Connect your AWS accounts using read-only IAM credentials.
Optionally install our agent on your servers.
Integrate your team’s notification providers like Pagerduty or Slack.
That's it. It takes about 20 minutes and you get hundreds of events automatically monitored out-of-the-box.
Blue Matador automates your monitoring
Our platform is built to find these categories of events
Calendar events can always be planned for, because there is a known date associated with them.
SSL certificate expiring in ACM
Route53 domain is set to expire
EC2’s scheduled events
Outlier events are generated from metrics that don’t match your normal usage by hour, day, and week.
Cloudfront data transferred
System, Steal, and IOWait CPU Usage
Average queue length in EBS
Hard Limit Events
Hard limits can be high (100% full) or low (0 memory), but can always be projected and anticipated.
Disk space full
Kubernetes number of pods
EC2 CPU Credits
Static Threshold Events
Static thresholds measure a known bad state in your infrastructure, regardless of use case.
High normalized load
RDS low memory
ELB percent of 5xx errors
System Status Events
System status events track known bad states, similar to static thresholds, but don’t have an associated metric.
Time drift on servers (NTP)
ELB no healthy hosts
EBS volume status
Config events happen when configuration doesn’t match the recommended values.
SQS max receives
SES Domain DKIM not configured correctly
Kubernetes pods with invalid image
Our pre-built dashboard gives you an instant view of the health status of all your AWS services, out-of-the-box. Great for having on a TV in the office.
Alerts, Warnings, Anomalies
Blue Matador has three notification urgencies: Alerts, Warnings, Anomalies. This hierarchy of notifications reduces alert fatigue by only alerting you to critical issues that need manual intervention now.
System-Wide Timeline View
All of the events in your environment are organized into one timeline. In minutes, you can see all the outliers in your system and identify leads for root cause analysis.
Notifications fit into your workflow
Incident Management Tools
Use tools like PagerDuty, OpsGenie and VictorOps to be notified of the most critical issues