Solve production access problems
Give developers the access they need to troubleshoot application problems without giving them administrator privileges.
Monitor everything about your application from one dashboard. Stop using multiple tools and get more team members involved in application support.
Ensure your user’s positive experience by capturing performance issues as they happen. Identify parts of your code pieces that need performance tuning.
Stackify makes it easy to monitor the key metrics and performance indicators that are relevant to your application and business.
Stackify can aggregate all of your application errors and alert you when a new error or high error rates occur.
Stackify can aggregate all of your application logs together so developers can troubleshoot application problems quickly.
I was trying to find the source of a major app issue, using Stackify within minutes I found the third party service causing it, within few more seconds I've found when things broke, and how badly it affected the users and what will happen tomorrow if I won't fix it fast. Instead of a tedious full day of work it became a simple two minutes task. Stackify paid for itself in that one saved work day.
Scouring the web for centralized logging solutions to use for a Java-based solution I am currently working at. I came across Stackify. Initially it was somewhat down my list of candidates - with much more flashy. But after trying a bunch we ended up with Stackify due to how easy it was to get useful logs into the system. And how well it works with Java out of the box.
My organization has recently embraced DevOps as a testing methodology and we have been searching for a tool that combines server monitoring, application insights, exception logging, and log management into one place. We previously used 3 different tools in our environment, with the development team using one set of tools, and the operations staff using another. After implementing Stackify in our environment, we have been able to use one tool for all of the above. We particularly enjoy being able to correlate errors to logs and to current performance.