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3 Service Monitors
1-Day Service Health History
3 Users

Monitoring

  • Shared Synthetic
  • In-App Monitoring

Alerting Channels

  • Slack
  • Teams

Team

$99/mo

With annual contract

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7 Service Monitors
7-Day Service Health History
10 Users
Premium Service Monitors

Monitoring

  • Shared Synthetic
  • In-App Monitoring

Alerting Channels

  • Slack
  • Teams
  • Datadog
  • PagerDuty
  • API & Webhooks

Business

$499/mo

With annual contract

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20 Service Monitors
90-day Day Service Health History
50 Users
Premium Service Monitors

Monitoring

  • Shared Synthetic
  • In-App Monitoring
  • Individual Synthetic

Alerting Channels

  • Slack
  • Teams
  • Datadog
  • PagerDuty
  • API & Webhooks

Advanced Features

  • Custom Service Monitors
  • Reporting & Analytics
  • Crowdsourced Metrics
  • Service Benchmarks

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Unlimited Service Monitors
Extended Service Health History
Unlimited Users
Premium Service Monitors

Monitoring

  • Shared Synthetic
  • In-App Monitoring
  • Individual Synthetic

Alerting Channelso

  • Slack
  • Teams
  • Datadog
  • PagerDuty
  • API & Webhooks

Advanced Features

  • Custom Service Monitors
  • Reporting & Analytics
  • Crowdsourced Metrics
  • Service Benchmarks
  • Premium Support

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Frequently Asked Questions

Service monitors are Metrist’s suite of functional tests of a specific product or capability from a cloud vendor. For example, with AWS Metrist has one service monitor for EC2 and another for S3. Service monitors are defined by Metrist at their own discretion.

Synthetic monitoring refers to the independent scripts (tests) that Metrist uses to evaluate a cloud product’s functionality. Metrist’s tests are continuously exercising the functionality of a cloud product and evaluating the results of those scripted tests to determine product health.

Shared synthetic monitoring offers all Metrist customers access to universal performance and availability using Metrist account credentials. Private synthetic uses the customer’s specific cloud account credentials.

In-app monitoring uses scripts to evaluate performance and availability from the inside of an application, rather than from the outside as is done with synthetic monitoring.

Yes, please contact us at support@metirst.io with the number of services you’d like to monitor and we will provide you with a custom quote.

AWS ECS, AWS EKS, AWS ELB, AWS RDS, AWS Cognito, AWS Kinesis, Azure Active Directory, Azure AKS, Azure App Service, Azure Cosmos DB, GCP App Engine, GCP GKE, Snowflake, and Twilio Video. This list will grow as Metrist adds more service monitors.

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