to handle any data volume at sub-second frequencies. Incoming data is analyzed in the ingestion pipeline, enabling true real-time alerts.
Rely on machine learning to automatically set a “new normal” as your operations dynamically change, without you having to manually change anything.
“Circonus’ rich ecosystem allowed us to get C and C++ applications streaming metrics in an hour or so, compared to the days it would’ve taken to build our own libraries.”