Full observability for your code and applications
Stackdriver aggregates metrics, logs, and events from infrastructure, giving developers and operators a rich set of observable signals that speed root-cause analysis and reduce mean time to resolution (MTTR). Stackdriver doesn’t require extensive integration or multiple “panes of glass,” and it won’t lock developers into using a particular cloud provider.
Works with multiple clouds and on-premises infrastructure
Stackdriver is built from the ground up for cloud-powered applications. Whether you’re running on Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, on-premises infrastructure, or with hybrid clouds, Stackdriver combines metrics, logs, and metadata from all of your cloud accounts and projects into a single comprehensive view of your environment, so you can quickly understand service behavior and take action.
Find and fix issues fast
Rich visualization and advanced alerting help you identify issues quickly, even hard-to-diagnose issues like host contention, cloud provider throttling, and degraded hardware. Integration with popular services like PagerDuty and Slack provide for rapid incident response. Integrated logging, tracing, and error reporting enable rapid drill-down and root-cause analysis.
Stackdriver gives you access to logs, metrics, traces, and other signals from your infrastructure platform(s), virtual machines, containers, middleware, and application tier, so that you can track issues all the way from your end user to your backend services and infrastructure. Native support for distributed systems, auto-scaling, ephemeral resources, and application performance management means that your monitoring works seamlessly with your modern architecture.
Native Google integration and more
Native integration with Google Cloud data tools BigQuery, Cloud Pub/Sub, Cloud Storage, AI Platform Notebooks, and out-of-the-box integration with all your other application components.
Stackdriver Debugger connects your application’s production data to your source code by inspecting the state of your application at any code location in production without stopping or slowing down your requests.
Allows you to create alerting policies to notify you when metrics, health check results, and uptime check results meet specified criteria. Integrated with a wide variety of notification channels, including Slack and PagerDuty.
Stackdriver Error Reporting analyzes and aggregates the errors in your cloud applications. Notifies you when new errors are detected.
Stackdriver Trace provides latency sampling and reporting for App Engine, including per-URL statistics and latency distributions.
Discovers cloud resources and application services automatically based on deep integration with Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services. Discovers and maintains relationships between key application components and identifies functional groups and clusters.
Stackdriver Logging provides you with the ability to filter, search, and view logs from your cloud and open source application services. Allows you to define metrics based on log contents that are incorporated into dashboards and alerts. Enables you to export logs to BigQuery, Cloud Storage, and Cloud Pub/Sub.
Stackdriver Monitoring provides endpoint checks to web applications and other internet-accessible services running on your cloud environment. You can configure uptime checks associated with URLs, groups, or resources, such as instances and load balancers.
Provides you with default dashboards for cloud and open source application services. Allows you to define custom dashboards with powerful visualization tools to suit your needs.
Our growing Google Stackdriver integrations and tools to make working with Stackdriver even easier.
Stackdriver Profiler provides continuous profiling of resource consumption in your production applications, helping you identify and eliminate potential performance issues.
Thanks to Stackdriver smart defaults, you can get up and running with core visibility into your cloud platform in under two minutes. As you deploy our open source agents, additional metrics and logs are automatically incorporated into the service.
[Stackdriver] is a quick and easy utility to monitor your app’s performance. Within minutes we had dashboards for compute instances and VPN statistics. An easy-to-use policy-based alert management system helps us notify on call engineers of issues quickly.Ryan Shatford, Frontend & Edge Site Reliability Engineer, Uber Technologies Inc.
For more details, see Stackdriver pricing.
|Feature||Price1||Free allotment per month||Effective date|
|Stackdriver Logging||$0.50/GiB||First 50 GiB/project||July 1, 2018|
|Stackdriver Monitoring data||$0.2580/MiB: 150–100,000 MiB
$0.1510/MiB: 100,000–250,000 MiB
$0.0610/MiB: >250,000 MiB
|All GCP metrics2
Non-GCP metrics: <150MiB
|July 1, 2018|
|Stackdriver Monitoring API calls||$0.01/1,000 API calls||First 1 million API calls||July 1, 2018|
|Stackdriver Trace ingestion||$0.20/million spans||First 2.5 million spans||November 1, 2018|
|Stackdriver Trace scanning||$0.02/million spans||First 25 million spans||November 1, 2018|
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