Enterprise-Grade Cloud Monitoring & Analytics
Solutions for Every Observability Use Case
Analytics on Full-Stack Metrics
Aria Operations for Applications provides in-depth observability across modern cloud applications and infrastructure with metrics, logs, traces, and event data collected across the entire IT stack.
Insights on App Tracing and Logs
Aria Operations for Applications records full distributed traces of your cloud native applications, correlating it all to metrics and logs within application service maps. Troubleshoot and optimize application performance faster with unified views.
Advanced Alerts Powered by Analytics
Aria Operations for Applications enables DevOps teams to monitor modern, cloud-native applications, microservices, and serverless. With advanced and accurate alerting, powered by AI/analytics and query language, DevOps engineers can define smart, adaptive, multi-threshold alert conditions, eliminating alert storms.
Real-Time Insights into Modern Applications
Aria Operations for Applications delivers instant real-time alerting on anomalies in your production applications, pinpointing the root-cause and reducing mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR).
Full Granularity of All Your Telemetry
Aria Operations for Applications retains full granularity of all your telemetry (1-sec bucket default, sub-1-sec with histograms) as data is archived. No down-sampling preserves 100% data fidelity. Accurately baseline to seasonality and historical trends.
Trusted by the World’s Leading Companies
[Aria Operations for Applications] actively partnered with us, seamlessly growing our monitoring capability by 300% ahead of a major new game release. We were able to utilize [Aria Operations for Applications] to perfectly inform us where we hit a snag, and visualize data to prove a successful fix.
The [Aria Operations for Applications] platform provides unparalleled visibility across all our cloud microservices helping hundreds of developers become more productive focusing on innovation, while enabling 8x8 to deliver exceptional SLAs and eliminate any issues with our cloud services.
[Aria Operations for Applications] has made a huge impact in helping us identify and reduce production performance issues. Our operations team starts their day checking [Aria Operations for Applications], and uses its analytics all day long to help meet our customers SLA. It’s an awesome product.
[Aria Operations for Applications]’s powerful query language allows us to easily visualize and debug our time series data. Its well-tuned alerting helps us lower MTTD. Our engineers customize their own metrics to fully monitor their system’s health and performance.
[Aria Operations for Applications] is the enterprise-wide monitoring platform used by hundreds of engineers across Workday’s ops and dev teams. With its unique analytics built on top of a common repository of full-stack operational data, [Aria Operations for Applications] enables better team collaboration and data-driven system improvements.
Frequently Asked Questions
We have a simple and flexible pay-as-you-go model. Our consumption-based pricing is based on the rate at which you send metric data to Aria Operations for Applications during the course of each month. This gives you the flexibility to start with any size application you want and scale up/down as needed. It’s not dependent on number of hosts or the number of users. It’s highly suited for cloud-optimized, container-based, dynamic environment.
Yes! The free Aria Operations for Applications offering is our Wavefront for Spring Boot Starter for developers. You get full application observability, delivered with free metrics, distributed traces, histograms, and span logs. The free offering includes:
- Five days of metrics retention
- Up to 50 points per second (pps) of metrics
- Up to 25 spans per second (sps) of distributed traces, including OpenTracing and Sleuth support
- Up to 10 distributions per second (dps) of histograms (distributions)
- A 30-day free trial invitation for full-featured Aria Operations for Applications
Learn how to get started at https://docs.wavefront.com/wavefront_springboot.html
Talk to us. We have a lot of experience with different customers and applications and can help you estimate your costs. The Aria Operations for Applications pricing starts at $1.50 per data point per second (pps) monthly. To give you an idea, a typical host configuration that is sending 100 metrics every 10 seconds would cost $15 per host per month.
The estimate is based on using Telegraf agent (one of many collection methods) to send data to Aria Operations for Applications. It provides comprehensive infrastructure metrics at up to 1 second resolution, with extra capacity for application and custom metrics. Your actual price may be lower based on quantity and frequency of metrics, and applicable volume discounts.
No, you don’t pay any storage costs for your data.
We understand that you may occasionally have peaks and bursts of data that are not typical–and we don’t want to unfairly charge you for those. We measure the rate that is used for pricing as the 95th percentile of the one-hour averages of data rates for the month. This provides you with a no-cost buffer for occasional peaks and bursts.
Aria Operations for Applications supports metrics, traces, histogrms, span logs, and event data. Standard metrics and custom metrics are the same price. We have many customers who send us a combination of typical system metrics, application metrics (standard and custom), and even custom business metrics. For pricing details, please contact us.
Yes, you have complete control over how much data is sent to Aria Operations for Applications and what that data is.
VMware Aria Operations for Applications ingests, analyzes, and visualizes data from all application delivery phases. As such, it’s fully integrated within the VMware Tanzu family with OOTB integrations with Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, Tanzu Mission Control, Tanzu Application Service, Spring, and VMware Application Catalog. Also, Tanzu for Kubernetes Operations features Aria Operations for Applications.
No. We don’t care where that data comes from. You can have as many or as few data collection agents (and integrations) as you like.