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Heartbeat Cloud Foundry monitoring solution

Yield best-in-class stability, durability, and availability with a pure-play Cloud Foundry monitoring solution at the heart of your deployment.

Heartbeat is a full-stack monitoring tool built specifically for Cloud Foundry. Combining data visualization, alerting and metrics logging capabilities, it provides everything you need to measure the state of your Cloud Foundry deployment, from VMs to applications, after the fashion of Cloud Foundry.

The Ultimate Cloud Foundry Monitoring Functionality

Heartbeat is designed by hardened Cloud Foundry engineers at Altoros, and comes from years of experience with the platform. As such, it is posed to address all the Cloud Foundry monitoring goals and headaches you could—and even couldn’t—think about.

Metrics
A single tool to manage all system and application metrics on Cloud Foundry. There is no additional configuration required—start monitoring with Heartbeat right away, and store metrics for however long you need them.
Dashboards
Set out with predefined, easily configurable data visualization panels, and carry on creating your own dashboards for general overviews or close-ups to get all metrics you care about most in one place.
Alerts
Set up alerts for each dashboard panel and get only valid notifications to immediately act upon. Configure the frequency of evaluating alert rules, define thresholds, and set conditions that trigger Slack, email, or webhook notifications.
Complete Visibility into the state of your Cloud Foundry Deployment
laaS-level monitoring
View the full set of metrics from the BOSH Director and the virtual machines created and deployed by it (CPU, memory usage, IO, network, VM states, and more), regardless of the underlying infrastructure (AWS, OpenStack, vSphere, GCE).
Cloud Foundry components
The solution collects metrics emitted by all Cloud Foundry components, as well as the metrics coming from other components used by your Cloud Foundry deployment (e.g., Postgres, Nginx, etcd), enabling detailed overview of each.
Third-party services
The solution also collects metrics from a set of third-party services your applications rely on, such as databases, message queues, and caches. For services that are not supported out-of-the-box, custom solutions can be added.
Applications

End-to-end application monitoring at runtime:

  • Standard metrics (CPU, memory, disk usage, and more)
  • Arbitrary metrics (gauges, counters, timings, and sets)
  • HTTP-specific metrics (requests per second, status codes, error rates, and more).
Available Cloud-Native Platforms
Supported Cloud Foundry Components
Diego
CF UAA
GoRouter
Consul
etcd
HAProxy
PostgreSQL
MySQL
CF API
Services Supported Out-of-the-Box
Missing any features or services? We can add it to Heartbeat.
Application Monitoring
Sparked by Cloud Foundry, for Cloud Foundry
Single Sign-On
The solution uses Cloud Foundry’s User Account and Authentication (UAA) service to control access to apps and resources based on user roles and rights within the platform.
Multitenancy
Multitenancy is implemented according to Cloud Foundry UAA roles. Dedicated shares of the solution are deployed to different spaces to collect metrics from the apps and services within them.
Deployment with BOSH
Similarly to Cloud Foundry, all solution components are deployed and managed with BOSH. Also, a set of BOSH manifest snippets are available as predefined configurations.
Integration with ELK
Built-in integration with the ELK log analysis stack enables developers and operators to trace detected deviations and anomalies back to their origin right from the monitoring dashboard.
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