What is Hosted Graphite?
Hosted Graphite is the powerful open-source application metrics system used by hundreds of companies. We take away the headaches of scaling, maintenance, and upgrades and let you do what you do best - write great software.
Hosted Graphite is a tool in the Monitoring Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Hosted Graphite?
6 companies reportedly use Hosted Graphite in their tech stacks, including Intercom, Domino!, and Business Infrastructure Systems.
10 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Hosted Graphite.
Hosted Graphite Integrations
GitHub, Slack, Heroku, Sentry, and Grafana are some of the popular tools that integrate with Hosted Graphite. Here's a list of all 18 tools that integrate with Hosted Graphite.
Hosted Graphite's Features
- Dashboards- Standard Graphite and Tasseo dashboards out of the box
- Account Sharing- Allow team members to customise graphs and dashboards
- Access Keys- Export data to external monitoring systems, dashboards and alerting systems
- Language Agnostic- Wide availability of plugins, sample code, and client libraries including Ruby, Python, PHP, .NET and Java
- Hosted StatsD- Timing, gauges, and sampling - the measurement daemon of giants
- High Resolution Data Collection- Real-time views of your systems
Hosted Graphite Alternatives & Comparisons
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