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OpsLevel

The best way to organize and manage microservices at scale
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What is OpsLevel?

We help customers build a complete, up-to-date catalog of their architectures & drive service maturity through adoption of their eng best practices - making it easier to ship and run great softawre.
OpsLevel is a tool in the Microservice Catalog category of a tech stack.

Who uses OpsLevel?

OpsLevel Integrations

GitHub, Slack, GitLab, Jenkins, and Jira are some of the popular tools that integrate with OpsLevel. Here's a list of all 18 tools that integrate with OpsLevel.

OpsLevel's Features

  • Track every microservice you have running in production and the team responsible for it
  • Links to runbooks, dashboards, and all the tools you need to operate a given microservice at your fingertips
  • Automatically push your recent deploys, config changes, and important operational context (like who's on-call) to Slack when an incident happens
  • Actively measure & improve your microservices' quality & reliability w/ scalable production readiness
  • Dashbaords showing which teams / services are on the golden path & which still need help
  • Run targeted campaigns to quickly close production readiness gaps
  • Browse internal API docs in your service catalog
  • Create new microservices from templates

OpsLevel Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to OpsLevel?
Backstage.io
It is an open platform for building developer portals. Powered by a centralized service catalog, it restores order to your microservices and infrastructure and enables your product teams to ship high-quality code quickly — without compromising autonomy.
Cortex
It helps engineering teams understand and improve their services. By aggregating data from tools like Datadog and Okta, It helps teams understand their architecture at a glance – everything from ownership to runbooks.
Effx
It is the simplest way to navigate and operate your microservices. It provides relief for developers looking for a better understanding of their microservice architectures.
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