What is Blue Matador?
For time-strapped, agile tech teams, monitoring tools are too manual. Understanding baselines, fine-tuning thresholds, and examining visualizations for defects requires significant time and toil. But unlike all the other monitoring tools on the market, it eliminates the need to manually configure alerts. After a quick setup it instantly discovers all of your resources, automatically creates hundreds of alerts out-of-the-box, and proactively notifies you of critical production issues.
Blue Matador is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Blue Matador?
Blue Matador Integrations
Amazon S3, Amazon CloudFront, Kubernetes, AWS Lambda, and Amazon RDS are some of the popular tools that integrate with Blue Matador. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with Blue Matador.
Why developers like Blue Matador?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Blue Matador
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Blue Matador's Features
- Alerts with no configuration
- Easy setup
- AWS Integration
- Kubernetes Integration
- Integrations with Slack, pagerduty, OpsGenie, and VictorOps
- Agent for Linux/Windows monitoring
- Timeline for root cause analysis
- Smart alerts no pager fatigue
Blue Matador Alternatives & Comparisons
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