With EC2 tag support, you can now see user friendly names for your hosts throughout the Dripstat dashboard.
Introducing AWS EC2 Tag support
Introducing the new Dripstat Server Monitoring
The next gen Server Monitoring from Dripstat is here with 2 second metric resolution. See it as it happens!
Introducing 2 second metric resolution in Dripstat
We are pushing the limits of realtime observability with today's introduction of 2-second resolution metrics in Dripstat.
Zoom into chart data for Kubernetes
When looking at Kubernetes charts, now you can zoom into your data by just clicking and dragging across the charts.
Support reading from secure port for Kubernetes Monitoring
If you were running into troubles installing Dripstat Kubernetes Monitoring agent on AWS EKS or Rancher deployments, this should fix it.
Color coding for Pod and Container Status
When viewing a Pod or Container, the status values are now color coded to help you easily decipher their status.
Introducing 24 hour Metrics for Kubernetes
We are extending Kubernetes metrics from 5 mins to 24 hours for everyone!
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Introducing detailed view of Kubernetes Deployments and Workloads
Starting today, you can now view detailed metrics and state of each individual Kubernetes Deployment, Daemonset or Statefulset.
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Introducing Detailed info for individual Kubernetes Entities
Now you can see detailed data for individual Pods, Containers and Nodes in your Kubernetes cluster
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Introducing 'Group By' for Kubernetes Monitoring
Now you can group and breakdown your Kubernetes metrics. Its how you always wanted to see your Kubernetes metrics, but never before could!