Epsagon Documentation

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What is Epsagon

Welcome to the Epsagon documentation. Epsagon is a platform that allows you to monitor and troubleshoot issues in microservice environments faster. It's designed to make Dev and Ops teams more efficient by identifying problems, correlating data, and finding root causes.

Monitor Your Environments

Epsagon makes it easy to monitor your cloud services, container orchestrators (Kubernetes and AWS ECS), and serverless functions. Monitor the CPU utilization and memory utilization of your containers and services, and the duration and cold-starts of your serverless functions, among other metrics.

Monitor Application Performance

Epsagon shows you the health status of your architecture and gives you visibility into services dependencies. Get alert notifications for exceptions, timeouts, and custom applicative metrics you define critical to your app.

Troubleshoot Issues Fast

When it comes to identifying symptoms and digging into service calls, Epsagon automatically captures a full distributed trace end-to-end, including the payloads sent along the route. Epsagon also correlates metrics and logs so that you have everything at your disposal when troubleshooting issues.

How does Epsagon work?

Epsagon integrates with your architecture in multiple ways:

  • Epsagon integrates with your AWS account by deploying a CloudFormation stack. The integration introduces cloud metrics, events, and log queries. Learn More
  • Epsagon integrates with your Kubernetes cluster by creating a ServiceAccount. This integration introduces Kubernetes metrics, events, and log queries. Learn More
  • Epsagon integrates with your containers and serverless functions runtime environments via the Epsagon library. This integration enables distributed tracing, payload visibility, application metrics, and service map generation. Learn more

Getting Started

To get you started, you might find some of these links helpful:

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