Monitor Kubernetes metrics, logs, & events within your cluster,
instantly!

Our platform makes it easy for teams to monitor and observe Kubernetes events, logs, and core metrics. With ContainIQ, engineering teams get a clear view of cluster health with pre-built dashboards and easy-to-set monitors.

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ABOUT US

We help companies cut through the noise with actionable insights to
improve cluster health and performance.

We are a passionate team focused on building tools for companies running Kubernetes. Using our pre-configured dashboards companies can improve visibility and focus attention on the metrics that make an impact for users and drive business performance.

Kubernetes Event Monitoring

Our single replica deployment collects metrics and events from the Kubernetes API. Users can view events overtime, filter based on event type and event name, and set monitors for specific events like crashloops and failed Kubernetes jobs.

Kubernetes events

Metrics Dashboards

Users can view pod/node level metrics like CPU and memory, as well as service latency, in clean pre-built dashboards. We built these dashboards using a new technology called eBPF, which allows us to collect this data from the kernel directly. As a result, the user won’t need to configure latency on every service, and you won’t need to install any application level packages or configure any middleware.

Metrics dashboard
Latency dashboard

Latency Dashboard

Our service latency dashboard was built using a new technology called eBPF, which allows us to collect this data from the kernel directly. As a result, the user won’t need to configure latency on every service and won’t need to install any application-level packages or configure any middleware. New services will automatically populate into your dashboard without additional configuration.

Slack Integrated Alerts

Users can create monitors/alerts on data points or events (ex. backup jobs failing, crashloops, etc.) and feed them to a Slack channel.

It takes about 2 minutes to connect your Slack to ContainIQ. Simply click "Activate" from your ContainIQ backend to connect your Slack and choose the channel where you would like to feed the alerts.

Slack integrated alerts
Metrics

Core Metrics In One View

View comprehensive pod and node level metrics and graph them across limits with our clean pre-built dashboards. Users can view CPU and Memory color coded, based on usage. Track CPU and memory over time and use our rightsizing tools to improve efficiency. Set alerts on significant changes or thresholds being breached. Users can also view both events and the status of any pod or node using our conditions table.

Latency

Latency By Microservice, and URL Paths

We make it easy for our users to view service latency, even going so far as viewing latency by specific URL endpoint. By leveraging the new eBPF technology, we can collect data from the kernel directly. As a result, you won’t need to configure latency on every service and won’t need to install any application-level packages or configure any middleware. New services will automatically populate into your dashboard without additional configuration.

Events

Kubernetes Event Tracking

Our single replica deployment collects events from the Kubernetes API. Users can view events overtime, filter based on event type and event name, and set monitors for specific events like crashloops, pod evictions, and failed Kubernetes jobs.

Users can easily click from metrics, to events, and to logs making correlations easy.

Logging

Logging Dashboard

Automatically collect anything logged inside your cluster from both your internal applications and Kubernetes system components. We make it simple for our users to search through logs by pod, message, timestamp, or cluster.

By default we store log data for our users for 14-days. Longer-term storage is possible, just reach out and we’ll be happy to find something that works for you.

Alerts

Deliver Alerts And Never Miss a Beat

Create monitors and alerts on data points, like CPU or p95 latency, and events. Feed notifications to a Slack channel.

Our simple Slack integration takes 2 minutes to connect. Just click "Activate" from your ContainIQ backend to connect your Slack and choose the channel where you would like to feed the alerts.

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HOW IT WORKS

How the ContainIQ Kubernetes
monitoring platform works

You can install ContainIQ using HELM or a .yaml file. We have three agents that sit inside your cluster: a single replica deployment that collects metrics and events from the Kubernetes API and two additional daemonsets, one that collects latency information for every pod on that node and another that collects logs for all of your pods/containers.

Team A’s Cluster
Team A’s Cluster
Your ContainIQ Backend
Data shared to
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We provide help at every step of the process
Team Bs Cluster
Team Bs Cluster

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OUR BLOG

Want to learn more from our team of Kubernetes experts? Check out our blog.

At ContainIQ, our blog goes in-depth on many topics related to Kubernetes monitoring, optimization, and management. In addition, our team of experts provides regular commentary on the changing Kubernetes landscape and tips for DevOps professionals looking to get ahead.

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